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Max Oppenheimer: Expressionist der ersten Stunde

Max Oppenheimer: Expressionist der ersten Stunde

With this long-overdue, large-scale exhibition, the Leopold Museum intends to shed new light on the eminent and ground-breaking oeuvre of Max Oppenheimer, which has unjustly fallen into oblivion, and to explore the wealth of his works’ motifs. Furthermore, the presentation looks at the role of the artist and his networks through his contemporaries Oskar Kokoschka and Egon Schiele.

date: 01.02.2024 to 25.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

Gabriele Münter: Retrospective

Gabriele Münter: Retrospective

Gabriele Münter (1877–1962) was much more than just "the woman by Kandinsky’s side". Around 140 exhibits from public and private international collections – including oil paintings, printed graphic works, drawings, photographs and artisanal objects – afford profound insights into the artist’s multi-faceted oeuvre.

date: 01.02.2024 to 18.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

Vienna 1900 / Birth of Modernism

Vienna 1900 / Birth of Modernism

With its newly conceived presentation of the collection, the Leopold Museum is creating an opulent tableau which affords uniquely rich and complex insights into the fascination of Vienna around 1900 and the atmosphere of this vibrant time.

date: 01.02.2024 to 31.12.2025
place: Leopold Museum

Lecture: "…EIN TYPUS IST ZU SCHAFFEN…"

Lecture: "…EIN TYPUS IST ZU SCHAFFEN…"

Together with his contemporaries Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, Max Oppenheimer, who signed his work MOPP, took the artistic depiction of people into a new dimension: MOPP transformed the bourgeois-representative likeness into a psychological portrait.

date: 01.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

In the spotlight: The Architecture of Viennese Modernism

In the spotlight: The Architecture of Viennese Modernism

In the fin de siècle, Vienna was a breeding ground for an unprecedentedly fertile intellectual life in the arts and sciences. Every first and third Friday of the month, the series of guided tours is dedicated to a specific theme that reflects the achievements and special features of this era.

date: 02.02.2024 to 16.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

Guided Tour: Gabriele Münter

Guided Tour: Gabriele Münter

Gabriele Münter (1877–1962) was much more than just "the woman by Kandinsky’s side". Around 140 exhibits from public and private international collections – including oil paintings, printed graphic works, drawings, photographs and artisanal objects – afford profound insights into the artist’s multi-faceted oeuvre.

date: 03.02.2024 to 17.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

Public Guided Tour: Max Oppenheimer

Public Guided Tour: Max Oppenheimer

With this long-overdue, large-scale exhibition, the Leopold Museum intends to shed new light on the eminent and ground-breaking oeuvre of Max Oppenheimer, which has unjustly fallen into oblivion, and to explore the wealth of his works’ motifs. Furthermore, the presentation looks at the role of the artist and his networks through his contemporaries Oskar Kokoschka and Egon Schiele.

date: 03.02.2024 to 24.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

LEO Kinderatelier: Ich bin ich und du bist du

LEO Kinderatelier: Ich bin ich und du bist du

A stern look, a smirk on the face or two beautiful nostrils? With or without hands, from the front or from the side? What is the most important thing in a portrait? We take inspiration from the portraits of various artists and then create our own portrait in the studio!

date: 03.02.2024 to 25.02.2024
place: Leopold Museum

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