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Exhibition at Albertina explores the woodcut in Vienna around 1900

Around 1900, the Habsburg capital of Vienna was a cultural and artistic melting pot. The city was also a hothouse of salons, artists? circles, and coffeehouses, as well as a centre of refined taste and the culture of decadence, sensuality, and graceful beauty. With its exhibition on the colour woodcut in Vienna ca. 1900, the Albertina is dedicating itself to a hitherto little-noted chapter of Viennese Art Nouveau with around 100 outstanding works from its own collection.
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