PEAC Museum

PEAC Museum

A vibrant exhibition venue for contemporary art in Freiburg

As early as 1997, visitors interested in art were able to visit the first exhibitions of contemporary art at the headquarters of the Alexander Bürkle electrical wholesale and technology service provider, which is run by the third generation of the Ege family, in the industrial area of northern Freiburg. The exhibition rooms, which opened in 2004 on the company premises under the name “Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle”, extend over 1,000 square meters and have made a museum presentation of the Paul Ege Art Collection (PEAC) possible. Since fall 2019, the former Kunstraum has been operating under the name PEAC Museum. In regularly changing exhibitions, we present works from the collection as well as projects by contemporary artists, who work on issues and themes related to the collection.

Nine bright and serene exhibition halls are accessible to the public for free, as well as our extensive accompanying program ranging from regularly offered guided tours and workshops to lectures and concerts - we warmly invite you to visit! PEAC Museum sees itself as a lively place of cultural education and exchange, where art is conveyed in a vivid, hands-on and experiential way.

The PEAC Museum is open to the public on the following days:
Tuesday–Friday from 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sundays and holidays from 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Admission is free.

PEAC Entrance

From Albers to Zoderer—the PEAC Library

In parallel to the development of the collection, the library housed in the rooms of PEAC Museum has grown to approximately 6000 titles dedicated to modern and contemporary art. These mainly comprise monographs on artists, but also exhibition catalogs and specialist publications. The volumes are available in the reference library during the museum’s opening hours. The Ege Kunst- und Kulturstiftung is working on the cataloguing of the holdings. We are already happy to provide information relating to search inquiries.

Bibliothek 03