Exhibition conveys approaches to art from the 1930s to the present day

Exhibition conveys approaches to art from the 1930s to the present day

The exhibition Avant-Garde and the Contemporary. The Belvedere Collection from Lassnig to Knebl brings into productive correspondence around 140 historical and contemporary artistic perspectives. Through six narrative strands, the show conveys approaches to art from the 1930s to the present day. It follows both well-known and hidden paths and establishes often unexpected connections. The interplay between the historical avant-garde and the contemporary allows viewers to experience the Belvedere’s collection as a dynamic construct. The works of Toni Schmale and Fritz Wotruba, Maria Lassnig and Sarah Lucas, Ashley Hans Scheirl, and Rudolf Hausner, Carola Dertnig, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Jakob Lena Knebl, Robert Zeppel-Sperl, Melanie Ebenhoch, and Bruno Gironcoli and many other Austrian artists are an integral part of and account for
The exhibition Avant-Garde and the Contemporary. The Belvedere Collection from Lassnig to Knebl brings into productive correspondence around 140 historical and contemporary artistic perspectives. Through six narrative strands, the show conveys approaches to art from the 1930s to the present day. It follows both well-known and hidden paths and establishes often unexpected connections. The interplay between the historical avant-garde and the contemporary allows viewers to experience the Belvedere’s collection as a dynamic construct. The works of Toni Schmale and Fritz Wotruba, Maria Lassnig and Sarah Lucas, Ashley Hans Scheirl, and Rudolf Hausner, Carola Dertnig, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Jakob Lena Knebl, Robert Zeppel-Sperl, Melanie Ebenhoch, and Bruno Gironcoli and many other Austrian artists are an integral part of and account for