Until 15 Sep 14, Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria
To mark the centenary of the First World War, triggered by the assassination of the Hambsburg heir to the thrones of Austria and Hungary, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Leopold Museum, Vienna, looks at Austrian art in the war years with around 200 works by artists including Schiele and Klimt (9 May-15 September). “The art world did not stand still between 1914 and 1918,” say the curators, Ivan Ristic and Stefan Kutzenberger. “There was a busy exchange of art throughout the allied nations and even in neutral foreign countries.” In Austria,...
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