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Atelier Jungwirth

Opernring 12


  • Photogallery
Opening hours

currently by arrangement

Gallery Days 2021:

FRI 3 – 7 p.m.*
SAT 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.*
SUN 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.*

*Exceptions for Artelier Contemporary, kunstGarten, Kunsthaus Graz & Neue Galerie

Contact and Social Media


+43 316/815505


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  • stairs at the entrance

Atelier Jungwirth

A place of work and exhibit

Years ago it used to be a police station, then it was completely renovated and turned into a photo studio. In addition, there is also a gallery at Opernring 12 which is the only private institution in Graz that is dedicated to photography. It is the aim of the studio to show internationally known photographers for the first time in Graz as well as to introduce young and ambitious photo artists. We mainly present artistically and commercially successful photographers.
The selection of them is done subjectively regardless to any current trends.

  • Ausstellung

3/20/2021 - 10/21/2021


Wieder sehen. Wieder erleben.

Last year, Atelier Jungwirth celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Graz Photo Gallery with big names in photography. And a very personal view of it.

For eleven years, Atelier Jungwirth has been a showroom for photography. For names like Paolo Roversi, Véronique Vial, Bruno Bisang or even Greg Gorman, who have captured very special moments and people with their cameras. This place of photographic encounter is filled with the personal highlights of the curators from the past decade.

  • Paolo Roversi, Véronique Vial, Vee Speers, Nick Veasey, Christophe Gilbert, Greg Gorman, Bruno Bisang, Marc Lagrange, Horst Stasny, Peter Mathis, Billy & Hells, Erich Lessing, Kristian Schuller, Matthias Olmeta, Vincent Peters, Arnold Odermatt, Szymon Brodziak, Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, Gabriele Croppi, Nikolaus Walter, Giorgia Fiorio, Jean Michel Fauquet, Donata Wenders, Gregor Sailer, Oliviero Toscani und Christian Jungwirth