What To Expect
The Museum Hundertwasser presents a unique cross-section of the oeuvre of the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000), including key paintings as well as graphic works, applied art, architectural designs and examples of the artist's ecological commitment. The Museum Hundertwasser is part of KUNST HAUS WIEN, which was established in 1991 on the basis of the Hundertwasser's philosophy and artistic principles. The architectural remodelling of the former Thonet furniture factory was effected in accordance with Hundertwasser's own designs.
Hundertwasser mastered and innovated many graphic techniques, among them lithograph, silk screen, etching, colour woodcut and many others. He was one of the first to demand and practice complete transparency in terms of technique, dates of creation and editions for each sheet. Learn more about his life and work and visit the permanent exhibition or the temporary exhibitions at the KunstHausWien. Or get a handy Combo-Ticket for both and save plenty of money!
Tips and gratuities
Free entrance for children up to age 10.
The first two floors are dedicated to the permanent exhibition on Friedensreich Hundertwasser. You can find the temporary exhibition on the top two floors.
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