HAP Grieshaber im Museum Würth Künzelsau

The exhibition “HAP Grieshaber and the Woodcut” at the Museum Würth in Künzelsau (Photo: Julia Schambeck)

Museum Würth in Künzelsau hosted the “Cantastorie” ­exhibition, which depicted the lush and colorful world of Italian puppeteers and street singers. At the same time, the gallery hosted a traveling exhibition of art from the ice age in the Swabian Alb region. The works of art are among the oldest in the world and have been granted Unesco World Heritage status. Under the title of “All Sorts of Discoveries – Insights into the Carmen Würth Collection”, ­Carmen Würth’s art collection was then presented to public for the first time. This was followed by the exhibition “HAP Grieshaber and the Woodcut”. The artist from Baden-Württemberg is one of the most influential and ideosyncratic woodcutters of his time and continues to enjoy a large fan base. The exhibition features works from all stages of Gries­haber’s career, including many pieces that were added to the Würth Collection early on. Guided tours, festivals and other events at the Museum Würth were used to maintain dialog with the museum’s visitors.