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Alfred Kubin | © Salzburg Museum

Alfred Kubin - his traces in Salzburg

This exhibition is dedicated to the biographical and artistic links between Alfred Kubin and Salzburg. It is being shown in the Kunsthalle at Salzburg Museum.

About the exhibition

This exhibition at Salzburg Museum focuses on the relationship between Alfred Kubin and Salzburg. On display are around 100 works by this Austrian artist. The pieces originate from the extensive Kubin collection held by the Upper Austrian State Museum.

This is actually only the kick-off of an exhibition series entitled “Noble Guests”. Within the scope of this major project, Salzburg Museum will collaborate with important domestic and international art collections to present the art history of Salzburg.

About the artist Alfred Kubin

The artist was born in Litoměřice, North Bohemia, in 1877. He spent extended parts of his childhood and youth in Salzburg. Afterwards, his artistic career led him to Munich. In 1906, he moved to Zwickledt in Upper Austria, where he died in August 1959. His life was characterized by over five decades of intensive creativity, both as a sketch artist and illustrator.

Exhibition Hours
  • Tuesday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm


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