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

Press Kit (pdf)

Press photos:


© Hertha Hurnaus

© Hertha Hurnaus

© Hertha Hurnaus

© Hertha Hurnaus

Mathilde Schönberg, Arnold Schönberg
Heinrich Schönberg
Payerbach
1901

Arnold Schönberg
Alban Berg
Wien
1911
Alban Berg Stiftung

Gertrude Schönberg, Arnold Schönberg, Georg Schönberg Heinrich Schönberg
Berlin Zehlendorf, Villa Lepcke
ca. 1912

Arnold Schönberg, Erwin Stein, Anton Webern
Alban Berg
Zandvoort
März 1914

Arnold Schönberg

Franz Xaver Setzer
Wien
1922

Arnold Schönberg
Atelier Schlosser & Wenisch
Praha
1924

Arnold Schönberg
Berlin (?)
ca. 1930
Photomaton

Arnold Schönberg, Gertrud Schönberg
Lugano
1930

Arnold Schönberg
Los Angeles
1940

Arnold Schönberg, N. N., Natalie Limonick, N. N., Henry Endicott Hanson, N. N., N. N., Alfred Carlson, Richard Hoffmann
Richard Fish
Los Angeles
1948
Lawrence Schoenberg, Gertrud Schönberg, Ronald Schoenberg, Arnold Schönberg, Nuria Schoenberg
Fritz Stiedry
Los Angeles
1949
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