Häusler Contemporary was established by Wolfgang and Christa Häusler in Bregenz in 1989 and has been growing ever since, with spaces in Switzerland, Germany and most recently Austria. The Häuslers specialize in contemporary conceptual art, working with advisors, collectors, curators and art-lovers from across the globe to promote emerging and established artists. Alongside its rich exhibition program, Häusler Contemporary publishes books on its artists, including James Turrell, Keith Sonnier, Hamish Fulton and Craig Yu. Häusler Contemporary Munich is the gallery’s longest standing exhibition space, opening in 1992 when the Häuslers moved their activities over from Bregenz. To continue expanding their rich program, they opened a second gallery space in Zurich in 2007, and a third space in the modernist 2226 Lustenau building in Austria in 2013.