The museum belongs to the "Joanneum Quarter" and is also called Museum Joanneum. The Neue Galerie Graz emerged from the division of the collection. The "New Gallery" shows works of art that were created after 1800. The "Old Gallery" is located in Eggenberg Castle. The museum displays paintings, photographs and video art by local and international artists. The entrance to the museum is underground, in a new building designed by the Spanish architects Nieto Sobejano.
If you want to get to know the genesis of Graz, you should visit the Graz Museum. The museum's collection consists of objects, plans, weapons, photographs, documents and other things that are related to the history of the city and illustrate the development of Graz. Current exhibitions illuminate a selected area of Graz's history. The Graz Museum has another branch on the Schlossberg. For current exhibitions, opening times and admission prices see link below.
The lighthouse of the Graz art and culture scene is the exhibition hall for contemporary art, which opened in 2003. The Kunsthaus Graz is also architecturally extraordinary and breaks with all architectural styles in the area. See also architecture Graz. The "blue blob" quickly became the new landmark of Graz. The Kunsthaus Graz does not have its own collection and shows changing exhibitions on various topics of contemporary art. For current exhibitions see link below.
The Grazer Künstlerhaus is an exhibition hall for art and media. The exhibitions show contemporary art by local and international artists. The artist house "Hall for Art and Media" KM Graz is located in the city park east of the city center. The Museum was built in 1952 by the architect Robert Haueisen as a free-standing exhibition hall. Current exhibitions in the Künstlerhaus KM see link.