JOSEF HOFFMANN

Progress Through Beauty
Wed, 15.12.2021 – Sun, 19.06.2022
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Josef Hoffmann, Table for Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein’s apartment, 1905
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Josef Hoffmann, Sanatorium Westend, Purkersdorf, façade, 1905
© Wolfgang Woessner/MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Dining hall of Sanatorium Westend, Purkersdorf, 1905
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Tea set for the Wiener Werkstätte, metal, 1903
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen


Josef Hoffmann, Entrance pavilion at the Vienna Kunstschau, 1908
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Belt buckle for the Wiener Werkstätte, execution: Karl Ponocny, silver, opal, malachite, coral, 1905
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Pendant for the Wiener Werkstätte, 1907
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen


Josef Hoffmann, Silver flatware for Fritz and Lili Waerndorfer, flat model, silver, Wiener Werkstätte, 1904–1908
© Aslan Kudrnofsky/MAK


Josef Hoffmann, Design for silver flatware for Fritz and Lili Waerndorfer, flat model, Wiener Werkstätte, 1904
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Barroom at Cabaret Fledermaus, Vienna, 1907
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Fauteuil from Cabaret Fledermaus, chair, model no. 728, J. & J. Kohn, bentwood, 1907
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Centerpiece with two handles for the Wiener Werkstätte, brass, 1924
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Porcelain set “Melon” [Melon] for the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory, 1931
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Josef Hoffmann, Chair from the dining hall of Sanatorium Westend, Purkersdorf, J. & J. Kohn, wood, leather, 1904
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Table for the living room of Dr. Hans Salzer’s apartment, ca. 1902
© Wolfgang Woessner/MAK


Josef Hoffmann, Two stools from Koloman Moser’s studio furniture, 1898
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Atelier cabinet from Koloman Moser’s studio furniture, 1898
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Josef Hoffmann, Upholstered chair from the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Daybed from the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937
© Nathan Murrell/MAK


Josef Hoffmann, Reconstruction of the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Basket with handles for the Wiener Werkstätte, latticework object, silver, 1906
© MAK/Georg Mayer


Josef Hoffmann, Façade of Stoclet House, Brussels, 1914
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Vase from a dresser set for the Wiener Werkstätte, glass, bronzite, J. & L. Lobmeyr, 1913
© Peter Kainz/MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Wallpaper pattern for the Wiener Werkstätte, 1925
© MAK

Portrait of Josef Hoffmann, Vienna, after 1945
Photograph: Yoichi R. Okamoto
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Wiener Werkstätte Postcard No. 75, Bar Room „CABARET FLEDERMAUS, WIEN, KÄRNTNERSTRASSE 33“, Vienna, 1907
© MAK

Austrian pavilion at the Venice Biennale at its opening, 1934
© MAK

Stationery room, Austrian pavilion at the International Exposition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts, 1925, in: Moderne Bauformen (24) 19295, T. plate 62

Klosehof, housing complex for the municipality of Vienna, 1923–1925
© Kunsthandel Widder, Vienna

Palais Stoclet, Brussels
© Alan John Ainsworth

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
Reconstruction of the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star] 
Paris World’s Fair, 1937
Execution: Manfred Trummer, Johannes Ranacher, Glaserei Scharl, Johannes Falkeis, Marina Paric, Irina Huller, carpenter’s workshop  of the MAK, Vienna, 2014
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK-Ausstellungsansicht, 2021
Josef Hoffmann. Fortschritt durch Schönheit
MAK-Ausstellungshalle
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK-Ausstellungsansicht, 2021
Josef Hoffmann. Fortschritt durch Schönheit
MAK-Ausstellungshalle
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK-Ausstellungsansicht, 2021
Josef Hoffmann. Fortschritt durch Schönheit
MAK-Ausstellungshalle
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Exhibition View, 2021
Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
MAK Exhibition Hall
© MAK/Georg Mayer

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