ALBERTINA se nachází v historickém srdci Vídně a spojuje imperiální vkus s velkým uměním. Tato budova, bývalý okázalý habsburský palác a muzeum umění mezinárodního významu, láká dnes návštěvníky z celého světa, zvláště ty, kteří jsou zaměřeni na město a kulturu.

Muzeum tvoří díky střeše, kterou vytvořil v roce 2003 Hans Hollein, také architektonický ráz a v rámci svého rozmanitého výstavního programu představuje vynikající umělecká díla od 15. století až do současnosti. Speciální výstavy jako Albrecht Dürer, Van Gogh nebo Raffael dosáhly v minulých letech v ALBERTINĚ návštěvnických rekordů.

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On the occasion of Arnulf Rainer’s 90th birthday, the Albertina Museum is presenting a selection of his works from its extensive holdings. The focus here is above all on early overpaintings and crosses, works from Rainer’s large group of Face Farces (of which the Albertina Museum is home to several particularly central and important examples), and a series of equally impressive “veiled pictures”. Five years ago, the Albertina Museum already honored Arnulf Rainer with a large retrospective in celebration of his 85th birthday, testimony to the great esteem in which this internationally renowned Austrian artist is held.

The Albertina Museum is marking what would have been the hundredth birthday of Maria Lassnig (1919–2014) with a comprehensive look back upon her career, thus showing impressive key works and masterpieces by one of the most important woman artists of the 20th century. Among the multitude of themes to which Maria Lassnig devoted herself over the course of her life (including self-portraits, science fiction, relationships with people, animals, and technology, and how we relate to violence and war), a dominant golden thread running throughout her oeuvre’s content is the act of rendering her body-consciousness visible. As early as the late 1940s, Lassnig placed her own body at the center of her work—long before physical feeling, body language, and gender relations became central themes of the international avant-garde. She thus marked an important turning point in the history of modern art whose echoes can still be heard today. It was humorously and seriously, wistfully and mercilessly that the artist placed her perceptions of her own self on the painting surface. In this, it was not what she saw, but what she felt became the image. Exhibition organised by The Albertina Museum, Vienna in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

It has been decades since so many works by Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) have been seen in one place: thanks to valuable international loans, Vienna’s ALBERTINA Museum – itself home to numerous world-famous icons of drawing by Dürer including the Hare, Praying Hands, and Large Piece of Turf – will be presenting over 200 examples of Dürer’s drawings, printed graphics, and paintings in autumn 2019. Upon its reopening in 2003, it was with an exhibition of works by Albrecht Dürer that the ALBERTINA Museum ended up welcoming a total of half a million visitors. And now, a selection of over 100 drawings, a dozen paintings, personal writings, and other rare documents will present the oeuvre of this Renaissance genius more comprehensively than ever before.

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