Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters

Located in Zurich’s historic centre, Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters is a local hub for communities with a bookshop, events program and research activities.

Visit the Bookshop This Winter

Visit our bookshop to explore the full range of Hauser & Wirth Publishers titles. 

The shop is free to attend. No advance booking necessary.

Plan your visit

Tue – Fri 10 am – 6 pm

Sat 10 am – 4 pm

On Foot Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters’s entrance located on Rämistrasse.

By Public Transport  Tram stop Bellevue (tram lines 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 15 and bus lines 912, 916).

Free entry. No booking necessary.

Public street parking is available.

Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters 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.

Dogs on leashes are welcome on site.


Titles from the Hauser and Wirth Publishers program can be found at each of Hauser & Wirth’s galleries and bookshops.

Learning at Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters

Book Donation Program

Hauser & Wirth Publishers annually donates a selection of our most recent publications to a select number of major public institutions, universities, and research libraries around the world. We wish to share our artists’ work, and our gallery’s books, to promote scholarship and allow for further academic study.

Please e-mail for further information.

Library Starter Kit

Hauser & Wirth Publishers offers research libraries, artists residencies, and academic institutions looking to begin or build up their book holdings or libraries a one-off donation of our core titles.

Please e-mail for further information.

Desk & Examination Copies

Examination and desk copies are available by request. Examination copies for instructors seeking to review titles for possible course adoption will be provided as PDFs. Physical desk copies will be provided fee of charge for adopted books.

Please e-mail for further information.


In Your Eyes by Cheryl Johnson-Odim

Cheryl Johnson-Odim, Rashid Johnson’s mother, performs a reading of ‘in your eyes’ from the recently published Cheryl Johnson-Odim & Rashid Johnson: Heart-Turned-Inside-Out Poems (2023).

The Exiled Word

The Zurich-based book collector Martin Dreyfus on barbarity and literature in conversation with Alexander Scrimgeour and Michaela Unterdörfer

About Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters

Opened in June 2019, Hauser and Wirth Publishers’ headquarters in Zurich features a publisher’s bookshop that joined its counterparts in New York and London – shops that serve as local hubs for communities and artists. A multifaceted space, the headquarters functions primarily as a bookshop where visitors can engage with the full range of Hauser & Wirth Publishers titles, as well as a hub for research and scholarship, housing the Zurich component of the imprint’s international editorial team led by Dr. Michaela Unterdörfer, who has helmed Hauser & Wirth Publishers since 2005.

Located at Rämistrasse 5 in the heart of Zurich’s cultural district, Hauser & Wirth Publishers headquarters won the 2020 German Design Award for Retail Architecture. The space occupies the former home of Emil and Emmie Oprecht’s eponymous publishing house and bookstore – both founded in 1925 – and the Europa Verlag imprint, established by the couple in 1933. Specializing in the publication of political writings of emigrant authors living in exile, Europa Verlag collaborated with titans of literature, philosophy, critical theory, and design – including Ernst Bloch and Thomas Mann – many of whom regularly gathered at the publishing house.

The headquarters is surrounded by renowned establishments that include Zürich’s Schauspielhaus, Kunsthaus, Opera House, Kronenhalle, Café Odeon, and Corso, which have hosted an international community of artists and intellectuals, such as Hans Arp and James Joyce, for more than a century. The storied history of the building and its role in the trajectory of publishing makes it a natural fit as the new home of Hauser & Wirth Publishers and continues the gallery’s enduring interest in revitalizing historic architecture, giving a new lease of life to cultural spaces that invigorate surrounding communities.