WAM-Newsletter

Newsletter 003/24

WAM proudly supportS the Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale!

WAM stands firmly behind the Austrian Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale. The main reason for WAM’s support is the pavilion’s focus on exploring societal change over time. At the heart of WAM’s commitment is the belief in the freedom of art. In today’s world, where ideological constraints can be stifling, it’s crucial to provide spaces where art can flourish without restriction. Vienna Actionism was a radical, direct, and confrontational art movement in the 1960s that questioned all societal norms and conventions, thus catalyzing societal change. It not only de-stigmatized all human aspects in its representation but also abandoned the tableau in favor of the three-dimensional media and experience of art. Vienna Actionism often met with misunderstanding and even brought some of its main protagonists imprisonment.

From April 18th onwards, the pavilion has been showcasing an intriguing exhibition titled “Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere” by Anna Jermolaewa, a Russian-born artist living in Vienna. Her work delves into themes of human coexistence, societal dynamics, and political realities, drawing from her personal experiences with migration and her advocacy for nonviolent resistance against authoritarian regimes.

Opening of the Austrian Pavilion
60th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia 2024
“Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere”
Curator: Gabriele Spindler, Artist: Anna Jermolaewa

FATIMA HELLBERG APPOINTED AS mumok DIRECTOR

WAM congratulates Fatima Hellberg on her appointment as the new director of mumok, effective October 2025. WAM Director Julia Moebus-Puck, from Cologne, has closely observed Hellberg’s work at the Bonn Kunstverein in recent years. „I’m looking forward to collaborating with mumok and its new director to once again bring Vienna Actionism to the forefront of the international art scene in the coming years.“

WAM ON TOUR

WAM followed the friendly invitation to explore the Günter Brus exhibition, hosted by Kunsthaus Bregenz – a thorough retrospective of his artistic journey. Following Brus’ last performance, “Die Zerreissprobe,” in Munich in 1970, the artist shifted his focus back to drawing, integrating it more closely with his literary pursuits. This fusion earned him the title of a “visual poet.”

The exhibition will remain on display until May 20th.

 

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SEEN AT WAM –
RUDOLF SCHWARZKOGLER
2. Aktion, 1965

Rudolf Schwarzkogler contrasted menacing objects with human and animal bodies, by placing them in close proximity to each other. These so-called object-body configurations often featured Heinz Cibulka as the model. He is considered a close friend and associate of the Vienna Actionists and continues to work as a photographer in Austria.

In Rudolf Schwarzkogler’s 2nd Action, specific segments of his body were presented on a table and adorned with various markings and objects, creating new perspectives and layers of meaning, some of which even resembled paintings.

Rudolf Schwarzkogler
2. Aktion, Summer 1965
Studio Heinz and Franziska Cibulka, Kaiserstraße 16, 1070 Vienna
b/w photographs
with: Heinz Cibulka
Photo: Ludwig Hoffenreich

DATES AND EVENTS

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

In addition to our director-led and public tours, WAM will also offer special tours focusing on the individual Viennese Actionists, starting in May.

Every Sunday at 3 p.m., a different Vienna Actionist will be featured.
The first tour will be dedicated to Günter Brus. He was the only one of the four Vienna Actionists who exclusively worked with his own body and that of his wife, Anni Brus. Brus continuously pushed his own psychophysical limits in his work. With the “Zerreissprobe” in Munich in 1970, he concluded his time as an Actionist and subsequently focused on drawing and literature.

Sunday, May 5th, at 3 p.m.

Book in person, or online

 


 

TREAT YOURSELF TO AN ART BREAK AT WAM!
Starting from May 8th, every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., we’ll be hosting a 45-minute art break where our staff members will present their favorite pieces from our exhibition. Why not take some time to step out of your daily routine and join us during your lunch break to get inspired. You’ll be amazed by the fascination that a work from our exhibition can evoke.

Book in person, or online

 


 

PRIVATE TOURS
Private tours are available upon request.

Duration: 75 minutes
Languages: DE, EN, FR, RU, IT, SP, UKR, RUM
Cost: €120.00 excluding admission
(Group discount available for groups of 5 or more, €5.00 per person)
For groups of up to 25 people, bookings can be made in person or online

 


 

Mumok visits WAM
14 May 2024, 6:00 PM

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BOOK RECOMMENDATION

New arrival in our shop:
“Unauthorized Art: The Public Space as an Artistic Arena”
by Randolf Helmstetter, published in 2022 by Transcript Verlag.

Randolf Helmstetter delves into the tension between art and law, focusing specifically on unauthorized art projects for the first time. He illustrates the connections between art, illegality, and the public sphere, offering new perspectives on artistic interventions in outdoor spaces beyond street art and graffiti, with an interdisciplinary approach. Excursions into the fringes of art and glimpses into current popular cultural phenomena provide additional insights.

EXHIBITION RECOMMENDATIONS

6 HOURS, 2 SCORES, 12 ROOMS
nitsch museum

Duration performance by Andrea Cusumano and Marino Formenti

May 18, 2024, starting at 3:30 PM
Registration for the performance is requested:

anmeldung@nitschmuseum.at

More Info

 


 

HERMANN NITSCH
Relikte, Installationen, Papierarbeiten und Fotografien
Galerie Sommer

Liebenauer Hauptstraße 322, 8041 Graz

Until June 22, 2024

More Info

 


 

Günter Brus
EIN IRRER WISCH

Neue Galerie Graz, BRUSEUM
Joanneumsviertel, 8010 Graz
Opening: May 8, 2024, at 7:00 PM

More Info

 


 

THE ART THAT REMAINS
COLLECTION – INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF YOUNG ARTISTS DANUVIUS 1968
Slovak National Gallery

The exhibition showcases a series of works from the collection of the Slovak National Gallery, from the legendary International Biennial of Young Artists DANUVIUS 68

Until August 25, 2024

More Info

TIPP

Film Museum Wien
Program Preview May / June 2024

See programme

Newsletter 001/24

Aktuelles

Nun ist es fix: am 15. März eröffnet das Wiener Aktionismus Museum (WAM). Es ist das erste Museum weltweit, das dem Wiener Aktionismus und seiner kulturwissenschaftlichen Bedeutung eine dauerhafte Plattform bietet.

Gegründet wurde das WAM von sechs Kunstsammlern, die im Jahr 2022 die Sammlung Friedrichshof erworben haben. Die Sammlung Friedrichshof ist die bedeutendste Privatsammlung zum Wiener Aktionismus. Mit dem WAM wollen Reza Akhavan, Jürgen Boden, Daniel Jelitzka, Philipp Konzett, Dirk Ströer und Christian Winkler  den kulturgeschichtliche Einfluss des Wiener Aktionismus zur Entwicklung der performativen Künste weltweit aufgezeigen.

Direktorin des neuen Wiener Museums ist Julia Moebus-Puck. Die 38-jährige gebürtige Deutsche hat sich in ihrer bisherigen kunstwissenschaftlichen Tätigkeit mit der Rezeption des Wiener Aktionismus auseinandergesetzt. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt dabei auf einer Untersuchung der Entwicklung des Werkes von Hermann Nitsch. „Mir liegt als Direktorin sehr viel daran, dass diese bedeutende österreichische Kunstrichtung nach 1945 wissenschaftlich weiter aufgearbeitet wird. Dadurch sollen neue Betrachtungsweisen möglich werden, damit sich die beeindruckende Vielfalt des WA dem Kunstinteressierten erschließt.“
Und die WAM-Direktorin weiter: „Ich möchte kreative, neugierige und sozialkritische Denkansätze fördern, die – auch interdisziplinär – das Zeigen von Kunst und die Bedingungen ihrer Möglichkeiten überprüfen.“ Dafür werden in regelmäßigen Abständen auch zeitgenössische künstlerische Positionen präsentiert, die mit dem Wiener Aktionismus in Verbindung stehen. Spezielle Vortragsreihen, Podiumsdiskussionen und Vermittlungsangebote sollen zu neuen Diskursen anregen.

Die für März 2024 geplante Eröffnungsausstellung „Was ist Wiener Aktionismus?“, die Moebus-Puck mit ihrem Team derzeit vorbereitet, widmet sich der kunsthistorischen und gesellschaftspolitischen Entwicklung des Wiener Aktionismus

WERK DES MONATS

Ein Key Visual des WAM ist eine Fotografie Ludwig Hoffenreichs von Günter Brus Selbstbemalung II aus dem Jahr 1964. Diese Aktion von Brus ist ein grossartiges Beispiel für die Überwindung des Tafelbilds, das typisch für den Wiener Aktionismus ist.

Bei der Selbstbemalung II handelt es sich um eine Reihe von 20 Fotografien, die 1964 im Atelier Sailer aufgenommen wurden. Brus setzte seinen eigenen Körper und den ihn umgebenden Raum als Material ein und machte sie damit zu einem eigenen Ausdruckswerk. Er hebt sich damit deutlich von seinen Künstlerkollegen ab, die ihre Aktionen nur selten mit dem eigenen Körper, dafür zumeist mit Akteuren und Akteurinnen durchgeführt haben. Es findet eine Verwandlung des Raumes, seines Körpers und allen Objekten statt. Weiße und schwarze Farbe lassen den Künstler bzw seinen Körper und nach in seinem Werk verschwinden.

Günter Brus, Selbstbemalung II, 1964, 49 x 39,5 cm
Foto: Ludwig Hoffenreich

LITERATUREMPFEHLUNG

Die Wiener Aktionisten mussten immer wieder für ihre Aktionen Haftstrafen verbüßen. Teilweise entgingen sie dieser auch durch die Flucht ins Ausland wie beispielsweise Günter Brus. Grund war die radikale, provokative und schonungslose Darstellung ihrer Aktionen.

Herbert Lackner beschreibt in seinem neuen Buch das Ringen von Autor:innen, Musiker:innen und Künstler:innen um ihre Freiheit – eine politische Kulturgeschichte Österreichs. Auch dem Wiener Aktionismus ist hier ein Kapitel gewidmet.

Herbert Lackner
Als Schnitzler mit dem Kanzler stritt
Eine politische Kulturgeschichte Österreichs
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BLICK HINTER DIE KULISSEN

Im WAM wird fleissig gearbeitet bis zur Eröffnung am 15. März 2024.
Ein exklusiver Blick hinter die Kulissen für unsere Newsletter-Abonnent:innen.

DAS WAM STELLT VOR …

Julia Moebus-Puck, Direktorin Wiener Aktionismus Museum

Julia Moebus-Puck ist Kuratorin und Kunstwissenschaftlerin mit Fokus auf Performancekunst und Wiener Aktionismus. Moebus-Puck studierte bis 2013 an der Fachhochschule Dortmund Fotografie. Danach war sie als freie Fotoassistentin unter anderem bei Alice Rosati, Jens Stuart und Vincent Peters in Paris tätig. 2014 begann sie ein Studium der Kunstgeschichte, das sie an der Universität Bonn mit Master of Arts abschloss. Aktuell promoviert sie über das performative Ausstellen. In der Zeit ihres Studiums gründete sie ihre eigene Kreativagentur 0815 studio und das Studio Superpopp, war von 2015 bis 2020 freischaffende Kunstvermittlerin des Max Ernst Museum in Brühl, des Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck und der Art Basel. 2018 begann sie als Kunstvermittlerin im Albertina Museum Wien zu arbeiten. Seit 2016 liegt der Fokus ihrer kunstwissenschaftlichen Auseinandersetzungen auf der Entwicklung performativer Kunst und ihrer Rezeption, insbesondere des Wiener Aktionismus. Dazu hat sie zahlreiche Ausstellungen kuratiert, u.a. im Osthaus Museum Hagen und der Galerie Schönewald. Von 2020 bis 2022 baute sie im Museum Kurhaus Kleve das Ausstellungsarchiv von Richard Long auf, dem Hauptvertreter der Land Art. 2023 wurde sie mit der Direktion des neugegründeten Wiener Aktionismus Museum betreut, das im März 2024 eröffnet.

Foto: @studiokoekart

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Jetzt Geschlossen

Eröffnungsausstellung

Was ist Wiener Aktionismus?

Gunter Brus

Otto Muehl

Hermann Nitsch

Rudolf Schwarzkogler

15.03.2024 – 31.01.2025

Now closed

opening exhibition

What is Vienna Actionism?

Gunter Brus

Otto Muehl

Hermann Nitsch

Rudolf Schwarzkogler

15.03.2024 – 31.01.2025

APPLICATION
WAM SPECIAL PENTECOST FESTIVAL

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 60 minutes
The guided tour is included in the admission price.

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

APPLICATION
Individual (group) guided tour

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 75 minutes
Cost: € 120.00 plus admission

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Application
Special themed tour
Art Break

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 45 minutes
The guided tour is included in the admission price.

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Application
Special themed tour
WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Application
Special themed tour
WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 60 minutes
The guided tour is included in the admission price.

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Application
Public guided tour

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 60 minutes
The guided tour is included in the admission price.

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Application DIRECTOR’S TOUR

Note to the participants

Meeting point: Foyer / Entrance
Duration of the tour: 60 minutes
The guided tour is included in the admission price.

Tickets

Admission 7,00 €
Concession 3,50 €

Free Admission

Entitled to free admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Children & young people under the age of 18
  • People with disabilities
  • ICOM Members
  • Members of Kulturpass

Concession

Entitled to reduced admission upon presentation of the necessary proof:
  • Students, apprentices/trainees aged up to 27
  • Seniors aged 65 and over

Group Admission

Group size: from 5 to max. 25 people
Admission: 5,00 € (p.P.)

Ticketcooperations

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays
11:00 AM – 6:00 Pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

OPENING
MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now closed

OPENING MARCH 15, 2024
5:00 PM

Now Closed

Wed. – Sun. and on public holidays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Whit Monday, May 20, 2024 Closed

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Copyright 2024 WA-M Wiener Aktionismus Museum GmbH

Now Closed

Opening exhibition

What is Vienna Actionism?

Gunter Brus

Otto Muehl

Hermann Nitsch

Rudolf Schwarzkogler

15.03.2024 – 31.01.2025

Dates & Events

May 2024

May 19, Sunday, 10:15 AM

Vienna Actionism Museum & Whitsun Festival

Director Julia Moebus-Puck is offering a special guided tour of the exhibition ‘What is Vienna Actionism?’ at the new Vienna Actionism Museum on Whitsunday. The museum will open at 10 a.m. on this day to mark the occasion. Admission costs €7 for adults (€3.50 for students/seniors) and the guided tour is free.

more Info

May 19, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Hermann Nitsch

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

May 22, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

May 25, Saturday, 11:00 AM

Director’s tour

May 26, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Otto Muehl

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

May 26, Sunday, 4:00 PM (EN)

Public guided Tour in English

May 29, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

June 2024

June 2, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Rudolf Schwarzkogler

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

June 5, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

June 9, Sunday, 3:00 PM (EN)

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Gunter Brus / in English

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

June 9, Sunday, 4:00 PM

Public guided Tour

June 12, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

June 16, Sunday, 3:00 PM (EN)

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Hermann Nitsch / in English

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

June 19, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

June 22, Saturday, 11:00 AM

Director’s tour

June 23, Sunday, 3:00 PM (EN)

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Otto Muehl / in English

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

June 23, Sunday, 4:00 PM (EN)

Public guided Tour in English

June 26, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

June 30, Sunday, 3:00 PM (EN)

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Rudolf Schwarzkogler / in English

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

July 2024

July 3, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

July 6, Saturday, 11:00 AM

Director’s tour

July 7, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Gunter Brus

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

July 7, Sunday, 4:00 PM

Public guided Tour

July 10, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

July 14, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Hermann Nitsch

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

July 6, Saturday, 11:00 AM

Director’s tour

July 17, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

July 21, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Otto Muehl

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

July 21, Sunday, 4:00 PM

Public guided Tour

July 24, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.

July 28, Sunday, 3:00 PM

WHO ARE THE VIENNA ACTIONISTS?

Rudolf Schwarzkogler

Special themed tours, each focussing on one of the four Vienna Actionists.

July 31, Wednesday, 12:30 PM

Art Break

A 45-minute art break, during which our staff will present their favourite works from the collection.