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Museo Albertina

Museo Albertina Vienna
l’Albertina, nel centro storico di Vienna
From 1 June to 26 August 2007, the Albertina will be offering a comprehensive view of the extraordinary and highly expressive pictorial worlds of the artists of the group known as The Bridge. Under the title “Expressive! The Artists of "The Bridge". The Hermann Gerlinger Collection”, some 260 works will be shown, drawn from the collection of Hermann Gerlinger, the Moritzburg Foundation, the Kunstmuseum of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt, and the Albertina, as well as further works from private collections and Viennese museums.

In terms of its significance and extent, the Hermann Gerlinger Collection probably constitutes the most important and integrated body of work of The Bridge artists after the "Brücke" Museum in Berlin. Started in the 1950s, and still active today, the collection is characterised by its systematic approach and the attention it pays to works that have previously remained less well-known. The group of artists called "The Bridge" was formed at the very beginning of the Expressionist movement: in 1905, four architecture students (Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Fritz Bleyl, Erich Heckel and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff) founded what would prove to be a pioneering association. They were then joined in subsequent years by other artists, including Max Pechstein, Otto Mueller and for a short while also Emil Nolde.

The group’s work is characterised by its critical approach to traditional, academic painting and its search for new and free artistic solutions in the quest to represent reality. The most important means of expression is colour, rapturously intensified to achieve a state of pure expression, with forms being expressively simplified, exaggerated and defamiliarised. The importance of the contributions made by the individual artists, even after The Bridge broke up as a group, for the art of the Classical Modern era, may be seen from by the pictures by Otto Mueller, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff that are on show here, which have been chosen with care and an awareness of quality, and range from 1913 to the 1920s

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Orari apertura Museo Albertina

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Opening Hours DO & CO Albertina Restaurant
Monday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Adults € 9,50
Senior citizens (Over 60), Wien-Card-Member, Concessions € 8,
Pupils, Students € 7
Ö1-Club-Members (with valid ID) minus 10%
Groups of 10 € 7, each
Family ticket (2 Adults with school age children) € 21,50
Single parent ticket (1 Adult with school age children) € 12,50
School classes: € 3,50

Children under 6 years, Friends of the Albertina: Entrance free

Tickets and advance tickets are available at the ticket desk. Advance tickets are available from overseas (plus processing fee) from: Art Cities, TEL 0049-(0)7531-9073 0 or via E-mail at

In the context of reports on a current exhibition, event or other topic relating to the ALBERTINA, we will be pleased to provide journalists with a ticket as well as printed information material and pictures free of charge.
For organisational reasons, journalists are therefore requested to register at our Press and Public Relations Department (Abteilung für Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit) before visiting the ALBERTINA. For telephone and fax numbers as well as email addresses, please refer to our website.
In this context, we would like to point out that in general, access to the ALBERTINA is NOT free for holders of a press card.

Audioguide Programme

With the help of the Audioguide programmes the visitor is free to choose his individual pace to go through the exhibition. Expert comments, music and cross references to the relevant era provide a unique visitor experience.

Price: € 4,00
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