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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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Michel Comte

This comprehensive exhibition charts three decades or work by Michel Comte, a Swiss photographer known for his portraits of movie stars, supermodels and greats of the jazz and music scene, from Helena...
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Lucian Freud in Vienna

The Kunsthistorisches Museum presents an exhibition of works from the 70-year career of British artist Lucian Freud (1922-2011). The show was conceived in collaboration with the artist, prior to h...
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Helnwein retrospective

The Albertina dedicates a major retrospective to Gottfried Helnwein on the 65th birthday of the Austrian artist who lives between the bright lights of Los Angeles and a neo-Gothic castle in rural Irel...
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Albert Oehlen: Painting

The MUMOK presents the first exhibition in Austria to showcase the work of contemporary German artist Albert Oehlen, including key works from all of the most important stages of his career. Oehlen...
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In progress

The exhibition displays highlights from the mumok collection from 1890 to the present day. Divided in three parts, the exhibition examines the museum's collecting profile as well as presenting mil...
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Az W Gold: The Collection

The Architecture Centre Vienna presents the Az W Gold collection on the occasion of the museum's 20th anniversary. The exhibition displays some of the most interesting items held in the collection...
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Clouds

Under the subheading "Fleeting Worlds" the Clouds exhibition at the Leopold Museum presents a collection of paintings by a diverse group of artists from the 19th century to the present day, all o...
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A Shot of Rhythm and Colour: English Textile Design of the late 19th Century

The MAK presents a comprehensive overview of English fabrics from its Textiles and Carpets collection. The textiles on display were purchased by the museum authorities in England in the 19th centu...
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Georg Baselitz: Works from 1968-2012

18 Jan-20 May. The Essl Museum in Vienna presents an exhibition of works by Georg Baselitz on the occasion of the German artist's 75th birthday. The extensive retrospective features 44 works by Ba...
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Dan Flavin: Lights

13 Oct - 3 Feb 2013. MUMOK hosts a retrospective exhibition dedicated to Dan Flavin (1933-1996), one of the principal exponents of the Minimalist art movement. In particular the exhibition focuses...
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Ed Ruscha: The Ancients Stole All Our Great Ideas

25 September - 2 December. This exhibition, curated by American pop artist Ed Ruscha, is the first in a series in which the Kunsthistorisches Museum invites internationally-celebrated artist...
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Emperor Maximilian I and the Art of his Time

14 September - 6 January 2013. The Albertina celebrates art produced under the rule of the mediaeval emperor Maximilian I, once referred to by historians as the "Last Night". Maximilian commission...
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Gedi Sibony

22 June - 15 September. The work of New York-based artist Gedi Sibony is the focus of an exhibition at Galerie Meyer Kainer. Sibony's installations feature household fixtures such as doors, curta...
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Art and Wine

5 June - 2 September. Through the display of 100 items, the exhibition Art and Wine traces the impact of wine on the fine arts over the centuries. In ancient Greece and Rome wine was associated with...
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