Since 2009, Kunsthalle Schweinfurt has been housed in the impressive rooms of the Ernst Sachs Baths, which were built in the New Objectivity style between 1931 and 1933. In the building where people bathed until 2004, visitors are now provided with an exciting insight into the history of German art of the 20th century. Alongside impressive works by important regional artists, the exhibition also contains loans from world-renowned artists, such as Willi Baumeister.
Joseph Hierling's collection, including works of Expressive Realism from the years between the wars, is particularly worth seeing. Regular special exhibitions and formats such as Galerie2, in which works of young artists or from the warehouse are presented in constant rotation, or the exhibition in the North Wing with the provocative title “Everything is Art?!”, invite you to examine the artistic diversity of the past century and our present day.
On the MuSenTrail through the Kunsthalle, offers such as the listening island or the painting tower await you: listen to exciting background information in a comfortable, screened arm chair or explore the materials, techniques and tools used by the artists. The other offers of the Museum Service MuSe, e.g. themed guided tours and talks or workshops and courses, in which you can be creative yourself, invite you to join in.For opening times and admission prices please visit the original website.