7 million visitors, 119 exhibitions and 30,000 guided tours in two decades
zu 20 Years of the Leopold Museum: “A Young Institution with International Appeal”
For the first time, the Leopold Museum is presenting the still largely unknown Schedlmayer Collection.
zu THE SCHEDLMAYER COLLECTION: A DISCOVERY!
Emotional advertising campaign to kick off anniversary celebrations
zu 20 YEARS OF THE LEOPOLD MUSEUM: WHAT WILL YOU FEEL?
In a dialogue with Cézanne, Degas, Giacometti, Maillol, Picasso, Rodin, and many others
zu An artist at the intersection of Modernism: The Leopold Museum honors the sculptor Josef Pillhofer
The Leopold Museum was delighted to receive an art-historically momentous donation from a generous Viennese citizen with Hans Makart’s triptych “Modern Cupids”.
zu Eminent Makart donation for the Leopold Museum
Decoration and citizenship certificate bestowed on renowned literary scholar at the Leopold Museum
zu Leopold Museum: Marjorie Perloff awarded Austrian Cross of Honor for Science and Art, First Class, as well as Citizenship
The Body Electric shows little-known depictions of patients by Erwin Dominik Osen and Egon Schiele – further exhibitions were extended
zu Re-opening of the Leopold Museum on 5th May with a new focus exhibition
Sonja Hammerschmid is the new member of the Board of Directors of the Leopold Museum Private Foundation. In this function, she succeeds the long-standing president of the Austrian Chamber of Labor, Werner Muhm, who acted as the private foundation’s board member from 2008. Sonja Hammerschmid was appointed by Andrea Mayer, Secretary of State in the Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport.
zu SONJA HAMMERSCHMID NEW MEMBER OF THE LEOPOLD MUSEUM’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ludwig Wittgenstein. Photography as an Analytical Practice
zu 70th Anniversary of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Death
The extensive exhibition unites works by Boeckl, Böhler, Dobrowsky, Egger-Lienz, Faistauer, Frankl,Kolig, Pauser, Wickenburg and Walde from the period between 1918 and 1938
zu THE TWILIGHT OF HUMANITY: THE LEOPOLD MUSEUM PRESENTS 11 ARTISTS OF AUSTRIAN MODERNISM