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Impressionism: Pastels, Watercolours, Drawings

10 February - 13 May. The Albertina devotes an exhibition to works on paper by artists such as Renoir, Van Gogh, C
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Magritte

9 November - 26 February. The Albertina presents an exhibition dedicated to the surrealist master Ren
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Nuances - The Forberg Collection

21 October - 22 January. The Albertina presents the Forberg Collection
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Absolutely Vienna: Acquisitions and Donations since 2000

10 November - 18 March. Described as a way to say "thank you" to the 630 people who have donated art works and historical objects to the museum since 2000, the Wien Museum presents 500 pieces from its...
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Winter Wonderland: Depictions of winter in European art from Bruegel to Beuys

18 October - 8 January. An exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum explores the influence of winter on European art from the late Middle Ages to the present day, from Pieter Bruegel the Elder to Jo...
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Angelo Soliman: An African in Vienna

29 September - 29 January 2012. Angelo Soliman (1721-1796) achieved great fame after his death, as the "mummified Moor" or "stuffed savage
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MELANCHOLY AND PROVOCATION: THE EGON SCHIELE PROJECT

23 Sept-30 Jan 2012. The Leopold Museum is holding a major exhibition dedicated to the early work of Viennese artist Egon Schiele. Around 100 paintings and drawings including Schiele's first m...
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Hundertwasser: The Art Of The Green Path

7 July-6 Nov. This extensive retrospective traces the career of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928
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Albertina Contemporary: from Gerhard Richter To Kiki Smith

22 June-13 November. This exhibition at the Albertina Contemporary presents the gallery's most recently-acquired works in the area of contemporary art. The works are displayed so that viewers can...
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Makart: An Artist rules the City

9 June-16 October. Renowned internationally for his massive brightly-coloured canvases, Hans Makart, the "prince of painters", is equally remembered for his colourful private life. In addition to...
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Dürer - Cranach - Holbein: The Discovery of Man: the German Portrait around 1500

31 May-4 September. An exhibition at Vienna's Museum of Fine Arts focuses on the German portrait around 1500 and comprises 130 stellar works, mostly by Albrecht D
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Brilliant Times: European Art Nouveau Jewellery

25 February - 20 June. The Leopold Museum presents a comprehensive exhibition of Art Nouveau jewellery, predominantly from the Hessian State Museum in Darmstadt. The museum's collection is based a...
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Dynamics! Cubism/Futurism/Kineticism

10 February - 29 May 2011. This comprehensive exhibition examines Vienna's abstract art movements between 1919 and 1929, within the larger context of European modernism. Viennese Kineticism, an ar...
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Egon Schiele: Self-portraits and portraits

17 February - 13 June. Along with older artists Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele (1890-1918) was one of the most significant artists of Viennese modernism and expressionism. This exh...
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Roy Lichtenstein: Black and White 1961 - 1968

28 January - 15 May 2011. The 1960s heralded an artistic departure for Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) whose works until then consisted principally of paintings depicting American history and the America...
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Eva Schlegel: In Between

8 December 2010 - 1 May 2011. One of Austria's most influential contemporary artists, Eva Schegel is concerned with attempting to portray the ephemeral in different materials such as glass and mirrors...
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Birgit Jürgenssen: Retrospective

16 December - 6 March 2011. The Bank Austria Kunstforum and the Sammlung Verbund present the first posthumous retrospective of the work of Viennese artist Birgit J
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