Würth Collection on Tour


The Würth Collection organized 25 exhibitions in its ten European associated galleries. Würth House Rorschach, Switzerland, for example, hosted “Tomi Ungerer—Sketches, Collages and Object Art from the Würth Collection”. The exhibition pays tribute to the oeuvre of the artist, a native of Alsace, who died in 2019 and achieved worldwide fame as a draftsman, painter, illustrator, and author.

Around 350 works were on loan to international museums such as the Prado in Madrid or the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice in 2019, and Berlin State Museums’ Gemäldegalerie has been showing the monumental 25-part installation “The Last Judgement Sculpture” by British artist Sir Anthony Caro since December 2019.

Over 2.3 million visitors encountered eight sculptures from the Würth Collection at the German Horticultural Show in Heilbronn. In Künzelsau, eleven contemporary sculptures are installed in situ, while in Salzburg, sculptures from the Würth Collection inspire citizens and visitors alike in the gardens at Arenberg Palace and in downtown Salzburg.