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Kunsthalle Krems is the international exhibition center for modern and contemporary art in Lower Austria. Its program features art after 1945 with a special focus on contemporary artistic production. The Kunsthalle Krems is an institution that...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Franz-Zeller-Platz 3, Krems an der Donau 3500, Austria
I saw a poster in Krems about the museum and the reason I decided to go was the Picasso Sylvette exhibit! The whole exhibition was great and worth of the time and money! Also the works of Eva Schlegel who I didn't know before my...More
As contemporary exhibitions this one was one of the best that we have seen. Often one goes to these and from a very personal prospective we leave with discussions points but also having not seen much we really liked. For our taste this one was...More
This is comfortably located close to the doc,s and they have very creative places to enjoy drinks and local wine products. The food is presented in an excellent way. wine products local cuisine is not. a younger relation to baroque and 12 th century city.
After exhausting exams at Donau University I cleared my mind visiting the hommage to Pipilotti Rist at Kunsthalle Krems. I was flooded by pictures of this great video artist and enjoyed letting very different impressions into my mind.
Kunsthalle Krems is always worth to visit...More
A modern concrete structure within an old factory building is a very interesting experience. There is plenty of space for nice exhibitions. Whether you like an exhibition depends on the individual artist and the curator of the exhibition.
Typically you would buy a combined ticket...More
This museum does not have a permanent exhibition, so you have pot luck approach. On our visit there were two exhibitions - modernist and surrealist, and a screening of Un Chien Andalou which we have seen many times (OK, always fun to see it again)....More
It had a broad range of exhibits. Some were incredibly interesting. A lot of exhibits were focused on pop-culture and relevant issues. I would have liked for there to be a lot more descriptions in English. I spent at least 2 hours. There are a...More