Art, culture and town history under one roof sponsored by the Werner Deschauer Foundation in Geisa
Discover important works by world-renowned artists such as Salvador Dalí, Gabriele Münter, Otto Piene or Marc Chagall.
City Museum and Life Stories
Discover the most influential personalities and exhibits from Geisa's 1200-year history.
The ANNELIESE DESCHAUER Gallery is a place of gathering and encounter - among other things at events, vernissages, special exhibitions or workshops.
Werner Deschauer Foundation
The Werner Deschauer Foundation was founded in 1998. It supports a wide variety of projects for the benefit of the town of Geisa and its citizens, such as the ANNELIESE DESCHAUER Gallery.
Geisa's newest cultural venue:
The ANNELIESE DESCHAUER Gallery
The ANNELIESE DESCHAUER Gallery is Geisa’s newest cultural venue and the newest offering for visitors to the city. In the Rhön Biosphere Reserve, the land of open distances, the gallery opens up new vistas and creates space for diverse inspiration. The futuristic-looking cube was presented to the town of Geisa by Werner and Anneliese Deschauer in 2018.
On the first floor, works of art from the collection of Anneliese Deschauer are on display. Among them are works by important artists such as Gabriele Münter, Marc Chagall and Salvador Dalí.
In addition, changing special exhibitions and events on exciting topics from art, culture and science invite visitors.
The studio in the basement offers adults and children the opportunity to become artistically active themselves through the Förderverein Kunst, Kultur und Wissenschaft Geisa e.V..
The exhibition on the upper floor provides insights into selected Geisa life stories. It presents the life and work of famous and lesser-known Geisa residents. Amazing exhibits from Geisa’s 1200-year history await you in the city museum.
Why a visit to our gallery is worthwhile you can also read here.
1. July 2023 - 31. December 2023
17. November 2023 - 13. February 2024
"If you want to paint, you first have to learn to look closely!"
This is how Otmar Alt describes the prerequisites for an artist’s development. In this spirit, the gallery invites visitors to take a close look at works of art and to recognize connections.
A quick look at the gallery
from 6 to 18 years and for severely disabled persons
for 2 adults and all associated children
Visitors of the Point Alpha Memorial receive a 50% discount on admission to the gallery upon presentation of the ticket (within 7 days)
All year round:
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
11 am till 3 pm
Special opening hours:
Additional visit appointments by arrangement
from June to September additionally:
11 am to 4 pm
ANNELIESE DESCHAUER Gallery
Schloßplatz 1+2, 36419 Geisa
The building is largely barrier-free accessible.