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Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche

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Jesuit Church Art Gallery: Special exhibitions on the art of Classical Modernism and the present day

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Special exhibitions on the art of classical Modernism and the present day

Since 1990, the Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche has been Aschaffenburg’s exhibition space for works of Classical Modernism and established movements in contemporary art.

  • Exhibition 2020: Tim Otto Roth - Logical Fantasies
    Inspired by Christian Schad's work Tim Otto Roth concept artist, composer and researcher into the phenomenon of shadows transforms the Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche into a total work of art:

    an organic dot pattern renders the tiled floor a walkable ornament, breathtaking shadow projections circulate in the vaults of what used to be a baroque church with Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit playing, and the sounds of a water organ sculpture permeate the church room. The spatial effect of dancing shadows and »spatial figurines« rethinks the »Schadograph« in the new millennium.

    The exhibition is extended until August 16, 2020

    Tim Otto Roth, Scarbo pirouettant, 2019 © Museen der Stadt Aschaffenburg/Tim Otto Roth, photographer: Stefan Stark PhotoProduction
  •  Innenansicht Kunsthalle Jesuitenkirche (Foto Wiedemann)
    The exhibitionroom
    Today, the deconsecrated sacred space with its stucco decoration offers a striking atmosphere for exhibiting modern art.
  • Experience more ...
    In addition to scheduled guided tours, the Aschaffenburg Tour Guide Network offers you guided tours by appointment.



Pfaffengasse 26
63739 Aschaffenburg


Opening hours

reopening on Mai 12, 2020

tuesday 10am–8pm
closed on mondays

Admission Prices

5 euros
3,50 euros reduced


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