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Exhibitions

SHOWROOM WIENER WERKSTÄTTE MAK Exhibition View, 2021 SHOWROOM WIENER WERKSTÄTTE A Dialogue with Michael Anastassiades MAK Permanent Collection Contemporary Art © MAK/Georg Mayer

SHOWROOM WIENER WERKSTÄTTE

A Dialogue with Michael Anastassiades
iCalWed, 06.10.2021–Sun, 02.10.2022
TEACHING KLIMTFerdinand Laufberger, Das Blinde-Kuh-Spiel, Wien, 1865 Öl auf Leinwand © Otmar Rychlik

TEACHING KLIMT

Studies at the School of Arts and Crafts
iCalWed, 03.11.2021–Sun, 13.03.2022
100 BEST POSTERS 20MAK Exhibition View, 100 Best Posters 20 © MAK/Georg Mayer

100 BEST POSTERS 20

Germany Austria Switzerland
iCalWed, 17.11.2021–Sun, 06.03.2022
Johanna Pichlbauer© Theresa Hattinger

Johanna Pichlbauer

There will be! People! On the Sun! Soon!
iCalTue, 14.12.2021–Sun, 13.02.2022
JOSEF HOFFMANN: Progress Through BeautyJosef Hoffmann, Table for Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein’s apartment, 1905 © MAK/Georg Mayer

JOSEF HOFFMANN: Progress Through Beauty

iCalWed, 15.12.2021–Sun, 19.06.2022
RELAX© Gregor Titze/MAK

RELAX

Christoph Meier, Ute Müller, Robert Schwarz, Lukas Stopczynski
iCalTue, 18.01.2022–Sun, 06.03.2022
JOSEF HOFFMANN – OTTO PRUTSCHERJOSEF HOFFMAN – OTTO PRUTSCHER  Otto Prutscher in a chair by Josef Zotti, 1913 Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice  © Karl Ehn
Exhibition in Brtnice, CZ

JOSEF HOFFMANN – OTTO PRUTSCHER

iCalMon, 01.07.2019–Thu, 31.03.2022

Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, Czech Republic

James Turrell: MAKlite ReloadedJames Turrell, MAKlite, 2004 Technical Adaption: 2018 Permanent light installation on the MAK façade © Gerald Zugmann/MAK
Permanent Outdoor Installation

James Turrell: MAKlite Reloaded

GelitinGelatin, Sofa, 2019

Gelitin

Sofa, 2019
Vienna 1900
MAK Permanent Collection

Vienna 1900

Design / Arts and Crafts 1890-1938
Renaissance Baroque Rococo
MAK Permanent Collection

Renaissance Baroque Rococo

Asia
MAK Permanent Collection

Asia

China – Japan – Korea
Empire Style BiedermeierMAK Permanent Collection Empire Biedermeier
MAK Permanent Collection

Empire Style Biedermeier

Baroque Rococo Classicism
MAK Permanent Collection

Baroque Rococo Classicism

Carpets
MAK Permanent Collection

Carpets

Historicism Art NouveauMAK Permanent Collection Historicism Art Nouveau
MAK-Permanent Collection

Historicism Art Nouveau

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Art Education

Curator Guided Tour 100 BEST POSTERS 20 (in German) MAK Exhibition View, 2021 100 BEST POSTERS 20 Germany Austria Switzerland MAK Works on Paper Room © MAK/Georg Mayer

Curator Guided Tour 100 BEST POSTERS 20 (in German)

Germany Austria Switzerland
iCalTue, 18.01.2022 6.30 pm 7.30 pm
registration no longer possible
Curator Guided Tour TEACHING KLIMT (in German) Ferdinand Laufberger, Das Blinde-Kuh-Spiel, Wien, 1865 Öl auf Leinwand © Otmar Rychlik

Curator Guided Tour TEACHING KLIMT (in German)

STUDIES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS
iCalTue, 18.01.2022 6.30 pm 7.30 pm
registration no longer possible
Curator's Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN with Christian Witt-Dörring (in German)© MAK/Georg Mayer

Curator's Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN with Christian Witt-Dörring (in German)

Progress Through Beauty
iCalTue, 18.01.2022 6.30 pm 7.30 pm
registration no longer possible
Wednesdays at the MAK JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)© MAK

Wednesdays at the MAK JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)

in German
iCalWed, 19.01.2022 3.00 pm 4.00 pm
Please registerWednesdays at the MAK JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)
Führung durch die Ausstellung mit dem MAK-Kunstvermittlungsteam.

Mit der bisher umfassendsten Retrospektive zu seinem Gesamtwerk würdigt das MAK das eindrucksvolle Schaffen des Architekten, Designers, Lehrers, Ausstellungsmachers und Mitbegründers der Wiener Werkstätte Josef Hoffmann (1870–1956). Als eine der zentralen Figuren der Wiener Moderne kultivierte Hoffmann ein exemplarisches Modell moderner Lebensweisen und legte den Fokus auf Ästhetik und Schönheit als zentrale Parameter moderner Gestaltung. 
 
In 20 Kapiteln nähert sich die Ausstellung mit mehr als 1 000 Exponaten seinem gewaltigen Lebenswerk. Er galt als Geschmacks- und Identitätsstifter als langjähriger Lehrer, einflussreicher Kunstgewerbedesigner sowie Mitbegründer der Wiener Secession. Die Ausstellung spannt einen Bogen von seiner Jugend bis zu seinem Tod 1956. 

MUSEUMSBESUCH + FÜHRUNGEN
2G (geimpft oder genesen). 
Während des gesamten Museumsbesuchs ist verpflichtend eine FFP2-Maske zu tragen.
 
ANMELDUNG
Begrenzte TeilnehmerInnen-Zahl: eine Anmeldung ist unbedingt erforderlich - entweder vorab oder direkt vor Ort. 
 
KOPFHÖRER
Für die Führung kommt ein Audiosystem zum Einsatz. Bitte nehmen Sie nach Möglichkeit Ihre eigenen Kopfhörer (3,5mm-Standard Anschluss) mit.
 
FÜHRUNGSBEITRAG
Pro Person: € 3,50 zzgl. Eintritt
 
TREFFPUNKT 
MAK-Säulenhalle

SPRACHE
Deutsch

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GUIDED TOUR FOR TEACHERS JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)Portrait of Josef Hoffmann, Vienna, after 1945 Photograph: Yoichi R. Okamoto © MAK

GUIDED TOUR FOR TEACHERS JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)

in German
iCalFri, 21.01.2022 4.00 pm 5.00 pm
fully booked
Tour of the MAK (in German)MAK Columned Main Hall © MAK/Mika K. Wisskirchen

Tour of the MAK (in German)

iCalSat, 22.01.2022 11.00 am 12.00 pm
Please registerTour of the MAK (in German)
A tour of the museum offers an insight into all areas of the collection. After a brief introduction to the history of the house, the permanent MAK display collection is visited, the presentation concepts explained and individual objects discussed.
 
The tour is held in German 

VISITING THE MUSEUM + GUIDED TOURS
2G (vaccinated or recovered)
A FFP2 mask must be worn during the entire visit to the museum.
 
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is necessary - either in advance or directly on site if the tour is not fully booked. 
 
HEADPHONES
The tour requires headphones. Please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) if possible. 
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
Per person € 3,50 + admission to the museum 
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall

 

 
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MAK4FAMILY Kein Hamplpampl, Hompelpompel - ein Josef Hoffmann Hampelmann Josef Hoffmann, Porcelain set “Melon” [Melon] for the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory, 1931 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

MAK4FAMILY Kein Hamplpampl, Hompelpompel - ein Josef Hoffmann Hampelmann

iCalSat, 22.01.2022 2.00 pm 4.00 pm
Please registerMAK4FAMILY Kein Hamplpampl, Hompelpompel - ein Josef Hoffmann Hampelmann
Er war der Meister des karierten Papiers und konnte darauf fast alles entwerfen. Der große Architekt Josef Hoffmann kann einen wirklich zum Staunen bringen.
 
Jetzt ist er selbst zum Quadratlmuster geworden. Wir malen ihn an, schneiden ihn aus und kleben ihn zusammen. Bau deinen eigenen Hoffmann Hampelmann.
 

DAS FORMAT MAK4FAMILY

Jeden 2. und 4. Samstag im Monat (außer Juli, August, Dezember) von 14:00–16:00 Uhr findet im MAK ein Workshop und Führung für die ganze Familie (ab 4 Jahren) statt.  
 

ANMELDUNG

Begrenzte Teilnehmer*innen-Zahl: eine Anmeldung ist unbedingt erforderlich.
 

SCHUTZMASSNAHMEN

Bitte tragen Sie während einer Führung eine FFP2-Maske. Auch während der Führung gelten die allgemeinen Schutzmaßnahmen für den Museumsbesuch.
 

KOPFHÖRER

Wir bitten, wenn möglich, persönliche Kopfhörer (Standard 3,5 mm Anschluss) zu den Führungen mitzubringen. 
 

MATERIALBEITRAG

€ 4,50 pro Kind (bei freiem Eintritt), ermäßigter Eintritt für Begleitpersonen
 

TREFFPUNKT 

MAK-Säulenhalle
 

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Guided Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)Josef Hoffmann, Upholstered chair from the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937 © MAK/Georg Mayer

Guided Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)

Progress Through Beauty
iCalSat, 22.01.2022 4.00 pm 5.00 pm
fully booked
Tour of the MAK (in English)
Guided Tour

Tour of the MAK (in English)

iCalSun, 23.01.2022 11.00 am 12.00 pm
Please registerTour of the MAK (in English)
The tour through the museum leads to the highlights of the MAK Collection and offers insights into different exhibition areas. The presentation concepts are explained, and extraordinary objects are discussed. A journey through the centuries and insight into the history of the museum make the tour the perfect basis for subsequently exploring the museum on your own.

VISITING THE MUSEUM + GUIDED TOURS
2G (vaccinated or recovered)
A FFP2 mask must be worn during the entire visit to the museum.
 
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is necessary - either in advance or directly on site if the tour is not fully booked. 
 
HEADPHONES
The tour requires headphones. Please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) if possible. 
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
Per person € 3,50 + admission to the museum 
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall

 

 

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Guided Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)Josef Hoffmann, Upholstered chair from the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937 © MAK/Georg Mayer

Guided Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)

Progress Through Beauty
iCalSun, 23.01.2022 2.00 pm 3.00 pm
Please registerGuided Tour JOSEF HOFFMANN (in German)
Guided Tour through the exhibition with the MAK Educational Team

VISITING THE MUSEUM + GUIDED TOURS
2G (vaccinated or recovered)
A FFP2 mask must be worn during the entire visit to the museum.
 
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is necessary - either in advance or directly on site if the tour is not fully booked. 
 
HEADPHONES
The tour requires headphones. Please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) if possible. 
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
Per person € 3,50 + admission to the museum 
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall

LANGUAGE
German 

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Guided Tour TEACHING KLIMT (in German) Ferdinand Laufberger, Das Blinde-Kuh-Spiel, Wien, 1865 Öl auf Leinwand © Otmar Rychlik

Guided Tour TEACHING KLIMT (in German)

STUDIES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS
iCalSun, 23.01.2022 4.00 pm 5.00 pm
Please registerGuided Tour TEACHING KLIMT (in German) Guided Tour of the exhibition TEACHING KLIMT: Studies at the School of Arts and Crafts

Scarcely any other artist has been the subject of so much literature as has Gustav Klimt. Yet to date the formative influence of his years at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts has received far too little attention. The MAK is now turning its attention to this topic, whereby Ferdinand Laufberger, a professor of Klimt’s whom the latter revered his entire life, is being accorded a place of honor. Besides Laufberger, the Ringstraße artists Ludwig Minnigerode, Friedrich Sturm, and Michael Rieser also left their mark as Klimt’s teachers on his work. Doubtless induced by Rudolf Eitelberger, modern artists such as Anselm Feuerbach likewise exercised an enduring influence on Klimt’s artistic development. The exhibition is thus dedicated to the influence of these years in the School of Arts and Crafts on Klimt’s oeuvre as a whole. Works from the MAK’s rich inventory, on show for the first time, are complemented by loans from international collections, illustrating the relationship between Klimt’s vocational training and his later artistic development.

VISITING THE MUSEUM + GUIDED TOURS
2G (vaccinated or recovered)
A FFP2 mask must be worn during the entire visit to the museum.
 
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is necessary - either in advance or directly on site if the tour is not fully booked. 
 
HEADPHONES
The tour requires headphones. Please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) if possible. 
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
Per person € 3,50 + admission to the museum 
 
MEETING PLACE
MAK Columned Main Hall

LANGUAGE
German
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