Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien
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DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, photo © Viktor Brazdil
Korrespondenzen BOSCH & KANTOR. Maxim Kantor: Das Jüngste Gericht, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna hosted by Theatermuseum, 2017/18, photo © Lisa Rastl
Pro(s)thesis, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Lisa Rastl
Pro(s)thesis, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Figurative Painting, Foto © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Scenography, Foto © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Conceptual Art [Post-conceptual Art Practices//PCAP], Foto © Lisa Rastl
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, 2019, photo © Viktor Brazdil
DARK ENERGY. Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively, xE – Exhibition room of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Opening, photo © Viktor Brazdil
Korrespondenzen BOSCH & KANTOR. Maxim Kantor: Das Jüngste Gericht, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna hosted by Theatermuseum, 2017/18, photo © Lisa Rastl
Pro(s)thesis, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Lisa Rastl
Pro(s)thesis, exhibition view from the Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Figurative Painting, Foto © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Scenography, Foto © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2017, Studio for Conceptual Art [Post-conceptual Art Practices//PCAP], Foto © Lisa Rastl

The Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, aims to ensure that a greater weight be given to its collections in both research and teaching, and therefore strives to bring all its exhibitions together into a productive focus.

Apart from outstanding works by Dutch and Flemish painters of the 17th century (such as Rubens, Rembrandt und van Dyck), the Academy's Paintings Gallery also holds works like the Judgment Day altar by Hieronymus Bosch, Murillo's "Würfelspielende Knaben" (boys casting dice), Venetian vedutas by Francesco Guardi as well as paintings by Lukas Cranach The Elder, Titian, and representatives of Viennese Classicism around 1800.

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The exhibition department of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna strives to operate at the interface between universitarian artistic-scholarly research, the development of the arts, endeavors to make the arts accessible, and the international field of art. To accomplish this purpose, the exhibition space xhibit was opened opposite the Paintings Gallery in the main building of the Academy on Schillerplatz in 2010. With this space (which will be located on the corner of Eschenbachgasse and Getreidemarkt from January 2019 during the general refurbishment of the Academy), the format xhibit, the xposit series of exhibitions, and the presentations of the students’ final works, the Academy offers a platform for an experimental, thought-through and critical exhibition practice in the universitarian context.

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As of October 2020 Akbild Forum has offered a new platform for the academy’s exhibition activities in several respects. Located at Getreidemarkt 12, the new space provides a site for discussion about the exhibitions presented next door as well as a framework for events related to exhibition theory and practice. The physical “forum” is supplemented by a digital platform of the same name, which transfers the discourse surrounding exhibition topics into the digital realm in various formats.

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