The launch of the MAK website represents a further step towards making art and culture accessible to visitors and giving applied arts and contemporary art digital impact value.
In its capacity as a federal museum, the MAK is a public scientific institution, and under the terms of the Austrian Federal Museums Act, it comes under the supervision of the Federal Chancellery of Austria and under the control of the Auditor General.
In its capacity as a commercial enterprise (MAK Design Shop, Imaging Services and Permission), the MAK is a member of the Vienna Economic Chamber and is subject to the relevant provisions of trade-and-industry law.
Copyright The web pages of MAK – Museum of Applied Arts (www.MAK.at), their structure and all the information, data, texts, image and sound material contained therein, as well as all components employed for guaranteeing the functionality of these elements, are protected by copyright. The contents are only free for personal use in the context of the offered functionalities of the webpages. All other forms of use are prohibited. All photographic material is free for personal use and for use on social media channels only.
GENERAL DIRECTOR & ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Lilli Hollein
MANAGING DIRECTOR Teresa Mitterlehner-Marchesani
MAK SUPERVISORY BOARD Astrid Gilhofer (Chairman) Elisabeth Gürtler (Vice Chairman) Claudia Oetker, art collector, Frankfurt/Vienna Barbara Glück, Director Mauthausen Memorial Martin Böhm, Dorotheum GmbH & Co KG Alfred Grinschgl, Federal Ministry of Finance Alexander Palma, Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs Otto Aiglsperger, Union of Public Services Beate Murr, MAK