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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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Emilie Flöge fabrics

25 May – 2 December. The Austrian Folklore Museum displays 350 textile samples from the estate of the Austrian fashion designer Emilie Louise Flöge. In her role as owner of Vienna's ha...
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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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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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Cats

29 Jan - 28 May. The hugely-successful musical Cats returns to Vienna. It is the original West End version but is performed in German. Although the specially-designed theatre tent seats 1,800, it...
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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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Museum of Wishes

10 September-8 January 2012. After three months of renovations, MUMOK reopens with the exhibition Museum of Wishes, the title of which relates specifically to the display of 30 pieces on the museum's...
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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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Brueghel, Rubens, Jordaens: Masterpieces of European painting from the Hohenbuchau Collection

27 May-10 Jan 2012. For the first time, the Liechtenstein Museum is showing the Hohenbuchau Collection in its entirety with works by Brueghel, Honthorst, Rubens and Jordaens. One of the world's la...
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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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