The Museum of Concrete Art in the central wing of the former Donaukaserne (Barracks, 18th Century) presents the development of concrete art in a permanent exhibition as well as temporary exhibitions. Most important painters and sculptors of this style are present, including Josef Albers, Max Bill, Richard Paul Lohse, Camille Graeser, Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart, Adolf Fleischmann, Walter Dexel, Günther Fruhtrunk, Heijo Hangen, Jesus Rafael Soto and Carlos Cruz Diez.
The museum was founded around the collection of Professor Eugen Gomringer, which was acquired in 1981 by the municipality of Ingolstadt with the support of the local industry and citizens, and has since grown considerably thanks to numerous loans. The Sculpture Garden, an open-air exhibition of concrete art that is part of the museum, stretches into the town: monumental sculptures by Ben Muthofer, Marcello Morandini, Jochen Scheithauer, Victor Bonato, Diet Sayler, Ulrich Rückriem, Alf Lechner, Gerhard Jäckel and others are arranged around the Glacis. The temporary exhibition rooms - the Galerie am Stadttheater Ingolstadt - regularly present established artists as well as younger representatives of concrete art.
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