Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg celebrates 30th anniversary: world-class art at the home of Volkswagen’s headquarters

Rita Werneyer
Rita Werneyer
Volkswagen Group Communications Spokesperson Cultural Communications
A person stands in a modern art installation with bright pink and blue lighting.
In its variable rooms, the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg hosted the world’s largest exhibition of James Turrell’s work to date. Exhibition view James Turrell. The Wolfsburg Project (24.10.2009–5.4.2010) work shown: Bridget's Bardo © James Turrell Photo: Florian Holzherr
  • Volkswagen among the founding partners in 1994
  • Internationally acclaimed exhibitions and collection of contemporary art
  • Partnership with Volkswagen focuses on art mediation
  • Support for rich cultural life in the region around Volkswagen’s Wolfsburg factory

Wolfsburg. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, which the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg is going to celebrate on the upcoming weekend, Volkswagen sends its heartfelt congratulations. When the museum was established shortly after Germany’s reunification, the Volkswagen Group had been part of the major founding partners.

A construction site with a large steel framework depicting the construction of a modern building.
1993 Construction site Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg Photo: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg
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