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Exhibition view. Beethoven Moves at Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. © KHM-Museumsverband

Rebecca Horn, Concert for Anarchy, 1990. Piano, hydraulic cylinder, compressor. 150 × 106 × 155 cm Photographer: Attilio Maranzano © 2019: Rebecca Horn / Bildrecht, Wien 2020

Caspar David Friedrich, Abendlicher Wolkenhimmel, 1824. Oil on canvas 12.5 × 21.2 cm © Belvedere, Wien, Photo: Johannes Stoll

  • Burgring 5, 1010 Wien, Austria

  • Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

  • €21

  • Mon 9 a.–6 p.m., Tue–Sun 10 a.–6 p.m., Thu until 9 p.m.

  • +43 1 525240

29 September, 2020 - 24 January, 2021

BEETHOVEN MOVES

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The exhibition brings Beethoven into dialogue with artists like Friedrich, Goya, Rodin, Horn, Baldessari and Sehga, connecting masterpieces of fine art form connections with music and silence.

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