then, now & here

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Schallaburg Castle is the expression of the Renaissance attitude to life, way of thinking and endeavours. The 2024 exhibition will make this tangible and visible.
Robert Gander, exhibition curator 2024
© Rupert Pessl
13 April to 3 November 2024

then, now & here

The exhibition "RENAISSANCE then, now & here" at Schallaburg Castle in 2024 promises a fascinating journey into the world of the Renaissance. Immerse yourself in a time of extraordinary cultural prosperity, explore previously closed rooms of Schallaburg Castle and let yourself be carried away by the spirit of optimism of the Renaissance. Through thorough research and carefully selected objects, the exhibition offers a modern and sophisticated view of an era that still fascinates today!

    Person mit Handy in der Hand scannt einen QR-Code zum Audio-Guide zur Ausstellung
    © Schallaburg/Maren Waffenschmid
    From the castle to the palace: the cultural jewel is being created

    Construction progress in the 16th century

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    • Die Wälder um die Schallaburg eignen sich für Wanderungen und Spaziergänge. Christoph von Losenstein began remodelling the medieval castle around 1540. Modelled on the imperial residence in Vienna, he had a hall built opposite the residential castle.
    •  Hans Wilhelm von Losenstein continued his father's building work and initially focussed on the design of the courtyards. The arcaded courtyards were built between 1570 and 1580.
    • Blick durch einen steinernen Torbogen auf einen Weg mit Apfelbäumen gesäumt After the Renaissance-style palace was completed, the garden was designed. The cryptoporticus at the end of the garden invites visitors to typical garden parties, while the ballroom and shooting range are used for physical exercise.
    •  At the same time, Hans Wilhelm von Losenstein constructs further buildings for the castle grounds. The Gerichtsstöckl & Jägerstöckl and the Neuschloss were presumably planned especially as utility rooms.
    In 2024, for the first time it will be possible to visit Schallaburg sites that were previously inaccessible.
    Gabriele Rath, exhibition curator 2024
    © Rupert Pessl

    Experience Schallaburg Castle

    There's something for everyone here!
    © Gruppe Gut
    Gain first impressions or watch a few selected contents again?

    Dive in & take a look

    © Gruppe Gut

    Imprint for the exhibition

    © Gruppe Gut

    Concept & curation: Rath & Winkler
    Robert Gander, Claudia Mark, Gabriele Rath, Bruno Winkler
    Design: polar÷architekturbüro
    Margot Fürtsch-Loos, Siegfried Loos
    Exhibition graphics: Fuhrer visual design
    Aleksandra Fuhrer, Stefan Fuhrer
    Didactics: ToiKoi - narrative spaces
    Chiara Riccadi, Xaviera Torres

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