The Heidersberger Institute is devoted to the scientific and creative discussion of the life’s work of Heinrich Heidersberger, who became known primarily for his work as an architectural photographer and creator of the Rhythmograms.
Located in the artist’s former studios, the institute is much more than just an archive. Ideas and concepts for artistic projects are developed in a workshop, in order to pick up and further develop aspects of Heidersberger’s complex work. The Heidersberger Institute also works closely with experts in photo technology, photo conservation and photo restoration. Entry is free (except for special events).
In conjunction with the Heidersberger Institute, every year the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg presents the ‘Heidersberger Studio’ series. New findings and aspects from the Heidersberger archive are presented in small presentations.
Heinrich Heidersberger’s life’s work is contextualised in exhibitions with national and international partners. More information is available on our Website: www.heidersberger.de
Information for visitors with disabilities
The Institute is difficult to access for visitors with walking difficulties as the entrance is only accessible via stairs.
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