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Cold War and Architecture - Contributions to Austria’s Democratization after 1945

Cold War and Architecture - Contributions to Austria’s Democratization after 1945

For the first time in an exhibition, the post-war building activities in Austria and those involved are contextualized in the discourse of the Cold War. As will be seen, the years of occupation impacted decisively on the architectural policy agenda after 1945.

date: 01.02.2020 to 24.02.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

a_show - currently closed!

a_show - currently closed!

Austrian Architecture in the 20th and 21st centuries at Architekturzentrum Wien.

date: 01.02.2020 to 26.09.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Österreichbild - currently closed!

Österreichbild - currently closed!

Collection with a View #5Showcase to the courtyard

date: 01.02.2020 to 30.04.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Archikids: LEGO City Planners

Archikids: LEGO City Planners

Workshop (6-10)What does a city consist of and how do you move through it? What do we have to pay particular attention to today? It is important to develop public transport in order to reduce air pollution. In Surabaya and Beijing you can pay for bus rides with old plastic bottles. What ideas do you have? Together we think about what your city should look like, and then we build it with LEGO.

date: 03.02.2020 to 04.02.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Lecture and Film Screening ‘Besetzte Bilder’ / Filmic Reflections on the Period of Occupation

Lecture and Film Screening ‘Besetzte Bilder’ / Filmic Reflections on the Period of Occupation

For more than 10 years the four Allied powers were in control of Austria, with the politics of the cinema and media playing a central role. Domestic and foreign images created at that time retained their potency for many decades to follow.

date: 12.02.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Guided tour by the curator / Cold War and Architecture

Guided tour by the curator / Cold War and Architecture

For the first time in an exhibition, the post-war building activities in Austria and those involved are contextualized in the discourse of the Cold War. As will be seen, the years of occupation impacted decisively on the architectural policy agenda after 1945.

date: 19.02.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Lecture and Discussion: Who does Yugoslavian Modernism Belong to?

Lecture and Discussion: Who does Yugoslavian Modernism Belong to?

Yugoslavian Modernism has received increasing international attention in recent years. This includes the special work of the architect, writer and former-mayor of Belgrade Bogdan Bogdanović, who realised over 20 memorials to the victims of Fascism and people active in the antifascist resistance in former-Yugoslavia between 1951 and 1981.

date: 19.02.2020
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

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