The Kunsthistorisches Museum has an early Christmas present for lovers of outstanding art: the year-end Titian exhibition explores the depiction of women by the great Venetian … [Read more...] about Titian exhibition
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Vienna's biggest museum can't let Beethoven year pass without a suitable nod to the musical genius and cultural icon. Hence the ambitious Beethoven Bewegt exhibition at the … [Read more...] about Beethoven Moves exhibition
The Romans left behind a lot of straight roads and enough buildings to keep archaeologists in work for decades. Oh, and coins. Lots of them. The Evil Emperors exhibition at … [Read more...] about Evil Emperors coin exhibition
So you like a bit of Pieter Bruegel the Elder? Wouldn't it be lovely to see a couple of his so-rare paintings? Or perhaps half a dozen? Or ten? Or more? Just pop into the … [Read more...] about The Bruegel collection
Most salt and pepper pots might cost you a few euro from the likes of Ikea. The Saliera, however, would set you back something more than €50 million (hopefully that includes … [Read more...] about The Saliera
Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) often showcases pioneers and gamechangers in art history. The new "Als Ich Can" Jan van Eyck exhibition continues the habit… van … [Read more...] about Jan van Eyck exhibition