A visually stunning film about the fundamental truths of life and the monsters lurking in the dark places.

The Albertina displays a different view of Egon Schiele’s oeuvre.

The Strauss Family: Kings of the Blue Danube

No Such Thing? The Free Lunch Society begs to differ.

Her unreleased masterpieces presented at new exhibition.


Award-winning Viennese writer Robert Seethaler’s bestselling novel, The Tobacconist, tackles coming of age on the eve of war and shows a sentimental side of Freud.

A Leopold Museum exhibition juxtaposes the past and present with two artists famous for their satirical takes on everyday social norms.

A fast-food confidential on McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc.


Richard Harris’ book Rigor Mortis inspires scientific soul-searching.

An eclectic repertoire of world renowned artists present dance in manifold forms at Osterklang.

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