Arnold Schönberg in Focus. Photographs 1880 – 1950
Exhibition 16 November 2016 – 19 March 2017
An exhibition as an open archive: 3,500 historic photographs surviving in Schönberg’s archive illuminate the medium’s development, providing an authentic and moving view of the artist, paterfamilias, friend and contemporary. A cultural and quotidian history in images: Visitors accompany Schönberg on his travels, encounter him in his private apartments, take part in his life full of checkered history. A variety of photographical objects: Prints from the photo shop and large-format artist’s enlargements are found among family albums and cameras from Schönberg’s time.
Curators: Eike Feß and Therese Muxeneder
Architecture: Jochen Koppensteiner
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 10 am to 5 pm Every 3rd Sunday in the month: 19 February, 19 March 2017 Closed on legal holidays and 14 April 2017 (Good Friday)
On concert days, the exhibition opens one hour before the event begins; admission is free for concertgoers.
Entrance fee: Adults: € 6 Vienna-Card: € 5,40 School children, apprentices, students, reserves, civil servants, senior citizens, visitors with special needs: € 3 Groups of adults (of 10 Persons and over): € 4 Groups with discount tickets (of 10 Persons and over): € 2,50 Free admission: children under 12