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Hagenbund. From moderate to radical modernism.

Hagenbund. From moderate to radical modernism.

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: 01.10.2022 to 06.02.2023
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: 01.10.2022 to 30.01.2023
place: Leopold Museum

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Public guided tour: HAGENBUND

Public guided tour: HAGENBUND

The Künstlerbund Hagen was founded in 1900 as a reaction to the conservatism of the Künstlerhaus and established itself by the 1920s at the latest as "the most radical group of the present" (Robert Musil, 1922) within the Viennese artists' associations. The exhibition house Zedlitzhalle in Vienna's 1st district, first occupied in 1902, served not only as an identity-forming presentation venue for its members, but also as a hall for innovative exhibition concepts and international art presentations.

date: 13.10.2022
place: Leopold Museum

TILLA DURIEUX: A WITNESS TO A CENTURY AND HER ROLES

TILLA DURIEUX: A WITNESS TO A CENTURY AND HER ROLES

The comprehensive exhibition at the Leopold Museum is the first to investigate the fascination Tilla Durieux held already for her contemporaries, and to explore the traces of this scintillating personality through portraits of all media. Featuring rarely exhibited archival material and international loans, the presentation highlights Durieux’s career, her social and artistic milieu as well as her life shaped by political upheaval.

date: 14.10.2022 to 27.02.2023
place: Leopold Museum

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