Stunning art gallery
Over more than 50 years, the entrepreneur Siegfried Weishaupt and his wife Jutta have built up a top-class collection of modern and contemporary art, which has been open to the public in the newly built private museum since November 2007.
The Weishaupt collection includes incunabula of abstract expressionism - including Mark Rothko and Willem de Kooning - as well as the work complexes of the American pop artists Warhol, Lichtenstein and Wesselmann. Josef Albers and Max Bill as representatives of concrete art as well as positions from zero and op art round off this period on the European side. Current trends in the collection reflect Robert Longo, Liam Gillick and Wolfgang Laib.
On the second floor, group and individual exhibitions are presented in regularly changing constellations, drawing from the rich collection.
While the neighboring Museum Ulm is being extensively renovated, it is hosting works from its wide range of collection, including the Lion Man from the UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the first floor of the kunsthalle weishaupt.
Phone +49 731 161 4360
Tue—Sun: 11 am—5 pm
Adults 8.00 EUR
Reductions 6.00 EUR
Groups 6.00 EUR
free of charge
Children and teenagers up to the age of 18 free of charge