Medieval Majesty 

Gothic Masterpieces from St. Stephen's Cathedral

Unteres Belvedere, from 14th May 2019

St. Stephen’s Cathedral at the heart of Vienna houses important examples of the art of medieval stonemasonry. Six of its most impressive sculptures, the famous figures of rulers from the west façade and High Tower, are on display at the Belvedere Palace Stables.

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Technisches Museum

How are cities linked up? Vienna Technical Museum is answering this question by examining two historic public transport lines, both of which form part of transport infrastructure still in use today: Otto Wagner’s Wiener Stadtbahn metropolitan railway and the “Pressburger Elektrische” Vienna-Bratislava electric railway.

Open again from 29 August 2020!
Sigmund Freud Museum, Berggasse 19

In 2020, the Sigmund Freud Museum, which has existed since 1971, will reopen its doors after extensive renovation and expansion measures.


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The Power of the Human Visage

Albertina, till 20. June 2021

Starting from Helmar Lerski’s outstanding photo series Metamorphosis through Light (1935/36), the exhibition Faces presents portraits from the period of the Weimar Republic.The 1920s and ’30s saw photographers radically renew the conventional understanding of the classic portrait: their aim was no longer to represent an individual’s personality; instead, they conceived of the face as material to be staged according to their own ideas.

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Artificial Intelligence?
TMW, till Summer 2022

Progress is fast paced: computers compose symphonies and control trams. Now, in the centuries-long journey of automation, a directional decision is imminent: Do we use the algorithms to avert the climate crisis or do we reinforce social injustices through their use? Are we empowering people in need of care or are we misusing sensitive health data? How do we shape and think about the newly acquired (in)dependencies?

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Johann Jakob Hartmann

Belvedere, till 29. August 2021

The new exhibition at the Belvedere focuses on six of his works from the museum’s collection, including his series depicting the elements of earth, fire, water, and air. Remarkable in many respects, it is a rare example of a complete ensemble that has survived to this day – during the course of history comparable series were often separated when they changed owners.
Hartmann’s series entered the Belvedere’s collection in the twentieth century; four of the six works were already exhibited in the late eighteenth century at the Imperial Gallery.

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