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Hosted by the Consul of the Munich Theatre Lovers Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 07 Jun 18:00 - 22:00

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an amazing new exhibition has started in Protected content earlier this week.

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Koloman Moser

Universal artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann

The exceptional artist Koloman Moser ( Protected content ) is one of the great visionaries of Viennese Modernism. On an unprecedented scale, the exhibition "Koloman Moser. Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann" presents the enormous versatility of his complete oeuvre. It delves deeply into the artist's oeuvre and shows how decisively he influenced the search for a new, modern formal language in Vienna around Protected content .

Koloman Moser's complete oeuvre remains fascinating to this day. As a universal artist, he mastered the disciplines of painting, graphic art, applied arts and interior design as well as fashion and stage design. Moser impressively exemplifies the Gesamtkunstwerk propagated by the Vienna Secession. He is regarded as one of the pioneers of Viennese Modernism, as one of the most influential artists of Viennese Art Nouveau and, alongside Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann, as one of the leading personalities of the Viennese Spring of Art.

Many of the more than Protected content , most of which come from the MAK Collection in Vienna, will be made accessible to the public for the first time. Against the background of the developments in art theory in Vienna from Protected content 1918, the six chapters of the exhibition present Koloman Moser's extensive oeuvre. Curated by Christian Witt-Dörring and Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, the exhibition chronologically reviews every stage of Moser's unusual career: from painter to all-round designer and finally back to painting. In addition, Moser's work for the stage, which was reworked by Daniela Franke and Kurt Ifkovits from the Theatermuseum in Vienna, complements Moser's complete oeuvre in a unique way in the Museum Protected content

An exhibition of the MAK - Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, and the Theatermuseum Wien in cooperation with the Protected content