Kunsthalle Wien

The "Kunsthalle" Art Gallery of Vienna is an exhibition hall for contemporary art that started in 1992 with a yellow container on Karlsplatz. In 2001 the building was opened as part of the "MuseumsQuartier", which includes parts of the former stables from 1725.   

Leopold Museum

The art collector Rudolf Leopold discovered the work of "Egon Schiele" and contributed 5,000 works of art to the "Leopold Museum". The collection has a focus on art between the 19th century and 1945. 

mumok Stiftung Ludwig

The museum of modern art "mumok" has a large collection of famous artists such as Picasso and Warhol. But it also exposes artists of the "Viennese Actionism" and contemporary media art. 

Vienna Secession

The Art Nouveau building of "Joseph Maria Olbrich" hosts exhibitions of contemporary art, organized by the Association of Artists "Wiener Secession" founded in 1889. Above the entrance stands the words: "Der Zeit ihre Kunst. Der Kunst ihre Freiheit." Art for of the times. Freedom for art

Kunsthistorisches Museum

In addition to the Egyptian-Orental Collection and the Collection of Antiquities, the museum impresses through the Picture Gallery with works by Dürer, Cranach, Velásquez, Rembrandt, Raphael and many other famous painters.  

Gartenpalais Liechtenstein

The private art collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein offers works of art from the early Renaissance to the Biedermeier period. The collection also features pompous weapons, ivory works, furniture and what wealthy princes considered valuable at the time. 


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