Cover for We Haven’t Seen Each Other For So Long
Ed. Heinz R. Böhme

We Haven’t Seen Each Other For So Long

Art of the Lost Generation. The Böhme Collection
Heinz R. Böhme has been collecting artworks of the Lost Generation for more than twenty years. The main focus of his private collection in Salzburg is the recognition of more than eighty artists whose creative work was massively restricted under the National Socialist regime.
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39,95 £ [UK]
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Ed. Landesgalerie Niederösterreich, Krems

Franz Hauer

Self-made Man and Art Collector
The book is dedicated to legendary Viennese art collector Franz Hauer. The son of a mailman from Lower Austria became one of the key figures of his time. Franz Hauer started out penniless, became an exemplary self-made man, and built an art collection with important groups of works by Egon Schiele, and Oskar Kokoschka. Today, its treasures are held by numerous important museums in Europe and the US.
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33,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Elsy Lahner et al.

Nitsch

Spaces of Color
Hermann Nitsch produced his first “poured” paintings around 1960. In this form of action painting, the artist is primarily concerned with the substance of the paint, which he investigates from one Painting Action to the next. This catalog illustrates the development of his painterly works from the early 1960s to the present day.
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38,00 £ [UK]
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Maria Schneider
Alfred Haberpointner (*1966 in Salzburg) is a sculptor of international repute. He became famous with his wooden sculptures, and he has subsequently expanded his work to include the used of materials like steel, lead and paper. This volume documents Haberpointner’s artistic development through all phases up to and including his large-scale works in the public space.
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38,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. HL Museumsverwaltung

Museum Liaunig

An Austrian Collector’s Museum
Fully integrated into the nature of the Corinthian countryside, the Museum Liaunig is at once restrained and spectacular. An outstanding example of contemporary museum architecture, it creates spaces for the Liaunig collections whose focus is on Austrian art from the post-war era to the present.
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Ed. Alexander Klee et al.

Beyond Klimt

New Horizons in Central Europe
1918 marked the end of a golden era: it was the year that Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, and Otto Wagner died. Artistic activity, however, had already freed itself of their influence. Hardly affected by the political disruptions taking place, artists in the countries of the former Austro-Hungarian monarchy were busily productive, driven by a desire for a new start.  
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Diethard Leopold

Rudolf Leopold

Connoisseur | Collector | Museum Founder
In the historical period of new beginnings starting in the 1950s, the collector Rudolf Leopold (1925‒2010), with pioneer-like foresight and a keen sense of art, was able to do someting few others of his ilk succeeded in doing:  build up a large, both aesthetically sophisticated and art historically relevant collection of international renown.
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28,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Georg Lechner et al.
The 300th birthday of Empress Maria Theresia provides an opportunity to examine her outstanding interest in the fine arts. At the invitation of the reforming monarch a large number of painters, sculptors and other artists in Austria and abroad found a wealth of work opportunities. Correspondingly, this era has left its mark on the countries of the former Habsburg monarchy to this day.
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38,00 £ [UK]
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Diethard Leopold

Egon Schiele

The Great Masters of Art
Egon Schiele (1890–1918) is nowadays regarded as one of the leading pioneers of Modernism in Austria. Although he already enjoyed some success during his lifetime and came to be considered Austria’s greatest artist following his death, his outstanding importance for art was recognized only in the early 1950s.
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9,95 £ [UK]
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Ed. Sabine Grabner et al.

Is that Biedermeier?

Amerling, Waldmüller and more
This volume illustrates the development of art in Central Europe from 1830–1860 – a period which begins in the age of Biedermeier but extends well beyond it. It shows by means of a selection of representative works how art at this time developed independently and was not restricted to the historical Biedermeier era.
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Diethard Leopold

Richard Gerstl

The Great Masters of Art
The art academy failed to recognise his talent; he rejected the contemporary art scene in Vienna; and his visionary work was largely neglected during his lifetime: the painter Richard Gerstl (1883–1908), whose creative period lasted for just four intensive years, is regarded today as one of the most important representatives of Austrian Expressionism for his portraits and landscapes.   
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John Kennedy

Mr Radley Drives to Vienna

A Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost crossing the Alps - 1913 & 2013
In the early summer of 1913 a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost was the first to reach the destination of the Österreichische Alpenfahrt rally. On the occasion of the onehundred-year anniversary of the rally in 2013 the same automobile drove along the same 2,613-kilometre route to Vienna. With a touch of British humour, this volume documents the adventurous journey by juxtaposing old and new photographs.
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25,00 £ [UK]
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Ed. Sabine Grabner et al.

Europe in Vienna

The Congress of Vienna 1814/1815
From September 1814 to June 1815, Vienna was the undisputed center of Europe. As the Congress of Vienna convened, the city saw an unprecedented gathering of crowned heads and their ambassadors. Among them were a tsar, an emperor, and no fewer than five kings as the leaders of Europe attempted to remake the continent in the wake of the Napoleonic wars. And while the diplomats worked during the day, in the evening, Viennese society blossomed: there were balls, parties, sleigh rides, receptions, ...
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Ed. Sabine Breitwieser et al.

Art-Histories

Art-Histories
Art-Histories sets out to broaden our understanding of history by looking at it through artefacts and their histories and works of art and the histories they tell. It takes a broad perspective, looking at art that reflects on history and contemporary events as well as its own involvement. The works examined span the period from the sixteenth century to the present.
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Ed. Toni Stooss

Focus on Photography

The Fotografis Bank Austria Collection Englische Ausgabe
Fotografis, Bank Austria’s unique collection of international historical photographs, traces the development of photography from its beginnings as an artistic medium to the 1970s. The focus of this publication is a selection of these world famous photographs, which are kept at the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg.
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new
Ed. Agnes Husslein-Arco et al.

Heidi Horten Collection

The House and its History
A new art location will be opening in the heart of Vienna in the spring of 2022. The museum for the famous collection of Heidi Goëss-Horten will be completed between the Albertina and the Opera House. The first museum publication is dedicated to the creation of this new exhibition venue, its architecture and construction history, positioning it within the context of the foundation of new museums.
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42,00 £ [UK]
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released on 06/2022
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Ed. Raymond Coffer et al.
The Viennese artist Richard Gerstl is still regarded as being an insider tip. And yet he was one of the most important artists in Vienna in around 1900, alongside Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka. Although he was only 25 years old when he died, he created an exciting and unusual oeuvre. This volume accompanying the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany introduces all the aspects of this exceptional artist.  
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Ed. Christian Bauer

Egon Schiele

Almost a Lifetime
Today Egon Schiele (1890–1918) is celebrated as an artist at the forefront of the international stage, although he spent almost his entire life in Lower Austria and Vienna. This publication uses the most recent sources and previously unpublished photographs to show how Schiele developed essential elements of his expressive art and how influential it remains to this day.
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