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Exhibition: “Silver Age. Russian Art in Vienna around 1900″

June 27. – September 28. 2014 – The exhibition focuses on Russian art and the cultural connections between Russia and Austria at the beginning of the 20th century. Works by Michail Vrubel, Valentin Serov, Nicholas Roerich and Boris Kustodiev will be shown. They were already on display in Vienna 100 years ago. (3., Rennweg 6, www.belvedere.at)

Summer at the Danube Canal

Strandbar Herrmann, Badeschiff, Motto am Fluss, Adria Wien, Tel Aviv Beach or Summerstage along the Danube Canal invite to spend warm summe revenings by the water drinking cocktails and enjoying culinary treats. (www.wien.info)

Exhibition: “Hollein”

June 25. – October 05. 2014 – the MAK (Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art) is dedicating an extensive presentation to Hans Hollein who passd away recently. The exhibition will focus on his pioneering role in the field of museum architecture and his Biennale contributions. (1., Stubenring 5, www.mak.at)

Exhibition: “The Metropolis Experiment – Vienna and the 1873 World Exhibition”

May 11. – September 28.2014 – Centre of the exhibition at the Wien Museum is the 1873 World Exhibition on the grounds of Vienna`s Prater area. Another spotlight is the construction of Vienna`s Ringstrasse boulevard which changed the city strongly. 2015 Vienna celebrates the 150th anniversary of the famous Ringstrasse. (Wien Museum, 4., Karlsplatz, www.ringstrasse2015.info)

 

Exhibition series: “100 Years Since World War I”

From now on till the start of 2015. The year 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I. Numerous Viennese institutions will host exhibitions on different perspectives to remind the devastating consequences of the War and the years 1914 to 1918. (Current: Wienbibliothek at City Hall, Vienna City and Country Archieve, Orangery, MUSA, Jewisch Museum Vienna, Austrian National Library; All exhibitions: www.vienna.info)