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Our field of expertise is antique art from Africa, Australia, Asia, Oceania and America. Our experts and specialists are available with their in-depth knowledge and experience throughout Europe and overseas.

Contact addresses

Head Office
Auction house Zemanek-Münster
Hoerleingasse 3-5
97070 Wurzburg
Germany

P: +49 931 17721
F: +49 931 17736
E:

Opening hours
Monday to Thursday — 10 am until 5 pm
Friday — 10 am until 1 pm
Or by appointment.

 
 

Department USA
Howard Nowes
Ancient Art – Art of Eternity
303 East 81st Street
New York City, NY 10028

P: +1.212.472.5171
F: +1.212.472.5172
E:

 
 

Representative Belgium / The Netherlands
Bren Heymans



P: +49 931 17721
F: +49 931 17736
E:

Contact person

You can reach us by phone +49 931 17721 or send an email directly to the following address.

Karin Zemanek-Münster

Karin Zemanek-Münster

Leadership
Public sworn auctioneer

Ernst Zemanek

Ernst Zemanek

Leadership
Public sworn auctioneer

David Zemanek

David Zemanek

Master Ethnology
Expert for African and Oceanic Art
Public sworn auctioneer for non-European art

Howard Nowes

Howard Nowes

Master History of Art
Expert for Pre-Columbian and Classical Antiquities
Representative USA

Bren Heymans

Bren Heymans

Consultant for Ethnology
Representative Belgium / The Netherlands

Petra Felder, M.A. Kunstgeschichte

Petra Felder

Master History of Art
Public Relations
Editor Catalogue / Website

Sabine Reis

Sabine Reis

Master History of Art
Catalogue editing

Eva Rübig

Eva Rübig

Provenance research
Catalogue editing

Nadine Waldmann

Nadine Waldmann

Master History of Art
Catalogue editing

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Getting there

No matter what direction you come, there is always fast and good connections to Wurzburg. The international airports in Frankfurt and Nuremberg are just over 100 km away, and the business airport Giebelstadt is only 15 minutes away.

Wurzburg is conveniently located intersection of several motorways and the ICE trains stop every hour.

It is always worth a visit and not only for tribal art! World history has left its mark in Wurzburg. More than 1300 years of history are documented. In 1973 Wurzburg was awarded the European Prize for European Understanding and in 1981 its world-famous residence of the Wurzburg prince bishops was included in the UNESCO world cultural heritage list.

 

 

Arriving by plane:

The international airports in Frankfurt and Nuremberg are just over 100 km away; about 1.5 hours drive by car or train.

The business airport Giebelstadt it is only 15 minutes away.

 

Arriving by car:

When coming from Cologne, Frankfurt, Munich or Nuremberg take the A 3

From Basel, Zurich and Stuttgart take the A 81

From Hamburg and Hannover take the A 7

From Dresden and Leipzig take the A 7 / A 71

From Berlin take the A 9 / A 70

 

Arriving by train:

From Wurzburg main station, then either walk for 20 minutes through the historic city centre, or by tram, lines 1, 3, 4, 5 and stop at Neubaustrasse. From there it is only 4 minutes walk.

 

Parking:

Parking in Wurzburg is easy - 3490 parking spaces in 14 car parks and parking lots are located in prime locations. In addition there are parking spaces on both sides of the nearby roads.

Here, you can see online which parking lots are available:

http://www.wuerzburg.de/de/weitere-informationen/uebersicht/verkehr/parken-in-wuerzburg/index.html