Vienna

Vienna comes off very well in international city rankings with a high quality of life and a general feeling of well-being among locals and tourists. Clean streets, low crime-rates, efficient public services, cultural diversity, and a beautiful and varied landscape all make for a quality of life that...

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WOW! The Heidi Horten Collection

16 Feb-29 July. For the first time the private collection of Austrian billionaire Heidi Horten is shown in public, in an exhibition comprising 150 works and spanning 100 years of art history. The show...
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Aesthetics of Change: 150 Years of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

15 Dec-15 April. Vienna's School of Arts and Crafts was established in 1867 at the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, known today as the Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art or MAK, as...
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Vienna 1900: Klimt – Moser – Gerstl – Kokoschka

18 Jan-10 June. The Leopold Museum celebrates Viennese Modernism with a selection of works by two of the movement's main exponents: Gustav Klimt and Koloman Moser, alongside works by pioneering expr...
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Ferdinand Hodler: Elective Affinities from Klimt to Schiele

13 Oct-22 Jan. The Leopold Museum presents Austria's most comprehensive retrospective devoted to Ferdinand Hodler since the artist’s successful showing at the 1904 Secession exhibition. Hodler (185...
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Thomas Bayrle: If It’s Too Long—Make It Longer

25 Oct-2 April. This installation by German artist Thomas Bayrle combines traditional craft techniques with computer-generated art. Born in Berlin in 1937, Bayrle is known for his so-called superfo...
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100 Best Posters: Germany-Austria-Switzerland

18 Oct-25 Feb. The MAK – Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art presents the 100 winning projects of the most popular graphic design competition in the German-speaking world. The winning entries were...
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Anton Kolig

22 Sept-8 Jan. The Leopold Museum celebrates the work of Anton Kolig (1886–1950), an important Austrian painter from the first half of the 20th century.  Kolig's paintings are characterised by lumino...
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Hello Robot

21 June-1 Oct. With the subheading Design between Human and Machine, this comprehensive exhibition examines our relationship with new technology and the opportunities and challenges presented by robot...
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Egon Schiele: Self-Abandonment and Self-Assertion

10 July- 20 Dec. This exhibition at the Leopold Museum displays its collection of works by Austrian painter and leading figure of Austrian Expressionism Egon Schiele (1890-1918). The works are presen...
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Female Images: From Biedermeier to Early Modernism

7 July-18 Sept. The Leopold Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to "female images" including portraits of girls, women and mothers, from youth to old age, as well as female nudes and works created...
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Joannis Avramidis

19 May-4 Sept. The Leopold Museum presents the largest retrospective to date dedicated to important Austrian sculptor Joannis Avramidis (1922–2016), one year after the artist’s death. Avramidis’ s...
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Poussin to David: French Drawings at the Albertina

25 Jan-25 April. The Albertina displays 70 painted drawings and ink studies from France's Baroque and Rococo periods. The exhibition includes works, all from the Albertina collection, by Nicolas P...
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Egon Schiele

22 Feb-18 June. The Albertina marks the upcoming 100th anniversary of the death of Austrian painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918) with an exhibition of his work whose raw sexuality shocked early 20th-centu...
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Film Stills: Photography Between Advertising, Art and the Cinema

4 Nov-26 Feb. The Albertina devotes an exhibition to the film still and its place between photography and film. The 130 images on display date from 1910 to the 1970s and show how movie photographe...
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Foreign Gods: Fascination Africa and Oceania

23 Sept-9 Jan. The Leopold Museum’s comprehensive collection of African and Oceanic art, assembled by the museum's founder Rudolf Leopold, is presented for the first time. This large-scale exhibit...
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Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh: Ways of Pointillism

16 Sept-8 Jan. Major exhibition dedicated to the founders of Pointillism, a painting technique in which small, distinct dots of colour are applied in patterns to form an image. Developed by George...
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The Magic of Landscapes: From Waldmüller to Boeckl

15 Sept–6 Feb. Exhibition highlighting the art created in the newly-formed Austria following the collapse of the once-powerful Austro-Hungarian Empire in the wake of world war one. The show highli...
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Albertina Contemporary: Andy Warhol to Anselm Keifer

11 July-19 March. The annual Albertina Contemporary exhibition showcases art from the second half of the 20th century. This year’s presentation includes works by Anselm Kiefer, Gerhard Richter, Ar...
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Frederick Kiesler: Life Visions

15 June-2 Oct. The Austrian-American architect, artist, designer and theoretician Frederick Kiesler (1890-1965) is the subject of an exhibition at the Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art (MAK) in Vien...
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Jim Dine: I Never Look Away

24 June-2 Oct. The Albertina celebrates the 80th birthday of Jim Dine with 60 of the American artist's self-portraits. The works on display are a representative selection from the 232 self-portrai...

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