MARC CHAGALL, LES AMOUREUX, 1916 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © Bildrecht, Wien, 2018

  • GUSTAV KLIMT, CHURCH IN UNTERACH AM ATTERSEE, 1916 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection
  • FRANCIS BACON, STUDY FOR PORTRAIT OF HENRIETTA MORAES, 1964 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © The Estate of Francis Bacon, All rights reserved / Bildrecht, Wien, 2018
  • ANDY WARHOL, Four-Foot Flowers, 1964 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection | Foto: Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by Bildrecht, 2017
  • ALEXEJ VON JAWLENSKY, RED NUDES, 1912 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection
  • AUGUST MACKE, TWO WOMEN IN FRONT OF A HAT SHOP, 1913 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection
  • EGON SCHIELE, PORTRAIT OF A LADY (WALLY NEUZIL), 1912 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection
  • FRANZ MARC, RED DEER I, 1910 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection
  • EMIL NOLDE, ANNA WIED’S GARDEN, 1907 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © Nolde Stiftung Seebüll
  • YVES KLEIN, RE 1 (RELIEF ÉPONGE BLEU 1), 1958 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © The Estate of Yves Klein c/o Bildrecht, Wien, 2018
  • PABLO PICASSO, PLANTE DE TOMATE, 1944 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © Succession Picasso/ Bildrecht, Wien, 2018
  • LUCIAN FREUD, GIRL IN A WHITE DRESS, 1947 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © Lucian Freud Archive
  • LUCIO FONTANA, CONCETTO SPAZIALE ATTESE, 1959 © Courtesy Heidi Horten Collection © Bildrecht, Wien, 2018

WOW!

The Heidi Horten Collection

16.02.2018 – 29.07.2018

The exhibition “WOW! The Heidi Horten Collection” is the first public presentation of one of the most impressive European private collections. The presentation at the Leopold Museum fulfils the collector’s long-cherished wish to make the masterpieces meticulously collected by her since the 1990s by artists from Gustav Klimt to Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst accessible to a wide audience. Featuring more than 150 works from 100 years of art history, the presentation affords individual insights into the spectrum of art and artists united by Heidi Goess-Horten under one roof. The largest groups of works are those of Expressionism and American Pop Art. On display will be works by Marc Chagall, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Gustav Klimt, August Macke, Franz Marc, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Egon Schiele, Francis Bacon, Georg Baselitz, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jean Dubuffet, Lucio Fontana, Lucian Freud, Damien Hirst, Alex Katz, Yves Klein, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and many others.

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