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MAK Restoration

The experts in the MAK workshops restore precious and unique art objects. Depending on available capacity, they also accept outside commissions for restoration of glass, ceramics and stone, woodwork and furniture, objects and sculptures, paper and graphic art, textiles and upholstery, and clocks and clockwork mechanisms.

Contact
Manfred Trummer, head of MAK conservation and workshops
T +43 1 71136-260

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MAK Collection

The History of the MAK Collection - from the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry to today’s MAK
The MAK is home to an unparalleled collection of applied arts, design, architecture, and contemporary art which has developed in the course of almost 150 years.
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Research

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Research and Scholarship at the MAK Library and Works on Paper Collection

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Contemporary Art Collection

Curator: Bärbel Vischer
The circa 1,500 works, work groups and bundles of documentation contained in this collection encompass the areas of fine art and architecture: from avant-garde movements of the 1920s to current artistic stances, the holdings encompass works in various media such as drawing, painting, photography video and film, as well as objects, sculptures, installations, environments and architecture-related contributions including designs, models and animations.
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Collection of Bentwood Furniture

Project Manager: Sebastian Hackenschmidt, MAK Curator, Furniture and Woodwork
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MAK Lecture Series CHANGING ARCHITECTURE

Eric Owen Moss

Here Comes the Blind Commissioner. They've Got Him in a Trance - with apologies to Bob Dylan
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Cooperation University of Applied Arts, Vienna

Exhibition series APPLIED ARTS. NOW
The exhibition series APPLIED ARTS. NOW is intended to serve as a platform for contemporary forms of applied art and thus provide greater visibility for particularly interesting artistic stances originated by graduates of the University of Applied Arts who live and work on a freelance basis in Austria.
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