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Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich

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4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Haus Konstruktiv, the Foundation for Constructive and Concrete Art, was founded by private individuals in 1986. From 1987 to spring 2001 it was located at Seefeldstrasse 317 in the outer Seefeld area of Zurich and was known as the "House for Constructive and Concrete Art".It is now situated in new premises close to the centre of Zurich at Selnaustrasse 25, in a former power station.The foundation promotes "constructive, concrete, and conceptual art and design".
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  • The Museum Haus Konstruktiv is located in a former power station, near the tram stop "Stauffacher" and next to the stop Zürich Selnau (SZU). You can admire works of current artistic constructivist, conceptual and concrete. We were able to enjoy a guided tour. Our guide very well mastered his subject and allowed us to get to know with Dadaism, the subject of the temporary exhibition. I enjoyed this museum because of the good disposition of the rooms and the right lighting. One to two hours of visit are not too much for those who are interested.
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  • Haus Konstruktiv is located just outside the Centre of Zurich. The museum specializes in constructive art and that is not for everyone. There are multiple floors with lots of art reminiscent of variants on the paintings of Mondrian. The entrance was expensive, but that's true for just about all the museums in Zurich and the surrounding area. The museum offers a very bad climate control because it was very nice. The museum looks very chilly with mostly white walls and a concrete stairwell.
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  • This rather original Museum is located not far from the Museum of Ethnography. You can get there daily, except Monday. His visit will cost 16 francs. There are exhibitions of contemporary art, which collect quite a few visitors.
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  • Great exposition, it's really interesting to have the different rooms to really experience the different pieces. Definitely a go to if you like contemporary modern art. There's a small and cozy cafe outside with outdoor seating which is great in summer time. Staff were really nice but they don't speak English.
  • Great exhibition by Sabine Schaschl curated. Only to recommend!
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  • Something for fans of modern art.
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  • Not bad
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