SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen is an exceptional art museum in Sindelfingen, Germany, offering an immersive contemporary art experience in the spacious ambience of a former industrial hall. Since its opening in June 2010, the museum has become a prominent destination for contemporary art in Southern Germany. It owes its inception to the impressive private collection of Peter Schaufler and Christiane Schaufler-Münch, which comprises over 3,500 works, including early acquisitions from the ZERO movement and its pioneers like Lucio Fontana. The collection's emphasis on reduction and clarity is evident throughout the museum.
Visitors to SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen can expect to encounter significant names in contemporary art, such as Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Katharina Grosse, and Anish Kapoor. The museum also boasts a robust photography section with works from renowned artists like Andreas Gursky and Wolfgang Tillmans.
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