Permanent exhibition
Volkswagen timeline
The Louwman Museum in The Hague, the Netherlands, has a permanent exhibition highlighting the development of the Volkswagen and honoring the contribution of Josef Ganz. The timeline of cars on display starts with the 1926 Hanomag 2/10 PS Kommissbrot and continues with a 1933 Standard Superior Type 2, 1946 Rapid Swiss Volkswagen, 1943 Volkswagen Type 166 Schimmwagen, 1936 Mercedes-Benz 170H, and 1951 Volkswagen Beetle.

Volkswagen timeline with 1933 Standard Superior and 1946 Rapid at the Louwman Museum


24 April – 11 September 2016
Wolfsburg Unlimited – Eine Stadt als Weltlabor
This exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg included the room installation Nudnik. Forgetting Josef Ganz by Swiss-born artist Rémy Markowitsch. This part of the exhibition included the artworks The Inner Beauty (an enlarged Motor-Kritik cover with an original 1933 Standard Superior chassis), Josef-Ganz-Denkmal monument, PsychomotorFrom the Photo Archive of Josef Ganz (10 x 6 meter large video projection), Mannheim 1933 – Moabit 1933 and KdF 1938 – Silberfisch 1948. All six artworks are part of the permanent collection of Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

Room installation ‘Nudnik. Forgetting Josef Ganz’ by artist Rémy Markowitsch (© Courtesy Galerie Eigen+Art
Foto: Marek Kruszewski)