Show all 3 images
The collection of the Bündner Kunstmuseum comprises over 7000 works from all areas of fine art from the 18th century to the present.
A small part of the holdings is permanently exhibited on three floors in the Villa Planta. They are mainly works by Graubünden or Swiss artists. Angelika Kauffmann, Giovanni Segantini, Augusto Giacometti, Giovanni Giacometti, Alberto Giacometti, Ferdinand Hodler, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the representatives of the group "Rot-Blau" and contemporary Graubünden artists such as Matias Spescha, Not Vital, HR Giger, Pascale Wiedemann and Jules Spinatsch are represented with comprehensive groups of works. Media art also occupies a firm place in the presentation of the collection with video installations by Zilla Leutenegger or Gabriela Gerber/Lukas Bardill.
There are also about six exhibitions every year. In addition to presentations by historical and contemporary artists, group exhibitions can also be seen again and again. The collection and the artistic, cultural and geographical environment of the Kunstmuseum constitute an important point of reference for the temporary exhibitions.
Admission adults Fr.
Children and young people (up to 16 years) free Groups of 10
persons or more Fr. 10.- Members of the
Bündner Kunstverein and holders of the Swiss Museum Pass do not pay admission.
Members of the Bündner Kunstverein and holders of the Swiss Museum Pass do not pay admission.
The current opening hours can be found at: https://kunstmuseum.gr.ch/de/
Postplatz, 7000 Chur
Responsible for this content Tourenplaner SCHWEIZ.
This content has been translated automatically.
This website uses technology and content from the Outdooractive platform.