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Exhibitions

(CON)TEMPORARY FASHION SHOWCASEJojo Gronostay
MAK Geymüllerschlössel

(CON)TEMPORARY FASHION SHOWCASE

Jojo Gronostay: Magic Cannot Cross the Sea
iCalSat, 7.5.2022—Sun, 4.12.2022

MAK Geymüllerschlössel

15 YEARS OF THE JOSEF HOFFMANN MUSEUM
Exhibition in Brtnice, Cz

15 YEARS OF THE JOSEF HOFFMANN MUSEUM

iCalTue, 14.6.2022—Sun, 30.10.2022

Josef Hoffmann Museum, Brtnice, Czech Republic

Exhibitions MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles 2022Photographer unkown, R.M. Schindler Building Courtesy of R. M. Schindler Collection, Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design & Architecture Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1922
Exhibitions in LA

Exhibitions MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles 2022

iCalFri, 28.1.2022—Sun, 12.2.2023

MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, USA

ENTANGLED RELATIONS—ANIMATED BODIES Performance Doris Uhlich © Maurizio Montalti

ENTANGLED RELATIONS—ANIMATED BODIES

Official Austrian Contribution to the 23rd Triennale di Milano 2022 “UNKNOWN UNKNOWNS. An Introduction to Mysteries”
iCalFri, 15.7.2022—Sun, 11.12.2022

International Exhibition

VIENNA 1900
MAK Permanent Collection

VIENNA 1900

Design / Arts and Crafts 1890-1938
MAKLITE RELOADEDJames Turrell, MAKlite, 2004 Technical Adaption: 2018 Permanent light installation on the MAK façade © Gerald Zugmann/MAK
Permanent Outdoor Installation

MAKLITE RELOADED

James Turrell
RENAISSANCE BAROQUE ROCOCO
MAK Permanent Collection

RENAISSANCE BAROQUE ROCOCO

ASIA

ASIA

China – Japan – Korea
EMPIRE STYLE BIEDERMEIER MAK Permanent Collection Empire Biedermeier
MAK Permanent Collection

EMPIRE STYLE BIEDERMEIER

BAROQUE ROCOCO CLASSICISM
MAK Permanent Collection

BAROQUE ROCOCO CLASSICISM

CARPETS
MAK Permanent Collection

CARPETS

HISTORICISM ART NOUVEAUMAK Permanent Collection Historicism Art Nouveau
MAK-Permanent Collection

HISTORICISM ART NOUVEAU

HELMUT LANG ARCHIVE

HELMUT LANG ARCHIVE

An Intervention by Helmut Lang

Events

GOO GOO MAKDoris Uhlich, Gootopia, 2022 © Nana Franck/projektorat.net
Premiere

GOO GOO MAK

Performative Installation by Doris Uhlich
iCalTue, 4.10.2022 5 pm9 pm
Conversation Piece: Enormous transformationsLaura Wiesböck © Foto Karin Wasner

Conversation Piece: Enormous transformations

with the sociologist and author Dr. Laura Wiesböck
iCalTue, 4.10.2022 7 pm8 pm
Please registerConversation Piece: Enormous transformations
Enormous transformations: on male structural violence against women as part of the Western narrative
 
Object: Maiolica bowl Apollo and Daphne by Ippolito Rombaldoni (1650–1679)
 
The start of the format series is provided by an actual conversation piece – a maiolica bowl from the Italian Renaissance. These ceramic objects were mainly designed to provide topics for and stimulate conversation, a real Conversation Piece. The selected bowl shows mythological scenes from Ovid’s Metamorphoses. All scenes are linked by the metamorphosis of women fleeing from male sexual violence. 
 
The sociologist and author Dr. Laura Wiesböck talks with us about what everyday metamorphosis rituals women still apply today to protect themselves from sexual assaults. We also ask about the societal significance still ascribed to the preservation of the “purity” of the female body. How do modern male perpetrators still successfully create “safe spaces” in which they can exercise violence against women – whether in sports, art and culture or in the media industry?
 
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New event series
Conversation Pieces
We need to talk! The MAK is starting the new art education format Conversation Pieces on 4 October 2022. We will speak with artists, activists, scientists, and personalities from various communities about select objects from the MAK Collection. Conversation Pieces is dedicated to themes like diversity, feminism, participation or loneliness, symbiotic bodies, racism in collections, planet care, and much more. We use the MAK as a polyphonic place for the exchange of ideas and to engage in various sociopolitical discourses and problems that enable new perspectives on an extraordinary collection.
 
Conversation Pieces can be understood as an impetus to make widespread pictorial worlds and narratives visible and to critically question them by talking about them together.
 
 
Further dates
 
Tue, 1.11.2022, 7 pm
(All Hallows) 
On death and its place in our life
With the intensive care physician Dr. Gunnar Gamper
 
Sun, 13.11.2022, 4.30 pm
Following new patterns 
For the Weekend of Graphic Arts 
With the graphic designer Enrico Bravi
 
Tue, 20.12.2022, 7 pm
Dinner for One 
On Christmas as the celebration of loneliness and on spaces for being together
With the psychiatrist and initiator of the platform against loneliness Dr. Karin Gutiérrez Lobos
 
Tue, 10.1.2023, 7 pm
On the fest 
With the DJ, music producer, and networker Electric Indigo
 
Tue, 24.1.2023, 7 pm
On the exhibition FOLDS
With the artist and photographer Elfie Semotan
 

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Art Education

short and sweet (in German): Cabinet of Consequences © MAK/Kristina Wissik
Guided Tour

short and sweet (in German): Cabinet of Consequences

iCalTue, 4.10.2022 6 pm6.30 pm
Expert Guided Tour (in German): The Marquetry Panels from David Roentgen’s Manufacture: Unique Insights into Conservation WorkMarketerie-Tafel von David Roentgen © MAK

Expert Guided Tour (in German): The Marquetry Panels from David Roentgen’s Manufacture: Unique Insights into Conservation Work

with MAK conservator Britta Dierig
iCalFri, 7.10.2022 4.30 pm5.30 pm
Please registerExpert Guided Tour (in German): The Marquetry Panels from David Roentgen’s Manufacture: Unique Insights into Conservation Work
Two of the MAK’s most valuable exhibits are being restored and scientifically analyzed since July 2022: the two marquetry panels Die römischen Frauen ringen mit den Sabinern um den Frieden [The Roman Women Wrestle with the Sabines for Peace] and Die Großmut des Scipio [Scopio’s Generosity] by David Roentgen (1743–1807). They were created in 1779 based on artwork by Januarius Zick (1730–1797). 
The guided tour with MAK conservator Britta Dierig provides the visitors with unique insights. 
 
Language: The tour is held in German.
Tour fee: € 3.50 + admission to the museum
Meeting point: MAK Columned Main Hall 
Registration is requested. 
 
Headphones: an audio system may be used for the tour. In the interest of sustainability, please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) headphones if possible. Alternatively, you can also borrow headphones for € 1 at the Ticket Desk. 
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MAKtour in EnglishThe MAK © Leonhard Hilzensauer/MAK
Guided Tour in English

MAKtour in English

iCalFri, 7.10.2022 4.30 pm5.30 pm
MAK4Family: Wiener WerkstempelnWiener Werkstätte Muster © MAK

MAK4Family: Wiener Werkstempeln

iCalSat, 8.10.2022 2 pm4 pm
Please registerMAK4Family: Wiener WerkstempelnFaltet nach Formen und stempelt nach Mustern der berühmten Wiener Werkstätte: Taschen, Pokale oder einfach Kuverts mit Grußkarten. Zur Verfügung steht euch das neu designte Workshopset von den Designer*innen mischer’traxler studio. 

Workshop and guided tour for the whole family (ages 4 and older)
 
Limited number of participants: Registration is requested. 
Fee for materials: € 4.50 per child (with free admission), reduced admission for accompanying adults
Headphones: an audio system may be used for the tour. In the interest of sustainability, please provide your own (3.5 mm standard connector) headphones if possible. Alternatively, you can also buy headphones for € 1 at the Ticket Desk.
 
Meeting point: MAK Columned Main Hall
 
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Tour of the Geymüllerschlössel (in German)MAK Branch Geymüllerschlössel

Tour of the Geymüllerschlössel (in German)

and (CON)TEMPORARY FASHION SHOWCASE
iCalSun, 9.10.2022 2 pm3 pm

MAK Geymüllerschlössel

Please registerTour of the Geymüllerschlössel (in German)Tour of the Geymüllerschlössel - immerse yourself in the world of the Empire and Biedermeier periods, which this year contrast with (CON)TEMPORARY FASHION SHOWCASE.
 
REGISTRATION
Limited number of participants: registration is necessary - either in advance or directly on site if the tour is not fully booked. 
 
FEE FOR GUIDED TOUR 
Per person € 3,50 + admission to the museum 

LANGUAGE
German
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