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Friends/Support

The MAK offers a wide array of opportunities to support both its diverse programming and its world-renowned collection covering various eras, materials, and artistic disciplines.

As part of the museum’s reorientation under the leadership of Director Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, the MAK has devoted itself to the theme of “Change through Applied Art.” This focus serves to highlight the active contribution that applied art can make to the positive transformation of our society with respect to social, ecological, and cultural issues.

The MAK, founded in 1863 as the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, also works to effect lasting improvement of the relationship between art and the business world. This gives rise to unique avenues of cooperation with sponsors from business as well as with friends, patrons, supporters, and volunteers.

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MAK ART SOCIETY (MARS)

Your Active Support Makes the MAK Into a Place of Living Art
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Sponsoring

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International Friends of the MAK Vienna (IFMAK)

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Freier Artikel

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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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MAK Collection – online: Viennese Porcelain Part II, Du Paquier (1718–1744)

Project Manager: Rainald Franz, MAK Curator, Glass and Ceramics; Project Assistants: Harald Bauer, Lisa Nowy
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Kazin Ayagi

Screening and Panel Discussion
Tue, 05.03.2013, 7.00 PM

MAK Lecture Hall

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MAK Vienna

House on the Ring
In a way that is virtually unparalleled by any other institution, the MAK stands for the fruitful combination of the past with the future, something which can be clearly sensed and experienced when visiting its extensive collection, large exhibition halls, themed special exhibitions and discourse-centered program of events. Bringing together applied arts, design, architecture, and contemporary art is one of the museum’s core competencies, in light of which it becomes apparent just what contribution the interplay of these areas is capable of making to overall cultural development.
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REBECCA BARON, DORIT MARGREITER.

Poverty Housing. Americus, Georgia
Published for the exhibition of the same title (8.10.2008–8.3.2009)
German/English
36 Pages, numerous illustrations
28 x 21 cm, hardcover, cloth binding
MAK Vienna / Schlebrügge.Editor 2009
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