Discover the new APP of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien!
17. June 2013
The APP of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is now available in version 2.0 and offers a new museum experience. Free download at the App Store or at Google Play!read more
Paintings from the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien in a Paris Metro Station
19. April 2013
WienTourismus has mounted a small art exhibition at Saint-Lazare, a Paris Metro station. On show are details from works in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien – each featuring the same motif: bare skin.read more
Richard Wright in the Theseus Temple – and in the re-opened Rijksmuseum Amsterdam!
18. April 2013
This week the British artist and Turner-prize winner Richard Wright opened his new exhibition at the Theseus Temple in Vienna’s Volksgarten. Another work by Richard Wright was also recently unveiled: a ceiling painting in the newly reopened Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.read more
The Kunstkammer Wien was formally opened by President Heinz Fischer!
2. March 2013
On February 28, the Kunstkammer Wien was formally opened by President Heinz Fischer, Minister of Culture Claudia Schmied, Director-General Sabine Haag, and CFO Paul Frey. Accompanied by fanfares and in the presence of Barbara Prammer, the President of the Austrian Parliament, they cut the golden ribbon; the guests attending the ceremony were the first to see the newly-installed world-famous collection. The celebrated tenor, Erwin Schrott, serenaded guests accompanied by the Jánoska Ensemble.read more
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien has a new Corporate Design
1. January 2013
From January 1, 2013 the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien has a new Coporate Design (CD), developed as part of a comprehensive branding process. The Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien houses the unique imperial collections of the Habsburgs in Vienna; it is a world-class museum and a universal museum of history and art that touches and moves its visitors. The new design reflects this positioning, and comprises a new logo, imagery and tonality. The outstanding quality of the new design reflects the richness of the collections, the different sumptuous locations and annexes where they are displayed, and the breadth of the history of Habsburg connoisseurship. The new CD comprises the museum’s online presence and all publications and printed matter of all the locations and annexes of the Kunsthistorisches Wien, i.e. the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien Neue Burg, the Imperial Treasury Vienna, the Imperial Carriage Museum Vienna, the Theseus Temple, and Ambras Castle Innsbruck.read more