The Seligmann Center at the Vision Hudson Valley is located on the 50-acre rural homestead of Swiss-American Surrealist Kurt Seligmann (1900-1962) and his wife Arlette (Wildenstein Paraf) Seligmann (1906-1992). The Seligmann Center celebrates the artistic and intellectual legacy of Kurt Seligmann, honoring the history of this special place, and presenting contemporary work by emerging and established artists.
The Seligmann Center honors the Seligmanns’ legacy and welcomes the new, presenting contemporary work that enriches, challenges, and connects.
Learn more about the artist by downloading The Life and Work of Kurt Seligmann by Stephen Robeson Miller.
To inquire about rental of the studio or gallery on grounds for exhibits or other events, please contact us / see the event venue page. We offer discounted rates for non-profit/educational uses, and Vision Hudson Valley members can receive discounted rental rates.