POST-OTTO WAGNER

From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
Wed, 30.05.2018 – Sun, 30.09.2018
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Otto Wagner, Table for the exhibition hall of the “Die Zeit” Dispatch Office in Vienna, 1902
Execution: J. & J. Kohn
© MAK/Nathan Murrell
Otto Wagner, Cabinet for Otto Wagner’s dining room in Vienna, 6th district, Köstlergasse 3, 1899
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Wiener Werkstätte, Postcard No. 251 with portrait of Otto Wagner, Vienna, 1911
© MAK
Adolf Krischanitz, Barhocker S3 (m06), 1986
© Adolf Krischanitz
Otto Wagner, Chair Model No. 6050, for the securities exchange hall in the Imperial Royal Austrian Postal Savings Bank annex, Vienna, 1912/13
Execution: Gebrüder Thonet
© Wagner:Werk, Museum Postsparkasse, Vienna
Elke Krystufek, Nur der Stern ist authentisch [Only the Star Is Authentic],  2017
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Elke Krystufek, The City Sayz No Way: Wagner 2017, 2017
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Banking Hall of the Imperial Royal Austrian Postal Savings Bank  
From: Der Architekt [The Architect], 1907 
© MAK
Imperial Royal Austrian Postal Savings Bank, Warm-Air Blower (detail)
© Hagen Stier, 2015
Imperial Royal Austrian Postal Savings Bank,  Small Banking Hall
© Hagen Stier, 2015
Imperial Royal Austrian Postal Savings Bank, Grand Banking Hall
© Hagen Stier, 2015
Gustav Siegel, Armchair, presented at the world exhibition in Paris, 1900
Execution: J. & J. Kohn
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Otto Wagner, Armchair for the Austrian Postal Savings Bank in Vienna, 1904–1906
Execution: J. & J. Kohn
© MAK/Nathan Murrell
Andrea Branzi, Armchair Revers, Italy, 1993
Execution: Cassina
© MAK/Nathan Murrell
Otto Wagner, Ausgestaltung der Quai des Donau Canales. Neue Aspern und Ferdinandbrücke. Regulierung des Stubenviertels von Otto Wagner [Design of the Danube Canal Quay. New Aspern and Ferdinand Bridges. Regulation of the Stuben Quarter by Ottto Wagner]
In: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Entwürfe und ausgeführte Projekte, Vol. 2, Vienna 1897, sheet 65
© MAK
Otto Wagner, Wiener Stadtbahn, Haltestelle Akademiestrasse. Rechtsseitiger Pavillon mit transparenter Uhr. Kreuzung. k. k. Polytechnischen Institute [Vienna Metrolpolitan Railway, Akademiestrasse Station. Right-side pavilion with transparent clock. Crossing at the Imperial Royal Polytechnic Institute]
In: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Entwürfe und ausgeführte Projekte, Vol. 3, Vienna 1906, sheet 3
© MAK
Otto Wagner, Nieder Oest. Landes Heil- und Pflegeanstalten. Die Anstaltskirche [Lower Austrian Provincial Sanatoria and Convalescant Institutions. The Institution Church]
In: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Entwürfe und ausgeführte Projekte, Vol. 3, Vienna 1906, sheet 36
© MAK
Otto Wagner, K. K. Postsparkassenamtsgebäude in Wien [Imperial Royal Postal Savings Bank in Vienna]
In: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Entwürfe und ausgeführte Projekte, Vol. 3, Vienna 1906, sheet 45
© MAK
Rudolf Weiss, Hotel Wien, perspektivischer Schnitt [Hotel Vienna, perspective profile]
In: Otto Schoenthal (ed.), Das Ehrenjahr Otto Wagners an der k. k. Akademie der bildenden Künste in Wien. Arbeiten seiner Schüler. Projekte, Studien u. Skizzen [The Year in Honor of Otto Wagner at the Imperial Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna: Works from his students. Projects, studies and sketches], Vienna 1912, p. 23
© MAK
Rupert Pokorny, Projekt für eine Thermen- und Kuranlage in Vöslau, Vogelperspektive [Project for a thermal bath and spa facility in Vöslau, bird’s eye view]
In: Otto Schoenthal (ed.), Das Ehrenjahr Otto Wagners an der k. k. Akademie der bildenden Künste in Wien. Arbeiten seiner Schüler. Projekte, Studien u. Skizzen [The Year in Honor of Otto Wagner at the Imperial Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna: Works from his students. Projects, studies and sketches], Vienna 1912, p. 39
© MAK
Koloman Moser, Company sign for the Flögge sisters’ fashion salon
Vienna, 1904
Execution: Wiener Mosaikwerkstätte
Glass mosaic
© MAK
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Living Room and Music Room. Panels by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh
In: Leopold Bauer, Das Haus eines Kunstfreundes: ein Entwurf in 12 Tafeln [The House for an Art Lover: A Design in 12 Panels], Darmstadt 1902, pl. VII
© MAK
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Untitled
In: Leopold Bauer, Das Haus eines Kunstfreundes: ein Entwurf in 12 Tafeln [The House for an Art Lover: A Design in 12 Panels], Darmstadt 1902, pl. VI
© MAK
Otto Wagner, Vignettes Meister [Master] and Schüler [Student]
In: Otto Wagner, Moderne Architektur. Seinen Schülern ein Führer auf diesem Kunstgebiete [Modern Architecture: A Guidebook for His Students to this Field of Art], 3rd edition, Vienna 1902, p. 18
© MAK
Otto Wagner, Vignettes Meister [Master] and Schüler [Student]
In: Otto Wagner, Moderne Architektur. Seinen Schülern ein Führer auf diesem Kunstgebiete [Modern Architecture: A Guidebook for His Students to this Field of Art], 3rd edition, Vienna 1902, p. 18
© MAK
Otto Wagner, Roof Acroteria (Goddess of Victory)
Photo: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Otto Wagner, The mock architecture of the Attica
Photo: Luiza Ellert / Copyright: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Otto Wagner, Main Banking Hall
Photo: Luiza Ellert / Copyright: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Otto Wagner, Main Banking Hall, 1906
Photo: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Otto Wagner, Small Banking Hall, today central room of the Museum WAGNER:WERK
Photo: Luiza Ellert / Copyright: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Otto Wagner, Large Meeting Room
Photo: Luiza Ellert / Copyright: P.S.K.-Archive
The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Exhibition View, 2018
POST-OTTO WAGNER
From the Postal Savings Bank to Post-Modernism
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer
Exhibition View, 2018
WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Former public area in the Small Banking Hall of 1912 with authentic furniture designed by Otto Wagner © Stefan Seelig. The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Exhibition View, 2018
WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Spatial Splittings by photographer and architect Hagen Stier © Stefan Seelig. The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Exhibition View; 2018
WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Visionary sketches by Otto Wagner, published in “Der Architekt” © Stefan Seelig. The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Exhibition View, 2018
WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Former work area in the Small Banking Hall with historical plans of the “k.k. Postsparkassen-Amt” © Stefan Seelig. The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Exhibition View, 2018
WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
Historic pictures about the history of the Postal Savings Bank © Stefan Seelig. The photo material can be used free of charge in the context of reports on the WAGNER:WERK MUSEUM POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.

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