BOLD AND FREE!

The Invasion of Hidden Objects
Tue, 08.12.2020 – Sun, 06.06.2021
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MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Baroque Rococo Classicism
Intervention: peccadillo
Object: Domino Hood with Silk Facemask,
prob. Italy, 16th c.
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
Intervention: close to utopia
Objects: Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Francesco Piranesi, Carceri d’Invenzione, Paris, 1800, and Lebbeus Woods, Siteline Vienna, 1998
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Renaissance Baroque Rococo
Intervention: entry of the bride
Object: White Lady’s Dress with Gold Embroidery, Wedding Gown of Baroness Caroline von Holzhausen, Vienna, 1793
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Empire Style Biedermeier
Intervention: tittle-tattle
Object: Heinz Frank, SITZ DOCH SEELE /01 [JUST SIT SOUL /01]
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
Intervention: close to utopia
Object in the foreground: Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Francesco Piranesi, Carceri d’Invenzione, Paris, 1800
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Baroque Rococo Classicism
Intervention: BOLD AND FREE!
Chiavari Chair, 1850–1860
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Baroque Rococo Classicism
Intervention: BOLD AND FREE!
Chiavari Chair, 1850–1860 
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Renaissance Baroque Rococo
Intervention: focus on daily life
Egon Schiele, Bauernkrüge [Peasants’ Jugs], 1918 
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Empire Style Biedermeier
Intervention: superficial
Cabinet from the Factory of Glanzstoff Austria, St. Pölten, 1920s
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Carpets
Intervention: seen off the premises 
Padhi Frieberger, Mail-Art Fahrrad [Mail Art Bicycle]
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Carpets
Intervention: fabulous
from left to right: Ciborium Crowns, Hall in Tyrol, 1657; Heinrich Wirrich, “True Description
of the Most Christian, Most Commendable, and Most Royal Settlement or Marriage”, 1571 
© MAK/Georg Mayer
 
MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
Intervention: Make room for the Maestra!
Anna-Lülja Praun, Settee for Herbert von Karajan, 1959
and Intervention: visiting friends
Ulrike Müller, Rug (con tacón), 2018
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
Intervention: war of the buttons
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900
Intervention: at home
Patrick Rampelotto, Daybed Josephine, 2013
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK DESIGN LAB
Intervention: paradise desk
Oswald Haerdtl, Secretary Desk, 1951
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2020
BOLD AND FREE! The Invasion of Hidden Objects
MAK Columned Main Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

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