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MAK ON TOUR

MAK ON TOUR has been hitting the road since 2006. This program organizes cultural tours featuring expert-led visits to selected centers of art and architecture. Destinations and themes have to do with current MAK exhibitions and with the MAK Collection. One of this program’s regularly recurring events is the MAK ON TOUR trip to the opening of the annual temporary exhibition at the Josef Hoffmann Museum in Brtnice* (Czech Republic).

For further information:
T: +43 1 711 36-231
marketing@MAK.at

* A joint branch of the Moravian Gallery in Brno and MAK Vienna
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MAK ON TOUR day trip

Kamenice Castle nad Lipou and Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, CZ
iCalSun, 28.09.2014, 8.00 a.m.

Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, Czech Republic

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Exhibition

JOSEF HOFFMANN: Inspirations

Permanent exhitibition since June 16, 2009
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Expositur

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Josef Hoffmann Museum

Brtnice, Czech Republic
Since 2005, the house in Brtnice, Czech Republic where Josef Hoffmann was born has been playing host to temporary exhibitions featuring themes related to Hoffman and his circle with the aim of keeping the life and work of this pioneering Austrian architect alive in the public consciousness.
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JOSEF HOFFMANN / STANISLAV KOLÍBAL:

Planes – Lines – Spaces
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Random

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DENNIS HOPPER

A System of Moments
Published for the exhibition of the same title (30.5.–7.10.2001)
German/English
320 pages, approx. 250 illustrations
22 x 30 cm, paperback
MAK, Vienna / Hatje Cantz Verlag Publishers, Ostfildern-Ruit,-Ruit 2001
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KURT KOCHERSCHEIDT

Das fortlaufende Bild - The Continuing Image
Published for the exhibition of the same title (25.6.–5.10.2003)
German/English
248 pages, 168 illustrations, mainly in colored
32 x 24 cm, paperback
MAK, Vienna / Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, 2003
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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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Permanent Collection Art Nouveau Art Deco

Designing artists: Eichinger oder Knechtl
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