Exhibitions Vienna and ideas for 2024 und 2025

The year 2024 allows us to visit wonderful exhibitions in Vienna. The Albertina, the Belvedere, the KHM and many other Viennese museums have again organized a high-quality program and wonderful works of art.

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recommended exhibitions vienna for 2024

1. Belvedere

In the Upper Belvedere: a permanent exhibition with highlights by Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller and icons of Viennese Modernism by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Helene Funke

12 April to 29 September 2024 Im Blick: Franz Anton Maulbertsch

The highlights in 2024 and 2025 in the Lower Belvedere:

February 23, 2024 – June 2, 2024 In the Eye of the Storm Modernisms in Ukraine
March 15, 2024 – September 8, 2024 Broncia Koller-Pinell
June 21, 2024 – October 6, 2024 Hannah Höch
September 27, 2024 – February 2, 2025 Akseli Gallen-Kallela
October 25, 2024 – January 12, 2025 Amoako Boafo Proper Love
February 21, 2025 – September 7, 2025 Gustav Klimt Pigment & Pixel

2. Art History Museum

February 2, 2024 to January 12, 2025 Jupiter and Mercury visit Philemon and Baucis – a look into the Rubens workshop

February 13, 2024 – October 13, 2024 in the Kunstkammer or February 13, 2024 – March 23, 2025 in the Coin Cabinet – Pomp & Coinage The emperors and their court artists
The exhibition focuses on the medal as an art object. The venue for this is the Kunstkammer and the Coin Cabinet.

March 19 to June 30, 2024 – Holbein. Burgkmair. Dürer. Renaissance in the North
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is dedicating its 2024 spring exhibition to three outstanding pioneers of the Renaissance north of the Alps: Hans Holbein the Elder, Hans Burgkmair and Albrecht Dürer.

October 8, 2024 to January 12, 2025 – Rembrandt – Hoogstraten Color and Illusion
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is presenting an exhibition on the important baroque painter Rembrandt for the first time.

3. Albertina exhibitions vienna

With the Batliner Collection, the Albertina owns one of the most important collections of classical modern painting in Europe. This can be admired as part of a permanent exhibition “Monet to Picasso”.

– until April 1, 2024: Katharina Grosse – Why three tones don’t form a triangle
– until April 28, 2024: Joel Sternfeld American Prospects

– February 29th to May 5th: 20 years of VERBUND COLLECTION – The anniversary exhibition presents new acquisitions in the context of ‘Gender, Identity & Diversity’ works that have never been seen in Austria
– March 8th to July 14th, 2024: Roy Lichtenstein on his 100th birthday
– May 1st to September 15th: Eva Beresin – Thick Air
– May 17th to October 13th: Franz Grabmayr

Albertina Modern:

– February 16th to August 18th: The Beauty of Diversity
– from August 14th: Alfred Kubin
– from September 13th: Erwin Wurm

4. Literaturmuseum

Permanent exhibition: A literary journey of discovery, the diversity and polyphony of Austrian literature from the late 18th century to the present.

5. MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts

The Vienna MAK and the Wiener Werkstätte

– until April 21st: Stars, feathers, tassels The Wiener Werkstätte artist Felice Rix-Ueno
– until May 20th: Hard/Soft Textiles and Ceramics in Contemporary Art
– until September 9th: Critical Consumption, a critical look at the fashion sector (industry)

6. Theatermuseum

The exhibition “Staging Hofmannsthal” will run in the Theatermuseum from January 31, 2024 to August 19, 2024. A tour through selected Hofmannsthal rooms that make the poet’s work and way of thinking visible in all its complexity.

7. Bank Austria Kunstforum

February 24, 2024 to June 2, 2024 – Roberto Matta (1911–2002) one of the most visionary painters of the 20th century.

June 13, 2024 to June 30, 2024 – Aldo Giannotti HOUSE OF CONSTRUCTS // in collaboration with Karin Pauer

October 3, 2024 to January 19, 2025 – In autumn and winter 2024, the Bank Austria Kunstforum Vienna is showing a major retrospective of Paul Gauguin’s work – the first in Austria since 1960.

8. Leopold Museum

The Leopold Museum in the new year the exhibitions:

MAX OPPENHEIMER – Expressionist from the very beginning, from October 6th, 2023 to February 25th, 2024
GABRIELE MÜNTER – Retrospective, from October 20, 2023 to February 18, 2024

UNKOWN FAMILIARS The collections of the Vienna Insurance Group May 8, 2024 – October 6, 2024
NEW OBJECTIVITY IN GERMANY 05/24/2024–09/29/2024
RUDOLF WACKER Magic and the depths of reality October 30, 2024–February 16, 2025
POETRY OF ORNAMENT The Backhausen Archive November 13, 2024–March 9, 2025

9. mumok

A selection of the exhibitions at mumok

The mumok will be closed until June 6, 2024 for renovation work.

June 7, 2024 to September 22, 2024: Avant-Garde and Liberation Contemporary art and decolonial modernity
June 7, 2024 to August 1, 2025: Jongsuk Yoon Kumgangsan
July 5th, 2024 to February 1st, 2026: Mapping the 60s art stories from the mumok collections October 19th, 2024 to February 23rd, 2025 Medardo Rosso The invention of modern sculpture
November 15, 2024 to May 4, 2025 Liliane Lijn Arise Alive

10. Wiener Secession

The Beethoven Frieze, the highlight of Viennese Art Nouveau
and many other exhibitions