Corporate Structure

Corporate Structure

The Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen is supported by a non-profit association.

Sol LeWitt und Charlotte Posenenske View at the collection with works by Sol LeWitt and Charlotte Posenenske.
Photo Thomas Kellner
Thomas Struth, Paradiese Thomas Struth, Paradises, 1998/99
© Thomas Struth, courtesy Rheingold Collection. Photo Thomas Kellner

The members of the association are:

Board of Support Association:

Representative of the P.-P.-Rubens Foundation (Winfried Schwarz, lawyer)
Head of the Department of Culture of the City of Siegen (Babette Bammann)
Holder of the chair for art history at the University of Siegen (Prof. Dr. Joseph Imorde)


Members:

The City of Siegen, The Peter-Paul-Rubens Foundation, District of Siegen-Wittgenstein, University of Siegen, Sparkasse Siegen, Kunstverein Siegen, Chamber of Industry & Commerce Siegen, Society for City Marketing


Special Member:

 Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Münster / Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL)


The
Peter Paul Rubens-Foundation, the University of Siegen and the City of Siegen play important roles in the museum's structure.

 

The Peter Paul Rubens-Foundation

The Peter-Paul-Rubens Foundation was founded in June 1997. Its aim is to promote and advance art, cultural life, science, and research. It sees its main task as helping to maintain operations at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen. In addition, the Peter-Paul-Rubens Foundation administers the Lambrecht-Schadeberg Collection / Laureates of the City of Siegen’s Rubens Prize, which it permanently makes available as lender to the Museum.

University of Siegen

A cooperation contract between the museum and the University of Siegen was concluded in 1999, establishing common ground for mutual efforts in the fields of research, education, and museum practice.

The partnership builds on close ties to the art history/art pedagogic and media science faculties as well as to several interdisciplinary research groups and university institutions such as the special research group Media Upheavals or the post graduate program on intermediality. Especially for students of art history, art pedagogic, and media aesthetics getting to know the museum is a central, practically oriented component of their college education.

 


Opening hours

Daily
Thursday
Monday
Open on holidays

11 - 6
11 - 8
closed


Admission

Adults
Reduced

5.90 €
4.60 €

all prices ››

Information

Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen
Unteres Schloss 1
57072 Siegen

Phone:
+49 (0) 271 405 77 0
Fax:
+49 (0) 271 405 77 32
E-Mail:
info@mgk-siegen.de


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