Graubünden Art Museum

Chur

Chur

Chur

Bergell

Bergell

Lürlibad

Lürlibad

Chur - Schweiz, Graubünden

Chur - Schweiz, Graubünden

Chur - Brambrüesch 2

Chur - Brambrüesch 2

Chur Mittenberg

Chur Mittenberg

Chur Altstadt

Chur Altstadt

Fontana

Fontana

Alpenstadt Chur

Alpenstadt Chur

Bahnhof Chur - Graubünden, Schweiz

Bahnhof Chur - Graubünden, Schweiz

Villa Planta was named after the builder Jacques Ambrosius von Planta and was built by the architect Johannes Ludwig as a private residence between 1874 and 1975. It later became the Administrative Office of the Rhaetian Railroad; since 1919 it has served as the Graubünden Art Museum.

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The collection now comprises some 6,000 works from all areas of the visual arts from the mid-18th century to the present. Part of the collection is on permanent display at the Villa Planta. It primarily features works by Graubünden and Swiss artists.

With extensive work groups, Angelika Kauffmann, Giovanni Segantini, Augusto Giacometti, Giovanni Giacometti, Alberto Giacometti, Ferdinand Hodler, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the representatives of the Rot-Blau group and contemporary Graubünden artists such as Matias Spescha, Not Vital, Elisabeth Arpagaus and Pascale Wiedemann are represented. Some six exhibitions are held each year in the Sulser building.

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