Until 5 November, 2006. This special exhibition, a tribute to the works of artist Rudi Wach, was designed to fit into and complement the exhibition grounds. For example, the abbey entrance features large bronze sculptures, while the Columned Hall in the Prelates Courtyard boasts graphic works. Large size drawings as well as his latest work a plaster sculpture created especially for this exhibition are also on display. Small bronze sculptures are set in the Marble Hall like pieces of jewellery and illustrate Rudi Wachs artistic evolution since the 1950s. The artists technique of allowing his subconscious to guide his drawings is said to connect with age-old myths and superstitions.

Admission: Adults: 7,00 unguided, 8,60 guided,

May to September: 09.00 18.00 (last admission 17.00)

Pupils, Students (27 and under, with student ID): 4,10 unguided, 5,70 guided.

General Info

Address Benediktinerstift Melk, Dietmayrstrae 1, A - 3390 Melk Tel.: +43(0)2752555, e-mail: kultur.tourismus@stiftmelk.at

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Inward - Seismograph of the body soul

Benediktinerstift Melk, Dietmayrstrae 1, A - 3390 Melk Tel.: +43(0)2752555, e-mail: kultur.tourismus@stiftmelk.at

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