MAK Vienna awaits its visitors in 2021 with its usual extensive program:
Adolf Loos – private houses
On the occasion of his 150th birthday, the MAK is dedicating an exhibition to Adolf Loos. On display are his designed and built private residential buildings.
08.12.2020 – 14.03.2021
100 beste Plakate 19
The 100 best posters in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are the focus of this annually recurring exhibition. The aim is to underline the importance of this medium.
08.12.2020 – 05.04.2021
Frech und Frei – die Invasion verborgener Objekte
Previously rarely or never shown depot treasures are staged in the rooms of the permanent exhibition collection. Over 100 hidden, yet worth seeing masterpieces are on display.
08.12.2020 – 05.04.2021
The exhibition explores the diverse means of language from the perspective of the visual arts. On view are works by Walter Pichler, Leonor Antunes, and Thomas Bayrle, among others.
20.01. – 25.04.2021
Andreas Duscha – Sky Glow
On display in this exhibition curated by Marlies Wirth are works by artist Andreas Duscha. His theme revolves around light pollution and the disappearance of the night sky.
27.01.2021 – 28.03.2021
The Climate-Culture Pavilion project initiated by the transdisciplinary Breathe Earth Collective, a prototype for cooling the city, will open in Graz in 2021. In parallel, concrete climate-culture visions will become visible at the MAK, forming a bridge to Graz.
14.04.2021 – 02.05.2021
Die Frauen der Wiener Werkstätte
Up to now, far too little attention has been paid to the women of the Wiener Werkstätten. This exhibition aims to change that. On display are works by 180 (!) women.
21.04.2021 – 03.10.2021
Alfredo Jaar – das Rote Wien
In his photographic work about Red Vienna, the artist Alfredo Jaar (* 1956) reflects the socio-political and urban developments of the city of Vienna that have shaped it to this day.
12.05.2021 – 05.09.2021
Vienna Biennale for Change 2021
Under the motto Planet Love, the Vienna Biennale for Change 2021 is dedicated to the mega-challenge of the digital age: climate care.
28.05.2021 – 03.10.2021
Progress through Beauty promises the subtitle of this exhibition. For the first time, the complete works of Josef Hoffmann are shown comprehensively – architect, designer, teacher and exhibition organizer in person.
15.12.2021 – 19.06.2022
MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst