Hannoversche Strasse 85
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
The actual railway station was built in 1897 and is still in use and busy. The art association Harburger station, created in 1999 is situated directly inside the railway station, in the impressive premises of the former first class waiting-room with its historical coffered ceiling.
Exhibitions of contemporary art are shown here on approx. 350 m2.
In the first years of its existence the association put the emphasis on
The art association Harburger station pursues its own exhibition concept, that consciously moves the experimental art of the 21. Century into the center of activities. It thereby wants to offer art-lovers the possibility of experiencing an artistic program which derives its continuity from innovation.
It opens artists the chance to investigate new contents and forms beyond the established art business and to represent it to a large public.
admission: 2 Euro
Wed â€“ Sun 14:00 â€“ 18:00 h
Entry in the railraod station platform 3/4
above the stairs to the platforms
motorway A7 exit Hamburg â€“ Harburg
feeder to Harburg â€“ Mitte
follow the street signs 'Bahnhof' where you can park your car
with ICE, other express lines to Harburg Station
tram S3 or S31 in direction Harburg
Museum internal and external photos (1)
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News and events
Since April 2005 the art association has - with the former "signal tower" a second space which is intended primarily for literary and musical events and whose program is arranged since August 2005 by the FÃ¶rderverein Jazzclub Hamburg e.V. (http://www.stellwerk-hamburg.de/)
Editions represent an interesting offer for members and in particular sponsoring members of the art association, because it enables them to acquire exclusive works of art at an unique price in a small edition. The editions are limited, numbered and signed - reproductions of exclusive works provided specially by artists close to our association.
These editions are offered first to the sponsoring members, then to the members and consequently put up for public sale.
Revue#1 â€” Version II/b
a Vaudeville by Armin Chodzinski
in collaboration with the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
can be ordered directly through the
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof e.V.
Hannoversche StraÃŸe 85
or in libraries:
Â© 2007 Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof e.V., artist, author