Grazer Kunstverein

Photo: Christine Winkler. Image courtesy of Grazer Kunstverein.

Palais Trauttmansdorff
Burggasse 4
8010 Graz
Hours: Wednesday–Sunday 12–6pm
T +43 316 834141
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The Grazer Kunstverein is a non-profit, members-based arts organisation located on the ground floor of the historic Palais Trauttmansdorff in the centre of Graz. Founded in 1986, the Grazer Kunstverein has developed a distinctive voice within Austria, and operates in strong dialogue with international developments in contemporary art. Established as a space for artistic production, exhibition-making and mediation, it has always resisted populist influences, instead advocating for the promotion and presentation of qualitative artistic experiments. The history of the institution itself is one of experimentation, risk-taking, and critical discourse and therefore provides the context to rethink the role and function of a Kunstverein within contemporary conditions.


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