Kunsthalle Zürich, Foto Anna Maysuk
John Russell: Doggo, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2017, Foto: Annik Wetter
Marianna Simnett: LAB RATS, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2019, Foto: Annik Wetter
Phyllida Barlow: demo, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2016, Foto: Annik Wetter
Ida Ekblad: FRA ÅRE TIL OVN, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2019, Foto: Annik Wetter
The Playground Project, Kunsthalle Zürich, 2016, Foto: Annik Wetter
Georgischer Modernismus: Die Fantastische Taverne , Kunsthalle Zürich, 2016, Foto: Lucas Ziegler

Founded in 1985 and at home in Löwenbräukunst since 1996, Kunsthalle Zürich shows four to five solo or group exhibitions a year. Through temporary exhibitions, publications and a broad-based mediation programme Kunsthalle Zürich documents and generates discussion around national and international contemporary art. Enquiry and experimentation are at the heart of exhibition practice. Contemporary art is thus understood not as an isolated phenomenon but rather as a contextually specific cultural practice. Our aim is to foster curiosity and a delight in contemporary practices and to contribute to current discourse.  

Kunsthalle Zürich

Limmatstrasse 270
8005 Zürich

+41 44 272 15 15

Tram 4/6/13: Löwenbräu

Parking for persons with reduced mobility available in the courtyard of Löwenbräukunstareal
The elevator for wheelchair users is at Limmatstrasse 268.
Should you require assistance, please call: +41 (0)44 272 15 15.

Opening Times

Tuesday: 11–18
Wednesday: 11–18
Thursday: 11–20
Friday: 11–18
Saturday: 11–18
Sunday: 11–18

Public holidays: 11am-6pm
Closed on December 25




CHF 12/8*

Combined ticket with Migros Museum: CHF 20/12*


Free admission every Thursday between 5–8pm

Free admission up to the age of 16, for members and holders of a ZürichCard

Kunsthalle Zürich: Current experiences

  • Digital


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  • Liz Larer: below above

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  • Workshop

    Afternoon for all: Liz Larner

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  • Guided Tour

    Tour of the Liz Larner exhibition

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