MAK temporarily closed

MAK temporarily closed

26.12.2020-8.2.2021
iCalSat, 26.12.2020–Mon, 25.01.2021
JOSEF HOFFMANN – Gespräch zum 150. GeburtstagPortrait of Josef Hoffmann, Vienna, after 1945 Photograph: Yoichi R. Okamoto © MAK
Online Livestream

JOSEF HOFFMANN – Gespräch zum 150. Geburtstag

iCalTue, 15.12.2020 6.00 pm
The MAK opens 8 December
Free admission 8 & 9 December

The MAK opens 8 December

iCalTue, 08.12.2020 10.00 am –Wed, 09.12.2020 7.00 pm
CANCELLED | AI Ethics
MAK FUTURE LAB

CANCELLED | AI Ethics

Book Presentation and Conversation with Mark Coeckelbergh, Philosopher of Technology
iCalTue, 03.11.2020 7.00 pm
registration no longer possible
MAK temporarily closed

MAK temporarily closed

iCalMon, 02.11.2020–Mon, 07.12.2020
MAK DAY 2020MAK Columned Main Hall © MAK/Mika K. Wisskirchen
Admission only € 6

MAK DAY 2020

LUXURY YESTERDAY—TODAY—TOMORROW
iCalMon, 26.10.2020 10.00 am 6.00 pm
Martina Menegon. when you are close to me I shiver Graphic Design: Theresa Hattinger
Exhibition Opening

Martina Menegon. when you are close to me I shiver

iCalTue, 20.10.2020 6.00 pm
Hidden Ceramic Art: The Werkstätten KARAU and Rudolf Felt © Kristine Subal and Franz M. Bogner
Book Presentation

Hidden Ceramic Art: The Werkstätten KARAU and Rudolf Felt

iCalTue, 13.10.2020 7.00 pm
Please registerHidden Ceramic Art: The Werkstätten KARAU and Rudolf Felt
Panel
Franz M. Bogner, author
Peter Hieke, publisher and author
Kristine Subal, publisher and author
Rainald Franz, Curator MAK Glass and Ceramics Collections
 
The 1910s and 1920s were boom years for the applied arts of the Danube region. In addition to the Wiener Werkstätte, a myriad of superb manufactures was established that manufactured form-conscious, high quality art objects in the style of the times and in the most varied materials. One of these companies was the Werkstätten KARAU in Vienna/Roth-Neusiedl. Especially the ceramics of this company were masterful in design and execution. These products are known on the art market but are clearly underestimated. The KARAU rarities have only been published by way of example to date. With this work now appearing, entitled Werkstätten Karau-Wien – Kostbarkeiten der wilden 20er (Werkstätten KARAU-Vienna—treasures of the wild 20s), we now have a documentation of this exciting manufacture, its brief history, and its artists.
 
Rudolf Felt, born in Vienna as Rudolf Feldbaum, was an artist who has remained completely unknown to date. His ceramics in particular turned up now and again in the trade, but the signatures could not be assigned. His artistic oeuvre is reconstructed and many of his designs and creations are presented in the book discussed here, entitled Die Entdeckung von Rudolf Felt (The discovery of Rudolf Felt). In workshops in Vienna and then in Kitzbühel, Rudolf Felt created high quality, often grotesque objects. He was also active on behalf of the Goldscheider company as a designer and counted Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, or Walter Bosse among his colleagues. Josef Hoffmann or Michael Powolny were among his teachers at the Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule (Vienna School of Arts and Crafts). This discovery closes a gap in the history of the applied arts of Viennese Modernism.
 
Registration required. 
Free admission to the event with your MAK-Ticket
Tuesdays 6–9 p.m. Admission only € 6
 
Visitors are obliged to wear a mask at all times in the museum. This thus also applies for the duration of the book presentation.
 
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Lange Nacht der ForschungLong Night of Research
ONLINE

Lange Nacht der Forschung

iCalFri, 09.10.2020–Wed, 30.12.2020
ORF-Museumszeit ORF-Museumszeit © ORF

ORF-Museumszeit

iCalSat, 03.10.2020–Sat, 10.10.2020
ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN - PanelPlasticpreneur by doing circular
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020 | MAK DESIGN NITE

ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN - Panel

iCalTue, 29.09.2020 7.00 pm
registration no longer possible
MAK DESIGN NITE 2020Festival Kampagne 2020 (Copyright © Bueronardin, Vienna Design Week)
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2020

MAK DESIGN NITE 2020

ZERO WASTE – CIRCULAR DESIGN
iCalTue, 29.09.2020 6.00 pm 10.00 pm
All events take place in German, unless otherwise mentioned.