In 1897 a group, including Klimt, Moser, Hoffmann and Olbrich, formed the Vienna Secession, a group looking to explore the world of art without the restraints of academia and tradition, and in this respect, had no prevailing or prescribed style in which they worked. With the construction of the Secession exhibition house in 1898 the group were also able to hold exhibitions of new, unconventional artists and the best foreign artists that were seen as ‘avant garde’. Join Prof Anne Anderson to discover some of the Secession’s finest works in stately Vienna in the year of the centenary of inspirational architect Otto Wagner’s death (2018) with a host of special exhibitions throughout the city.
The group size on this tour is limited to 25 passengers to ensure that smaller sites can be visited and that you get a high level of attention.
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