All great artists have their beginnings, offering insights into their development and style. The Cranach the Untamed exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum brings together … [Read more...] about Lucas Cranach the Elder exhibition
For a user-friendly overview of articles about Vienna museums, see here.
Vienna-born Joseph Rebell counts as one of Austria and Europe's preeminent landscape painters of the early 19th century, particularly of sun-drenched vistas in Italy, where … [Read more...] about Joseph Rebell exhibition
Any relationship that lasts 200 years deserves a celebration. The Natural History Museum's Brazil exhibition explores various aspects of the Austro-Brazilian connection in the … [Read more...] about The Brazil exhibition
As in summer 2021, the construction site that is currently the Wien Museum turns selected surfaces over to street art for summer 2022. This time, the exhibition addresses the … [Read more...] about Urban Cultures open-air exhibition
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
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