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Vienna

From imperial jewels to a miniature sarcophagus, this chamber of curiosities at the Kunsthistorisches Museum mixes fastidiousness with kitsch

By Max L. Feldman
Friedrich Kiesler, Modell des Endless House (1959), Sammlung Dieter und Gertraud Bogner im mumok, seit 2017, Foto: mumok, © Österreichische Friedrich und Lilian Kiesler Privatstiftung, Wien

Vienna

30 Nov
31 Dec
Leon Polk Smith Correspondence Orange Blue, 1965 Öl auf Leinwand / Oil on canvas 230 x 174 cm mumok Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Leihgabe der Österreichischen Ludwig-Stiftung / On loan from the Austrian Ludwig Foundation, seit / since 1981

Vienna

30 Nov
28 Apr
Ernst Caramelle Untitled, installation view at the South London Gallery, 2010 Photo: Andy Stagg Courtesy the artist and Mary Mary, Glasgow

Vienna

30 Nov
28 Apr
Ai Weiwei, Descending Light with A Missing Circle, 2017 © Ai Weiwei

Vienna

30 Jan
26 May
Sarah Morris, Your Words Become Mine, 2018, Household gloss paint on canvas, 122 x 122 cm

Vienna

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Vienna

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3 Nov

The collection of ivory and lacquer Japanese miniatures, which survived Nazi looting, will be loaned to the Jewish Museum

In her first solo show at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, the artist’s suspended delicate metal formations create a tension that vibrates with possibility

By Kimberly Bradley

In her first Vienna solo, the artist blends understated textures, austere tones and bold gestures to a satisfying, yet elusive, effect

By Max L. Feldman

Katharina Cibulka has stitched ‘As long as the art market is a boys’ club, I will be a feminist,’ across her alma mater’s facade