The "Hallen für Neue Kunst" (New Art) in Schaffhausen has been the leading museum for European and American art development since 1965. Since 1984 displayed on 5,500 m² permanent spacious installations in an exemplary presentation. The pioneers of Minimal Art and Arte Povera are represented here with incomparable groups of main works.Experience the New Art by Ryman and Mangold as well as the exceptional group of main works by Bruce Nauman in a unique atmosphere. In the centre of the "Hallen" is the sculpture "The Chapter Space 1970- 1977" by Joseph Beuys. The "Hallen für Neue Kunst" was initiated by Raussmüller. Urs Raussmüller - an artist himself - is responsible for the conception, reconstruction, choice of works, and building of the "Hallen für Neue Kunst". The Raussmüller collection and other personal lenders provide works of art on a long-term basis.The town of Schaffhausen entrusted the building to the operating company. Equipped and organised by the artists, the "Hallen für Neue Kunst" has attained today the significance of an "Artistic Manifesto". With the successful combination of art and architecture it has become a model for international museums. PriceRegular CHF 14, reduced CHF 8Children under 12 years for freeFamily ticketsA: 2 adults + max 4 children CHF 30B: 1 adult + max 4 children CHF 20Combi Ticket Hallen für Neue Kunst/Museum zu Allerheiligen:Regular CHF 20, reduced CHF 12
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