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Sun 22 Dec, 11 am – 5 pm: Percentages and Prosecco
lovely things to the Christmas discount in our museum shop


Zurich Art Prize 2019
31 October to 12 January 2020

In 2019, the renowned Zurich Art Prize goes to Leonor Antunes (*1972). The Portuguese artist is known for her large-scale sculptural works. In her works, she draws on the formal language of modernist design objects – especially those designed by women.


100 Years of Bauhaus
31 October to 12 January 2020

To mark the anniversary 100 Years of the Bauhaus, we shine a spotlight on Bauhaus student Roman Clemens (1910–1992), who also became famous in Switzerland as the first stage designer at the Zurich City Theater (today’s Zurich Opera House). There are shown selected paintings from the 1970s and 1980s from our collection.


Becoming a Concrete Artist
31 October to 12 January 2020

Camille Graeser (1892–1980) was part of the innermost circle of Zurich Concretists. The exhibition looks into the question of how this successful furniture and interior designer from Stuttgart developed into one of the main representatives of concrete art in Zurich. This show focuses on the period from the 1930s to the 1950s.


open Tue / Thu–Sun 11 am to 5 pm,
Wed 11 am to 8 pm

How about a delicious warming soup for lunch? Our Museum Café with the series of paintings by Swiss artist Claudia Comte not only encourages visitors to linger, it also invites to enjoy lunch or a carefully selected assortment of beverages. The café offers you free WLAN, daily and weekly newspapers and art magazines.

Otto Piene - 6.2. bis 10.5.2020


Museum Haus Konstruktiv begins its 2020 annual program with a retrospective show on Austrian artist Brigitte Kowanz (b. 1957) and a solo exhibition on German artist Otto Piene (1928–2014). In summer, Mira Schendel (1919–1988) and Oscar Tuazon (b. 1975) each have an exhibition dedicated to them. In the final quarter, we present London-based Argentine artist Amalia Pica (b. 1978) as the thirteenth winner of the renowned Zurich Art Prize. In parallel, we host the first institutional solo exhibition on Belgian artist Léon Wuidar (b. 1938).

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