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  • Enjoy one of the world's most important graphic collections, housed in a magnificent former residential palace of the Habsburgs
  • See famous works by the likes of Monet, Renoir, Chagall, Miro, Magritte, Munch, Picasso and many more, right in the heart of Vienna
  • Admire the permanent exhibition, the Batliner Collection, regarded as one of the most lauded collections of modern art in Europe


The Renaissance of Etching. From Dürer to Bruegel
Now on  - Nov 1, 2020  ( ends in 6 days )

Mass-produced art has its roots in etching. During the late 15th century, the German printmaker Daniel Hopfer adopted the techniques being used by armor decorators for the purposes of more widely available prints.

Acid-treated metal plates slathered in ink that were able to reproduce the sketches that had been etched onto them became the latest medium to experiment with, and the technique spread rapidly during the early 16th century.

During this exhibit, visitors will find 125 etchings from the first 70 years of etching as art, with works from Renaissance figures like Albrecht Dürer, Parmigianino, and Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

Van Gogh, Cézanne, Matisse. The Hahnloser Collection
Now on  - Nov 15, 2020

This spring, the Albertina Museum is hosting one of Europe's most impressive collections of private art. Amassed between 1905 and 1936, the Hahnloser Collection was brought together by Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler and their artistic friends, including Ferdinand Hodler and Henri Matisse.

The collectors were also able to pick up works from the greats of the 19th century: Cézanne, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Van Gogh. With 120 works on display, and many flown in from Switzerland, the Hahnloser Collection is a taste of Parisian greatness in California.

Modigliani – Picasso. The Primitivist Revolution
Now on  - Jan 10, 2021

In honor of the centennial of Amedeo Modigliani's death, the Albertina Museum is putting together an exhibition to celebrate the so-called 'primitive art' that captured the attention of modernists.

Modigliani was a crucial figure in turn-of-the-century Paris. He kept company with the likes of Picasso and Brâncuși, and his oeuvre as a painter, draftsman, and sculptor was deeply influenced by the non-European aesthetics of his peers. Together, they indulged in primitivism in art, which eventually paved the path for the game-changing Cubism of Picasso.

Modigliani – Picasso. The Primitivist Revolution lays bare the dialogue between two groundbreaking artists and their shared artistic vision.


Located in the largest of the Habsburg's residential palaces, the Albertina is home to the biggest and most valuable graphical collection in the world. See the permanent exhibition of the Batliner Collection, Monet to Picasso, 20 elegant staterooms, and more!

Get into the Habsburg's world of fine art and imperial majesty. The Albertina is a truly sumptuous museum experience. Situated in the very heart of Vienna's city center, the museum today owns masterpieces by Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Dürer, Rubens.

But the highlight is surely the Batliner Collection, one of Europe's most important compilations of Modernist art. This permanent display features Impressionism and Post-Impressionism artists such as Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Gauguin, plus Picasso's early Cubist pictures, works of his from the 1940s, never-before-exhibited prints and experimental paintings.

Browse 20 exquisite Habsburg staterooms spread over two floors of the palace. The original Louis XVI décor was ordered from the royal court ateliers in Paris and Versailles for Duke Albert - so you know they're extra-fancy.

Don't miss the centerpiece; the elegantly be-chandeliered Hall of the Muses. Picture the parties that must have been held in this space as you box-step along the parquet floor.

With a heady mix of artistic achievement and royal opulence, the Albertina is an ideal p(a)lace to go and get swept up in the spirit of Vienna's imperial past.


What's included

Access to the museum and state rooms
Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions

What's not included

Audio guide: available for €4, it gives you info and context regarding the Habsburg state rooms and the many masterpieces in the collection

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Opening hours

Albertina Museum
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

How to get there

Albertina Museum
Albertinaplatz 1, 1010, Vienna
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Ratings & reviews

based on 1519 reviews
Sep 13, 2020
Excellent , modern. accessible, , light, comfortable temperature. Helpful staff, good sausage stand outside, nice art selection
Sep 4, 2020
Excellent as always !
Aug 23, 2020
Smooth entrance, beautiful interiors! Very nice!

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