The exhibition spans from the early 20th century to the interwar years and examines the artistic parallels and differences between Berlin and Vienna.
In particular it compares and contrasts the two cities' Secessionist movements around 1900, as well as other movements such as Berlin's Neuen Wilden (Young Wild Ones) and Dada movements, and Vienna's Expressionism and Kineticism.
The exhibition includes works by Otto Dix, Rudolf Schlichter, George Grosz, Albert Paris Gütersloh, Anton Kolig and Rudolf Wacker.
10.00-18.00. Wed 10.00-21.00