Current Exhibitions

Here, you will find an overview of our current and upcoming exhibitions as well as the ZKM's international presentations

For past exhibitions please visit our exhibition archive.

Wed, 10.11.2021 – Sun, 30.01.2022
Cube
Free entry
Sat, 02.10.2021 – Sun, 09.01.2022
Museum Balcony
Free entry
Sat, 01.05.2021 – Sun, 03.04.2022
Atrium 1+2, 2nd floor
Cost: Museum Admission
Sat, 23.05.2020 – Sun, 09.01.2022
Atrium 1+2, ground floor + 1st floor
Cost: Museum Admission
Sat, 23.02.2019 – Sun, 09.01.2022
Atrium 8+9, 1st floor
Cost: Museum Admission
open again from 28.07.21!
Atrium 1+2, 2nd floor
Cost: Museum admission

2G and 2G+ for visiting ZKM

The 2G rule currently applies to visits to exhibitions, guided tours and workshops. For events, 2G+ applies. The proof must be carried on the basis of a QR code via app or in paper form; the yellow vaccination card alone is no longer sufficient. In addition, visitors need an official identification document (identity card or passport) for verification.

The implementation and design of the 2G rule is the responsibility of the federal states. You can read the current regulations here.

Exhibitions worldwide

Thu, 29.04.2021 – Wed, 30.08.2023
Online
Free entry
Wed, 10.11.2021 – Sun, 16.01.2022
Tallinn Art Hall

Online Exhibitions

Thu, 29.04.2021 – Wed, 30.08.2023
Online
Free entry
Thu, 04.11.2021 – Sat, 30.09.2023
Online
Cost: free of charge

Exhibition preview

Sat, 18.12.2021 – Sun, 28.08.2022
Atrium 8+9
Wed, 05.01.2022 – Sun, 13.02.2022
Foyer
Cost: Admission free
Sat, 05.03.2022 – Sun, 10.07.2022
Atrium 8+9, 1st floor
Cost: Museum Admission
Sat, 17.09.2022 – Sun, 05.02.2023
Atrium 2, ground floor + 1st floor
Cost: Museum admission
Sat, 26.11.2022 – Sun, 23.04.2023
Atrium 1+2, 2nd floor
Cost: Museum admission

Our Atriums

The picture shows the site plan of the ZKM

Collections & Research

From painting, sculpture, video art, performance and computer-based works to music – our collection and archives provide you a wide-ranging view of the art and history of the 20th and 21st century!

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