Kunstverein Nürnberg

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Milchhof (O.E.Schweizer), where the exhibition rooms of the Kunstverein are situated

The Kunstverein Nürnberg (art association Nuremberg, official name "Kunstverein Nürnberg - Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft e.V.") is a venue for exhibitions of contemporary art. The association was founded in 1792 and is Germany's oldest arts association.[1]

The association's exhibition space is situated in a building designed 1930 by architect Otto Ernst Schweizer, well known for buildings such as the Ernst-Happel-Stadion.

The gallery shows a wide range of international contemporary artistic positions.

Past exhibitions (selection):


  1. ^ [http://www.nuernberg.de/internet/portal_e/kultur/ctz_11402.html text about the Kunstverein on the webpage of the city of Nuremberg
  2. ^ [1]
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Coordinates: 49°26′59″N 11°05′53″E / 49.449714°N 11.098144°E / 49.449714; 11.098144