Current Exhibitions & Events

DomQuartier is open
17.05.2014 - 21.06.2015 | All day

Exhibit “Life-Worlds. Baroque Europe” – Residenzgalerie

This exhibit focuses on five major centres of art in Baroque Europe: Italy, France, Holland, the Austrian Netherlands and Austria. More
17.04.2015 - 01.11.2015 | All day

Exhibit “The Paramour’s Clothes” – The Residenzgalerie in the Northern Oratory

The clothes of Jedermann’s (Everyman’s) Paramour have always been objects of great curiosity and attention. The sumptuous textiles are created at the Salzburg Festival’s workshops, documenting a piece of Festival history. More
10.06.2015 - 10.08.2015 | All day

Exhibit “Second Hand. Reused Jewellery on Baroque Monstrances” – Cathedral Museum

It is not rare to find valuable pieces of jewellery used in monstrances, pieces which were donated to the churches. The exhibition unites monstrances, jewellery and portraits of the former wearers of the jewellery. More
10.07.2015 - 01.11.2015 | All day

Exhibit “Seduction. Tempting Beauty – Deadly Attraction” – Residenzgalerie

Exemplary works illuminate seducers and the seduced, as well as the objects of temptation. The often deadly consequence of such passionate encounters is of central importance. More
14.11.2015 - 06.01.2016 | All day

Exhibit “Sumptuous Colours on Parchment. Gothic Illuminated Manuscripts from Salzburg” – Northern Oratory

The Cathedral Museum shows highlights of Gothic illumination from the holdings of the Salzburg University Library in the Northern Oratory. More
19.11.2015 - 07.02.2016 | All day

Christmas Exhibition – Residenzgalerie

Let Christmas and Marian depictions from the collections of Salzburg’s Residenzgalerie ring in Advent and Christmas. More
20.11.2015 - 06.03.2016 | All day

Exhibit “Beyond Veiling. New Interpretations of Baroque Materiality” – Residenzgalerie & State Rooms

The close relationship between art and textiles is demonstrated by the interiors of the State Rooms as well as the Residenzgalerie’s paintings. Students of the Mozarteum present their own textile artworks. More