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Franz Hagenauer

Franz Hagenauer

Franz Hagenauer (1906–1986) created an extensive oeuvre characterized by a tension-filled synthesis of sculpture and refined arts and crafts. Based on the human body and on shapes derived from the flora and fauna, Hagenauer went through all the modes of expression, influenced in phases by Neo-Classicism, the Bauhaus movement, Art Deco and the topoi of popular culture.

date: 01.07.2022 to 12.09.2022
place: Leopold Museum

Dealing in copies. The “Photographic Art Publishers Otto Schmidt”

Dealing in copies. The “Photographic Art Publishers Otto Schmidt”

This exhibition contributes to the exploration of professional photography in the 19th century. Using the example of the photographic publishing house Otto Schmidt, the presentation examines the insoluble connection between esthetics, economy, image consumption and social parameters.

date: 01.07.2022 to 28.08.2022
place: Leopold Museum

Alfred Kubin: Confessions of a Tortured Soul

Alfred Kubin: Confessions of a Tortured Soul

The art of the great draftsman, illustrator and author of the novel "The Other Side", Alfred Kubin, appears more current today than ever before: for it was violence, wartime destruction, pandemics, natural disasters, the manipulation of the masses and other abysses of human existence that pervaded his highly narrational works. The oeuvre of this fantastical creator confronts us with pessimistic visions which – to quote Schopenhauer – delineate “the worst of all possible worlds”. The exhibition at the Leopold Museum is the first to attempt an exploration of Kubin’s oneiric worlds – which all too often enter nightmarish-somber spheres – in terms of their relation to the unconscious and the deep dimensions of the psyche.

date: 01.07.2022 to 24.07.2022
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: 01.07.2022 to 30.01.2023
place: Leopold Museum

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The gaze from the frame. “The Klewan Collection” Donation

The gaze from the frame. “The Klewan Collection” Donation

This presentation at the Leopold Museum is the first to showcase a compilation of select works from the generous donation, comprising some 350 artworks, gifted by the former gallery owner, publisher and art collector Helmut Klewan who, over five decades, compiled a comprehensive collection of writers’ portraits created using various media but primarily as works on paper.

date: 01.07.2022 to 29.08.2022
place: Leopold Museum

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