Technisches Museum, from 8th June 2016

There’s no denying the fact that the living space of the future will be urban. Cities account for around half the world’s population living on a mere two per cent of the world’s surface area – and by the year 2050, that figure will most probably have risen to more than two thirds.

Viennese Synagogues: A Memory

Museum Judenplatz, 19th May  to 17th Nov 2016

Until their destruction in 1938, Vienna’s synagogues were an integral component of
the urban architecture and culture. The virtual reconstruction gives an illuminating insight
into these disappeared Viennese spaces.

Point of View #16
Picture Gallery, KHM 22nd July to 27th November 2016

A merchant favoured by the emperor
Long not on show to the public: from July 22, Point of View # 16 showcases two early portraits
by Christoph Amberger (Kaufbeuren c. 1500/05 – 1562 Augsburg), a Renaissance painter from Augsburg.

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Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh
Ways of Pointillism

Albertina, 16.September 2016 - 8.January 2017

Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh, organised in cooperation with the Kröller-Müller Museum, tells the success story of pointillism from its creation in 1886 to its effects on the early 1930s.
This fascinating art movement is now the focus of a high-calibre exhibition at the Albertina, a presentation that completes the story of Modern Art with the significant chapter of Pointillism as its midwife.

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translocation - transformation
21 Haus, 14th July - 20th November 2016

“Everything is art. Everything is politics”, says Ai Weiwei (born in 1957), one of the world’s most influential contemporary artists.
A common thread that runs through both his life and work concerns the themes of expulsion, migration, and deliberate change of location. They are at the core of his first monumental solo show in Vienna.
The exhibition stretches out into the baroque Belvedere gardens, where one can also find Weiwei’s work, Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads – an ensemble of bronze heads from the Chinese zodiac.


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Threads of power
Painting 2.0
Expression in the Information Age

mumok, 4.June - 6.November 2016

The exhibition Painting 2.0: Expression in the Information Age places our sustained interest in contemporary painting and the continuous expansion of digital technologies within a surprising historical context.From the arrival of television to the so-called internet revolution, painting has consistently succeeded in integrating the mechanisms that seemed to herald its own death.
With more than two hundred artworks by more than one hundred artists, Painting 2.0 tells the multifaceted story of painting from the 1960s to the present.

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