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1918 – KLIMT · MOSER · SCHIELE
16 Februar – 21 May 2018

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INES DOUJAK
2 February – 21 May 2018

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THE COLLECTION
Classic Works, Discoveries and New Positions

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Kontakt und Öffnungszeiten

LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz

LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
4020 Linz
AUSTRIA

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Tuesday–Sunday 10am–6pm
Thursday 10am–9pm

Zwei Liegende

Gustav Klimt, Zwei Liegende, 1916/17, Foto: Reinhard Haider

UNTIL 21 MAY

LENTOS SHOWS "TWO RECLINING FEMALE NUDES"

Gustav Klimt, Kolo Moser and Egon Schiele left a lasting imprint on Vienna’s art around 1900. The sudden deaths of these world famous exponents of Viennese modernity in the fateful year 1918 deprived Vienna’s avant-garde of three of its most outstanding representatives. Taking its cue from the 100th anniversary of the death of these iconic artists, the exhibition 1918 – Klimt · Moser · Schiele  at the LENTOS places on display seventy-six masterpieces, including Two Reclining Female Nudes, a Klimt drawing that had gone missing for more than fifty years.

Video Klimt Moser Schiele

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CURATORS ABOUT THE EXHIBITION '1918 – KLIMT · MOSER · SCHIELE'

'1918 was a year of doom, not only for the monarchy, but also for the Austrian Art of Art Nouveau Schiele, Klimt and Moser died and left a great artistic vacuum,' says Elisabeth Nowak-Thaller on the background to the exhibition 1918 - Klimt · Moser · Schiele. More information about the exhibition and further interviews with the curators Brigitte Reutner and Andreas Strohhammer can be found in the video.

In cooperation with Dorf TV


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Backround image: © Engelhardt/Sellin Architekturfotografie

Teaser images:
Andy Warhol, Marilyn (Detail), 1967. © Bildrecht Wien, 2016
Ines Doujak, Looter, Exhibition view Masterless Voices, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art in Krakow, 2017
Egon Schiele, Female Nude, Back View, 1917, OÖ Landesmuseum