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Monday, October 22, 2018

Veronica Buckley

Veronica Buckley’s latest books are the beautifully illustrated New Insights into the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (Brandstaetter 2016), and Twilight of the Romanovs: A photographic journey across imperial Russia (Thames & Hudson, 2013), both with Philipp Blom. Veronica has also published two historical biographies and has translated dramatic and documentary works for stage, film and radio.
vienna art week

Walking the Talk

Vienna Art Week explores the finer points of aesthetics under the theme Seeking Beauty Vienna is in for an arts talkathon. From November 14-20, the city is holding its twelfth annual Art Week, “comparing Vienna with...

On Display: Body, Psyche and Taboo at MUMOK

Agents Provocateurs: Vienna’s two seminal 20th century art movements go head to head. Body, Psyche and Taboo, currently showing at the MUMOK, brings together a large selection of work by the early Viennese modernists and...

On Display: Abstract Loop Austria

Postwar Austrian art gets a major retrospective with works by Marc Adrian, Richard Kriesche, Helga Philipp und Gerwald Rockenschaub The intention of op-art, declared Austrian op-artist Marc Adrian in 1964, is to bring about “the...

On Display: Welten der Romantik

A luscious but flawed exhibition bridging the Northern and Mediterranean streams of the Romantics at the Albertina Ninety years before the Secessionists, a first group of young men made an attempt to burst the confines...

On Display: Women Through Men’s Eyes

Portraits by Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka at the Lower Belvedere Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka are hardly new to art lovers in this city. These three masters color the background of Viennese life....

On Display: We are Alone – Edvard Munch

Munch at the Albertina: Isolation and despair, yes, but absolutely worth it You may want to fortify yourself with a good lunch before going into this show. Have something cheerfully Viennese, and don’t order anything...