Currently, the Gasometer Oberhausen is closed due to urgently needed renovation work. The next exhibtion will open soon.
We look forward to seeing you again.
Comming up soon: "The Fragile Paradiese"
The first exhibition after the extensive renovation of the Gasometer shows from October 1st 2021.the beauty of nature and the influence of man on his environment. "The Fragile Paradise" takes visitors on a visually stunning journey through the turbulent climatic history of our earth and shows in impressive, award-winning photographs and videos how the animal and plant world is changing in times of the Anthropocene.
A voucher to paradise
Although the next spectacular exhibition in the Oberhausen Gasometer is not opend jet, gift vouchers for "The Fragile Paradise" are already available.
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25 years exhibition hall, 16 extraordinary exhibitions
The Oberhausen Gasometer can look back on 25 eventful years as Europe's highest exhibition hall with 16 exhibitions and over eight million visitors. Already with the opening of the first exhibition "Fire and Flame" on 22 July 1994, the gigantic gas storage facility made a name for itself as a "cathedral of industrial culture". Many internationally renowned artists have been inspired by the unique spatial experience, including Christo, who used the Gasometer twice for his installations "The Wall" (1999) and "Big Air Package" (2013). The exhibitions "Sternstunden" (2009/10), "Wunder der Natur" (2016/17) and "Der Berg ruft" (2018/19) developed as real crowd pullers. The following video gives a complete overview of all 16 exhibitions of the past 25 years.