The wheel of time turns, and some themes seem doomed to ever reoccur in human history. Alfred Kubin's fantastical dreamscapes reflect the anguish of an uncertain world … [Read more...] about Alfred Kubin exhibition
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The Im Blick series of exhibitions at Upper Belvedere offer a more detailed look at some of the works in the collection that deserve closer attention. In summer 2022, Georg … [Read more...] about Georg Eisler: Tracing Life
There's pottery and then there's majolica: decorated ceramic design from Italy that dates back to Renaissance days. The MAK's exhibition shines a light on the role of majolica … [Read more...] about Majolica exhibition
The National Library's special exhibition in the magnificent state hall explores the role of (wild) animals at the Vienna court with a focus on their depiction across several … [Read more...] about The Emperor’s Most Beautiful Animals
It took him 125 years, but Klimt finally returns to an old stomping ground armed with little more than a pencil or piece of chalk. The Albertina Modern's exhibition brings … [Read more...] about Gustav Klimt: The Drawings
The Viennese spring and summer have numerous exhibition treats for those interested in art: Hockney, Munch, Klimt and Cranach to name but four. The Albertina Modern tops the … [Read more...] about Ai Weiwei exhibition