in kitchen and cellar
Wed, 13.05.2009–Sun, 24.01.2010
MAK Metal Study Collection
Kitchen utensils and storage containers have never conformed to fashion, as they serve a utilitarian purpose, after all. Mostly
made of copper, bronze, or lead, or finished in some form of ceramic material, decorated with secular and religious motifs,
containers from both Europe and elsewhere were also eye-catchers in the kitchens, cellars, and pantries concerned.MAK Study Collection The MAK exhibits part of its extensive collection on a permanent basis in the Study Collection. The arrangement by materials
corresponds to the specializations of the collection's curators, while the selection of objects is based on major lines of
development. Temporary exhibitions offer an opportunity to cast a spotlight on various aspects of the collection and to consider
objects in the collection between the poles of applied and contemporary art.
Curator Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, MAK Curator Metal and Wiener Werkstätte Archive
Opening HoursTue 10 a.m.–10 p.m.Wed–Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.Mon closed
Admission€ 12 / reduced € 9Free admission for children and teens under 19Tuesdays 6–10 p.m. admission € 5 Family ticket € 15(two adults and at least one minor child up to 14)Vienna 1900-Combined Ticket€ 20 / reduced € 16valid for MAK and Leopold Museum
Guided ToursMAK TOURS – every Saturday at 11 a.m. a tour through the MAK in German; every Sunday at noon in English.Attendance fee: € 3,50 per person (1 h), € 5 per person (1,5 h), except children up to 6 and holders of
“Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur-Pass”
Special and Group Toursby advance bookingGabriele Fabiankowitsch, Head of Educational Program and Guided ToursT +43 1 711 36-298(Mon–Fri 10 a.m.–4 p.m.),
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Barrier Free AccessLift at the entrance at Weiskirchnerstraße 3, accessible toilets for disabled visitors.