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Universalmuseum Joanneum

Katharina Grosse

Who, I? Whom, you?

In the Kunsthaus Graz Katharina Grosse is concerned with the significance of the reduced allusion and the theatrical contained in colour.   frontend readmore

Katharina Grosse

Styria and the ‘Great War’

In cooperation with the University of Graz  frontend readmore

Styria and the ‘Great War’

Eugène Leroy

Simply Painting

In collaboration with the Musée des Beaux-Arts Eugène Leroy  frontend readmore

Eugène Leroy

Karl Neubacher

Media Artist, 1926-1978

An extensive retrospective of Karl Neubacher's exciting and progressive work in conceptual art and graphic design recalls Graz as the bastion of the avant-garde in Austria.   frontend readmore

Karl Neubacher

The Private Perspective

Works by Günter Brus from Styrian Private Collections

The exhibition allows an insight into Styrian collecting activity, showing the varied approaches to the work of Günter Brus.   frontend readmore

The Private Perspective

Bone Code.

Bodies Tell the Story of War

The exhibition marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, 2014, by displaying the vestiges of violence on skeletons.   frontend readmore

Bone Code.

Superstition – Super-knowledge

A World Not Random

The Folk Life Museum owns an extensive collection of objects from the 18th to the early 20th century, which are described as superstitious, folkloristic or simply as magical cures.   frontend readmore

Superstition – Super-knowledge

Forest and Man

Specific themes from the realms of culture, nature and art explore the subject of the forest, setting it in regional, national and international contexts.   frontend readmore

Forest and Man

The Mystery of Wood

From Roofing to Mountain Biking

This special exhibition shows the multifarious uses of wood from basic material to finishing, from the simple tool to the completed artwork.   frontend readmore

The Mystery of Wood

Rays of Light

Film and Cinema in Styria 1896-1945

In the competition with and against time, this exhibition would like to develop visitors’ sensibility for the one medium that has shaped the culture of the 20th century like no other.   frontend readmore

Rays of Light