Vienna Highlights: July 2017

Different exhibitions: Vienna Biennale June 21-October 1, 2017 The Vienna Biennale combines art, design, and architecture. Under the motto Robots. Work. Our Future, creative Spaces will open up for contemplating meaningful living and working and the sustainable use of robotics … Read More

Vienna Highlights: August 2017

Exhibition: Female images – Works from the Leopold Collection from Biedermeier to Modernity July 7-September 18, 2017 The series of themed presentations featuring the permanent collection emphasizes on female images from the Leopold Collection. Corresponding to the period central to … Read More

Vienna Highlights: June 2017

Exhibition: Erwin Wurm – Performative Sculptures June 2-September 10, 2017 The exhibition will focus on the performative sculptures of the Austrian artist Erwin Wurm between 1990 and 2017. Outstanding examples of architecture, which are simultaneously objeets of every-day use, will … Read More

Vienna Highlights: May 2017

Exhibition: Maria Lassnig – Dialogues May 5-August 27, 2017 Three years after her death, the Albertina is paying homage to Maria Lassnig with a comprehensive retrospective presentation. It was early on that she made her own body the central focus … Read More

Vienna Highlights: March 2017

Exhibition: Daniel Richter – „Lonely Old Slogans” 3., 21er Haus Feb 3-June 5, 2017 Daniel Richter is one of the most important painters of his generation. The 21er Haus presents a comprehensive retrospective of his work and documents Richter’s evolution … Read More

Vienna Highlights: February 2017

Exhibition: Egon Schiele 1., Albertina Egon Schiele is one of the pioneers of modernism in Austria along with Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka. The Albertina will show a unique overview of Schiele’s development as a draughtsman and watercolourist in anticipa- … Read More

Vienna Highlights: August – November 2016

August Exhibition: „Béton“ at Kunsthalle Wien 7., Kunsthalle MuseumsQuartier Until October 16, 2016 In the 1950s and 1960s, concrete was regarded as the epitome of modernism. The related architectural style is called „brutalism“ and stands among other things for social … Read More