General Information

A multifaceted programme ensures quality in the relations between the public and the artwork, featuring both solo exhibitions and thematic group shows, which is accompanied by an events programme of comprehensive scope: The series “An Art Day’s Night” on Thursday evenings at 6pm provides a programme of artist talks, panel discussions, lectures, catalogue presentations, performances, concerts and general debate on and about art.


Thu - Su  10am - 6pm

Thursday 10am - 8pm

Mo           closed



General: 4€

Reduced: 3€ (Seniors, Ö1 Club members, Der Standard - subscribers)

Reduced: 2€ (Pupils, students, civilian or military service, unemployed, groups of 10 persons or more)

Year pass: 10€ (8€ reduced)

Guided Tours:

Free admission for groups of 10 or more people after Pre- registration

Free Admission:

Artists, Kulturpass members, year pass members


Getting There

Graz and the surrounding area

Graz can be introduced quickly: epicurean capital, the town of red roofs and of the clock tower with its varied history. Baroque buildings, idyllic courtyards and futuristic art, such as the Kunsthaus gallery on the River Mur and the Murschnecke (Mur Snail), the steel café in the middle of Styria's main river. It is a meeting point for art and culture, the southern flair for modern living and enjoyable experiences - welcome!



Künstlerhaus - Halle für Kunst und Medien


The Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM–), which was reopened and newly positioned in the year 2013 following extensive renovation work, shows the contemporary art of present-day international currents in which outstanding Styrian artists are involved.

Preview 2017:

Monika Zawadzki Der Keller

11 03 2017 – 11 06 2017

Opening: 10 03 2017 6:00 pm

Monika Zawadzki (*1977 Warsaw) creates sculptures, wall paintings and videos using simplification displaying an economy of form. But her openly socially engaged art practice has a meaningful and profound content. The main topic of Zawadzki’s works is the functioning of individuals and groups within ethical, biological and political orders.

The starting point for the “Der Keller” exhibition became a “down to earth” venue, located in the basement of the Künstlerhaus. The shame of mankind resonates in all her selected works. Zawadzki easily rejects anthropocentrism and argues that the most important thing is to achieve harmonious agreement between animate and inanimate matter. This first solo survey show of Monika Zawadzki outside Poland, features new commissions, as well as abstract and figurative works realized over the last ten years.

04 02 2017 – 02 04 2017

Maja Vukoje fuels 'n' frumps

Maja Vukoje’s (*1969 Düsseldorf) paintings are based on her exploration of political themes such as post-colonialism, gender, and pop culture. Vukoje’s approach is founded on more than just her own migrant experience—she also travels to specific places in order to examine certain cultural phenomena. She then takes the resulting mixture of realities and translates them into a complex, yet easily accessible visual language.

For her latest works, she’s chosen a rather analytical approach toward the process of questioning representation. With its subject of the “Vogelscheuche” (Paul Klee, 1935; “scarecrow"), the exhibition’s title metaphorically alludes to traditional genre depictions of bodies and the objects surrounding them, while the artist—in these politically confusing times—presents for debate their internal states, materials, and the forces that drive and fuel them. 


Künstlerhaus - Halle für Kunst und Medien

Burgring 2
8010 Graz



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