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Pioneers of Post-War Modern Art

13 May-5 March 2017. The mumok dedicates an exhibition to two important figures involved in building up the museum's collection of post-war art: Werner Hofmann and Viktor Matejka. Hofmann (1928-20...
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Anselm Kiefer: The Woodcuts

18 March-19 June. The Albertina presents the first comprehensive retrospective dedicated to the woodcuts of leading German contemporary artist Anselm Kiefer. The exhibition comprises some 35 monum...
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Chagall to Malevich: The Russian Avant-Gardes

26 Feb-26 June. The Albertina examines Russia's contribution to the avant-garde period, between 1910 and 1920, when modernism advanced at a rapid pace and embraced numerous styles. The exhibition...
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Josef Frank: Against Design

16 Dec-3 April. Exhibition dedicated to the creations of modernist architect, designer and design critic Josef Frank whose prodigious body of work is still considered "contemporary" in today's design...
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Fleeting Beauty

19 Nov-29 Feb. The artwork from Austrian cigarette advertising in the 1920s is the subject of this exhibition at the Leopold Museum. In 1928 the JTI tobacco company invited celebrated Secession ar...
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Worlds of Romanticism

13 Nov-21 Feb. The Albertina is showing important works from the artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement known as Romanticism, an era which lasted throughout the 19th century and used na...
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Farbenrausch. Masterpieces of German Expressionism

9 Oct-11 Jan. German Expressionism is celebrated at the Leopold Museum with an exhibition comprising around 30 portrait paintings and 80 works on paper from the collection of the Osthaus Museum in Hag...
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Vienna: Tribute to Waldmüller

17 July-26 Oct. Exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of the death of Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller (1793-1865), one of Austria's most important 19th-century Austrian artists. Waldmüller is best k...
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ImPulsTanz Festival

Described by organisers as Europe's biggest dance festival, ImPulsTanz presents a series of performances by international and Austrian dancers, professionals and amateurs, young and old. Highlights...
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Music Film Festival at the Rathausplatz

Vienna's City Hall Square, or Rathausplatz, hosts a summer festival of music films featuring concerts from opera to pop, with free admission every evening. The programme covers every genre and is s...
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Rembrandt - Titian - Bellotto: Spirit and splendour of the Dresden Picture Gallery

Around 100 works by grand masters are currently on display at Vienna's winter palace. The paintings are from the Dresden Picture Gallery, an important collection amassed by the electors of Saxony,...
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Wally Neuzil: Her life with Egon Schiele

The Leopold Museum shines light on the woman featured in the melancholic painting Portait of Wally, one of the best-known works by Austrian painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918). "Wally" was the nicknam...
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Tracey Emin | Egon Schiele: Where I Want to Go

The Leopold Museum presents Vienna's most significant exhibition dedicated to Britain artist Tracey Emin, whose work is displayed alongside that of the Austrian Expressionist Egon Schiele (1890-1918)....
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Degas, Cézanne, Seurat: The Dream Archive from the Musée d'Orsay

The Albertina presents around 130 works by seminal French artists from the 19th and 20th centuries, on loan from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. The exhibition offers a broad overview of F...
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Vienna Ice World

City Hall Square has been transformed into a 7,000-sqm outdoor ice skating rink called Vienna Ice World. The illuminated façade of the city hall provides the backdrop for skaters while the s...
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Looking at Monet. The Great Impressionist and his Influence on Austrian Art

The Belvedere focuses on the concept of French Impressionist master Claude Monet (1840-1926) as a source of inspiration for his artist peers in Vienna. Monet was particularly popular in the Austria...
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Velázquez, Painter to the King

Exhibition dedicated to the work of Spanish master Diego Velázquez (1599-1660). A leading painter of Spain's Golden Age, Velázquez was court painter to King Philip IV and was famed fo...
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. The Path to Modernism

The Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien commemorates the birth of leading French post-impressionist Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) whose work laid the foundations for Modernism. Toulouse-Lautrec is kn...
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Arnulf Rainer. Retropsective

The Albertina holds a comprehensive retrospective dedicated to the internationally-acclaimed Vienna artist Arnulf Rainer on his 85th birthday. Rainer has always been to the forefront of development...
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150 Years of MAK

The Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art - MAK commemorates its 150th birthday with a number of celebratory events. Two exhibitions run concurrently from 11 June-5 October: Exemplary: From Arts and...
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