Around the World in 80 Coins at Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum tells the stories of ancient gods, queens, and everyone in between.
The city has launched a new cat-paign — ehm, campaign — that puts a feline spin on famous Austrian artworks.
“We wanted Kunsthalle Wien to address multiple Viennas, not just the old established one,” said What, How & for Whom, whose contract at the institution was not renewed.
Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion transforms a historic bank in Manhattan into the unlikely setting of an immersive art experience one visitor called “mesmerizing.”
The Carabinieri’s art crime unit said Gentileschi’s masterpiece “Caritas Romana” was on its way to be sold in Vienna.
Scholar Walaa Alqaisiya’s talk was pulled following accusations of antisemitism from pro-Israel groups.
For the first time in three centuries the Belvedere Museum is displaying creations by artists who are not Austrian and have no connection to Austrian art.
For Franz Xaver Messerschmidt, his Character Heads were his way to forestall the demons that tortured him.
The profile includes works by Egon Schiele, Amedeo Modigliani, Peter Paul Rubens, and a prehistoric Venus of Willendorf figurine.
A show at Vienna’s Albertina reverses the more commonly held belief in art history that drawings are merely preparatory to paintings.
The Vienna-based group Iraqi Autumn draws attention to the international community’s silence regarding the outbreak of violence in Iraq over the past two months.
We could call this exhibition a battle of the swaggerers.