Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop

The Ahrenshoop Kunstkaten is an exhibition and events house managed by the Ahrenshoop tourist office and is one of the oldest galleries in Northern Germany. Throughout the year, visitors enjoy the changing exhibitions about the artists’ colony of Ahrenshoop, the subsequent generations of artists, all the way to the art of the present day.

In 1909, the showroom was opened, designed in the local style by the painters Paul Müller-Kaempff (1861– 1941) and Theobald Schorn (1866–1913). It is one of the oldest galleries in northern Germany. The art cottage or “Kunstkaten” was, however, only able to serve as a meeting place for artists and those interested in art until 1918, and then again from 1946. It has been owned by the municipality since 1993, and is currently operated by the tourist office.
Nature, landscape, sea,  people reflected in art – that is the general theme of the exhibitions. Works from the more than 125-year history of the painters’ colony attract as much interest as contemporary pieces. The rooms are also used year-round for concerts, lectures and other events. In the finest tradition, the showroom contributes significantly to the cultural life of Ahrenshoop.

Admission:
1 €
free admission for children under 18 years

The price are valid upon presentation of the visitor card.

Visitor´s tax
1,50 € vom 1st Oktober to 30th April
2,50 € from 1st May to 30th September

Opening hours:
Tue – Sun 10am – 01pm and 02pm – 06pm

October 2022
Tue – Sun 10am – 13pm and 14pm – 17pm

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Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop

Strandweg 1
18347 Ahrenshoop

Telephone: +49 38220 80308
Fax: +49 38220 80307

kunstkaten@ostseebad-ahrenshoop.de

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Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop, Strandweg 1, 18347 Ahrenshoop

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