Coffee houses here tend to cherish a slower pace of life. But the city has its fast-living urbanite alternatives, too. The Espresso at Last exhibition at the Jewish Museum … [Read more...] about Espresso at last: Café Arabia exhibition
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The Albertina does a fine job of showcasing Austrian artists with an international reach. The Rider in the Storm exhibition features Hans Weigand, for example, whose paintings … [Read more...] about Hans Weigand exhibition
Oskar Stocker's contemporary paintings of women connected with Mozart's life and work invite reflection and exploration. The colourful portraits dominate his Mozart and Women … [Read more...] about Mozart and Women exhibition
The writer James Joyce wrote A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. For portraits of writers by artists (of various ages), try the The Noblest of the Noble exhibition at the … [Read more...] about Writer Portraits from the Klewan collection
In the days before debit cards, you could trace a trip across the globe in the coins exchanged along the way. The Around the World in 80 Coins exhibition at the … [Read more...] about Around the World in 80 Coins
Ah, the power of books to cast a spell over the reader. Or over the simple observer: the Weltmuseum's Chaekgeori exhibition introduces us to a Korean form of art that draws on … [Read more...] about Chaekgeori exhibition