Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Limmatstrasse is within Löwenbräukunst, a former brewery and vibrant contemporary arts complex. The two spaces are home to art exhibitions, events and learning activities which connect with the local community in a unique architectural space.
Our Zurich, Limmatstrasse gallery is currently closed and will reopen with ‘Roni Horn. ‘An Elusive Red Figure…’’ and ‘Cindy Sherman’ on Friday 9 June.
Exhibitions are free to attend. No advance booking necessary.
Our gallery is currently closed
Free entry. No booking necessary.
Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Limmatstrasse has three entrances. The primary entrance is located on Limmatstrasse 270. The lift entrance is located at Limmatstrasse 268 and a further entrance is located in the courtyard of Löwenbräukunst.
By Public Transport
Tram stop Löwenbräu (tram lines 4, 13 or 17).
Visitor parking spaces in the courtyard are available, accessible via Sihlstrasse/Gerstenstrasse.
The lift entrance is located at Limmatstrasse 268. The gallery aims to be as accommodating as possible – if you or member(s) of your group require any special accommodations due to a disability, please contact the gallery in advance of your visit to discuss your requirements.
Do not touch or climb on the artworks.
Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Dogs on leashes are welcome on site.
In 1996, Hauser & Wirth Zürich was launched in the former Löwenbräu brewery building. Along with institutions including the Kunsthalle Zürich and the newly founded Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Hauser & Wirth was a founding member and tenant of what is now an arts complex housing POOL, Westbau and LUMA Foundation, amongst other contemporary art galleries. This was the first of the gallery’s architectural projects developed by Annabelle Selldorf.
The first exhibitions in the Löwenbräu were ‘Malerei aus Deutschland’ including works by Hans Arp, Georg Baselitz, Max Beckmann and Blinky Palermo, ‘Joseph Cornell’ (in collaboration with the artist’s estate and C&M Arts) and a sculpture show including works by Dan Flavin, Lucio Fontana, Alberto Giacometti and Jeff Koons.