26.05.19 – 03.11.19

Ernst Gamperl – Dialogue with wood

Ernst Gamperl – Dialogue with wood
Wood is the great passion of the internationally renowned German artist and wood turner Ernst Gamperl. As an artist in wood who often works at the very limit of what is technically feasible, he creates large-scale sculptures.
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MATERIAL ARCHIV

MATERIAL ARCHIV

Please feel free to touch! From glass, metal, wood, paper, plastic and stone to ceramics, colour pigments, textiles and leather – the permanent MATERIAL ARCHIV exhibition is an interactive laboratory for studying materials. It is like a vast, three-dimensional textbook with an online database, some 1,000 specimen materials, experiment tables, video and audio stations and a library, all offering an in-depth yet enjoyable way of finding out about the world of materials. The MATERIAL ARCHIV is thus a fun learning opportunity, as well as a place where interested members of the public, specialists and students of all ages can carry out research and make discoveries.

Permanent exhibition
MATERIAL ARCHIV
Photos: Michael Lio
MATERIAL ARCHIV

Forthcoming exhibitions

Feathers – warmth, seduction, flight
01.12.19 – 01.06.20
PreviewFeathers – warmth, seduction, flight
The “Feathers” exhibition pays homage to this extremely complex keratinous structure, exploring its seductive beauty and multiplicity of shapes. Light is shed on the ingenious versatility of feathers, their use as cultural objects and ...
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Archiv

A backward glance: visit our exhibition archive.

Our archive of temporary exhibitions and special presentations is still under construction and is continuously being updated. All our exhibitions since 1999 are listed in German. Information about exhibitions since 2017 is available in English.

Uhrenmuseum Winterthur

A voyage through six centuries
Photo: Michael Lio

One building, two museums: the Uhrenmuseum Winterthur clock and watch museum is housed under the same roof as the Gewerbemuseum Winterthur. The Kellenberger Clock and Watch Collection and the Oscar Schwank Watch Collection – two superlative collections of international repute – form the core of the permanent exhibition. The multimedia displays feature antique timepieces dating from the 15th to the 20th centuries and are aimed at clock and watch enthusiasts, specialists and the wider public. Themed public tours take place on the last Friday of each month, starting at noon.

Uhrenmuseum Winterthur