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WHO WAS 1968?
28 September 2018 to 13 January 2019

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WHO WAS 1968?

TATIANA LECOMTE
19 October 2018 until 6 January 2019

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TATIANA LECOMTE

THE COLLECTION

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THE COLLECTION

LASSNIG – RAINER
From 1 February 2019

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LASSNIG – RAINER

PHOTOGRAPHY
From 1 Februar

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Kontakt und Öffnungszeiten

LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz

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

T +43 732 7070 3600 (secretary)
T +43 732 7070 3614 (cashpoint)
F +43 732 7070 3604

info@lentos.at

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

Führung Wer war 1968?

Ausstellungsansicht "Wer war 1968?", LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, Foto: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger

EVERY TUE & SUN, 4 PM

GUIDED TOUR THROUGH
WHO WAS 1968?

Guided tour through the current exhibition Who was 1968? Art, architecture, society.

Duration 1 hour, € 3 plus admission, limited number of participants, no registration needed

In German only

Foto: APA/ Philipp Greindl
 

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Teaser (Text + Bild) 5341

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Video: WHO WAS 1968?

"The cry is a weapon for me," says artist Johann Jascha about his Screaming Action on the occasion of the exhibition opening at the LENTOS. In the video, Jascha and the artists Josef Bauer, Waltraud Cooper and curator Hedwig Saxenhuber talk about their personal references to the year of transition in 1968.

In cooperation with dorf TV

background image:

Backround image: © Engelhardt/Sellin Architekturfotografie

Teaser images:
Zünd-Up, Super Service Studenten-Aufsatz from the project The Great Vienna Auto-Expander (detail), I969
Gustav Klimt, Female Head, 1917, LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz
Chandelier from Hitler's room at the Hotel Weinzinger, Linz, 1938, NORDICO Stadtmuseum Linz, photographer unknown

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