Kunsthalle

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In German-speaking regions, a Kunsthalle or Kunsthaus is a facility that mounts art exhibitions, similar to an art gallery. A Kunsthalle is often operated by a non-profit Kunstverein ("art association"), and has associated artists, symposia, studios and workshops. It is distinguished from an art museum by not having a permanent collection.

The term is translated as taidehalli in Finnish, kunsthall in Norwegian and konsthall in Swedish.[1]

This list contains the exhibition venues, museums, and art societies named a "Kunsthalle".

Examples[edit]

Austria[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Finland[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Helsinki, Helsinki (Helsingin Taidehalli)
  • Kunsthalle Kohta, Helsinki (Kohta Taidehalli)
  • Kunsthalle Turku, Turku (Turun Taidehalli)

France[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

Italy[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Bozen, Bolzano
  • Kunsthalle Meran, Merano

Norway[edit]

  • Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen
  • Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo
  • Kunsthall Stavanger, Stavanger
  • Kunsthall Trondheim, Trondheim

Poland[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Breslau/Wrocław
  • Kunsthalle Danzig/Gdańsk

Romania[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Bega/Timișoara

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

United States[edit]

Other countries[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
  • Kunsthalle Prag/Praha, Czechia
  • Kunsthalle Košice in Košice/Kaschau, Slovakia
  • Kunsthalle Lissabon in Lisbon, Portugal

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Finkel, Jori; Finkel, Jori (2014-10-07). "The Future of the American Kunsthalle". ARTnews.com. Retrieved 2020-07-18.