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Vienna on the Path to Modernism: The 150th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and Austria

August 27-December 8, 2019

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Fin-de-siècle Vienna - an age in which tradition intersected with innovation in a city where eastern and western Europe meet. At a time when Vienna was rife with anxiety, conflict, and friction, the city saw the blossoming of a unique culture. The exhibition showcases approximately 300 items from the Wien Museum to retrace the era.

  • Organized by The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Wien Museum, The Yomiuri Shimbun, and Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation
  • With the support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Austrian Embassy Tokyo / Austrian Cultural Forum Tokyo, City of Vienna, Vienna Tourist Board
  • With the special sponsorship of Canon
  • With the sponsorship of Kao Corporation, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., Iwatani Corporation, Osaka University of Arts Group, KINDEN CORPORATION, Shimizu Corporation, Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd., Non-Destructive Inspection Co., Ltd.
  • With the cooperation of ANA, DNP Art Communications Co., LTD., YAMATO GLOBAL LOGISTICS JAPAN CO., LTD., Lufthansa Cargo AG, Daikin Foundation For Contemporary Arts


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Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Emilie Flöge,
1902, ©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz

Gustav Klimt, Pallas Athene, 1898,
©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz

Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait,
1911, ©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz

Emilie Flöge’s Dress (Replica), 2008(Original: 1909),
©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz

Otto Wagner, Armchair for Mayor Karl Lueger,
1904, ©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz

Fritzi Berger, Fashion Postcard,
Wiener Werkstätte Postcard No.788, 1912, ©Wien Museum / Foto Peter Kainz


Opening Hours

10:00-17:00 (last admission 16:30), Fri. and Sat. until 21:00 (last admission 20:30); from Aug. to Sep., Fri. and Sat. until 20:00 (last admission 19:30); from Oct. to Dec.


Mondays (except Sep. 16, 23, Oct. 14, Nov. 4) and Sep.17, 24, Oct.15, Nov. 5.

Admission Fee

Adults: 1,600 (1,400) yen.
University students: 1,200 (1,000) yen.
High school students: 800(600) yen.
*Prices in parentheses indicate admission for groups of more than 20 people.
*Children (up to Junior high school students), disabled people with one attendant(proof required): Free.
*Free entrance to the exhibition for high school students on Sundays and national holidays in September, upon presenting student ID.
*Including "NMAO collection with Alberto Giacometti II".

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