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Jusqu'au 8 Décembre 2008
Bis 23. November 2008
Kunst nach 1970. Aus der Albertina
12 october 2007 – 16 march 2008
Monet bis Picasso –
Die Sammlung Batliner.
14 september 2007 – 6 april 2008
Philip Guston. Arbeiten auf Papier
7 september – 25 november 2007
Ausstellung der Ö1-Grafiken 2007
in der Albertina
20 september – 4 november 2007
Malen gegen die Zeit/Painting against time
22 September 2006 - 7 January 2007
Pop Art & Minimalismus
March 10 - August 29, 2004
Anoushka Fisz "Sleep with me"
March 10 - 2 May 2004
17 March - 22 June 2003
The Albertina is dedicating its opening exhibition to Edvard Munch, the creator of the world famous "The Scream". More than 100 Paintings and 150 works on paper represent the basic experiences of love and jealousy in human life. The biggest show of the Norwegian expressionist Munch's work ever mounted exhibits 50 works on loan from all over the world, in the addition to works from the collection of the Albertina.
Beginnings to the Present Day.
"What I cannot paint I photograph...", man Ray said of his work. The Albertina's newly created collections of photographs forms an exciting extension of the museum's collection. Works by photography's pioneers, such as the earliest known shot of Vienna from 1840, will be shown as well as Rudolf Koppitz' erotic compositions or the reportage-like works of Walker Evans or Stephen Shore.
Von Michelangelo bis Rubens
Die Meisterwerke der Albertina.
The Albertina, world famous for its exquisite and comprehensive collection of over a million works on paper, presents the most valuable drawings of the great masters, from Michelangelo's nude studies to Rubens' touching child portraits.
5.9. - 30.11.2003
The Albertina houses the most important Dürer collection in the world. Albrecht Dürers drawing Hare is one of the most popular works in the history of art. The original will be exhibited in this unique Dürer show, before it disappears once again into the safety of the Albertina's vaults. Other works from London, Paris, Berlin, Munich, New York and Los Angeles will supplement the Albertina's own collection to form the most comprehensive show ever of Albrecht Dürer's work.