Our art space is located in the Nestroyhof built by Oskar Marmorek in 1898 in a historically significant and culturally vibrant neighborhood of Vienna’s second municipal district. We feel well embedded in the area’s environment of galleries and studios, in an ambience of avant-garde and local culture, and appreciate the immediate proximity of the Hamakom Theatre.
Though Kunstraum Nestroyhof focuses on contemporary fine art, the space will also be open for performances, readings, films, artist talks, discussions, and symposia, providing room for everything that encourages looking, listening, talking, and thinking. The art venue thus equally offers itself as a discursive space.
We will present our own projects but also collaborate with other artistic and cultural initiatives and hope that our new art space in the historical Nestroyhof adds another interesting facet to the rich diversity of the neighbourhood.