Kunsthalle Münster

Contemporary art

Kunsthalle Münster

The Kunsthalle Münster has presented national and international contemporary art since its opening in 1991. The institution focusses on current trends and socially relevant themes in alternating exhibitions. It regards itself as a production centre and laboratory. Solo and group exhibitions reflect the world of art on the local, national and international level. The Kunsthalle Münster is a place for experiencing art sensually, but also for engaging in an exchange of ideas and theoretical reflexion. A diversified programme of talks, lectures, guided tours, film screenings, symposia and performances supplements the exhibitions. The Kunsthalle thus promotes and inspires an intensive and controversial debate on contemporary art and topical issues of social interest.

As a part of the Office for Cultural Affairs, the Kunsthalle Münster is not only responsible for the programme at the Hafenweg, but also oversees the works of Münster’s Public Collection.

Moreover, with Residence NRW⁺, a scholarship programme for artists and curators has become affiliated with the Kunsthalle Münster since 2020. The programme is an important enhancement in the promotion of emerging talents and the extension of funding structures in the field of young contemporary art in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Preview of the upcoming exhibitions:

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané
Dog Eye
13.09. – 22.11.2020

Sensing Scale
20.02. – 16.05.2021

Kunsthalle Münster, Hafenweg 28, 5th floor, 48155 Münster
Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 12 – 6 pm

www.kunsthallemuenster.de

Press material

Press photos

Sensing Scale (20.02. – 16.05.2021)

  • Pedro Barateiro, The Opening Monologue, 2018, HD Video, 14:37 Min. (Filmstill). Courtesy the artist
  • Emma Charles, Fragments, 2013, HD Video, 17 Min. (Filmstill) Courtesy the artists
  • Bahar Noorizadeh, After Scarcity, 2018, HD Video, 31:51 Min. (Filmstill) Courtesy the artist

Kunsthalle Münster

  • Kunsthalle Münster
    Foto: Merle Radtke
  • Kunsthalle Münster
    Foto: Hubertus Huvermann
  • Merle Radtke, Direktorin der Kunsthalle Münster
    Foto: Volker Renner