The Beginning: Art in Austria 1945 to 1980
One of the most famous artistic cities on the planet, how did Vienna respond and develop in the decades following World War II? That question can finally be answered through the works displayed in this fascinating exhibition, putting contemporary Austrian art from that period up against international counterparts. It was a time of deep thought and self evaluation, not to mention national evaluation, and such struggles are often best depicted through creative and artistic expression. This is the first exhibition at the brand new ALBERTINA Modern, the second exhibition space of the famous museum, and it promises to kick things off in stunning fashion. The new gallery is just a short walk from the Albertina and can be found outside the Karlsplatz U-Bahn station. (pic in app: Running Klemmer, 1969, Collection Ph. Konzett, Vienna © Estate Robert Klemmer)
Open 10:00 - 18:00.
Admission €16,90, Seniors 65+ €12,90, Young adults under 26 €11,90, under 19s free.