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The end of WWI and the Austro-Hungarian Empire also meant the revival of major developments in the art world. Political and economic shifts led to artistic migrations, new ideas and perspectives and new artistic networks sprang up all over the place. Artists met up in arts centres and international associations and used magazines to communicate across political borders. They believed their artistic identity was more important than their nationality. This exhibition is your chance to take a look at the Central European territories in full transition through the eyes of Gustav Klimt, Josef Capek, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, László Moholy-Nagy and 75 other artists.

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  • Istvan Farkas, Coffehouse Scene, c. 1922. St. Stephe,’s King Museum - Deak Collection, Szekesfehervar

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  • Everybody’s Talking About… Beyond Klimt

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  • Who’s That Girl?

    Her stunning portrait by Gustav Klimt opens the exhibition Beyond Klimt. New Horizons in Europe 1914-1938. She looks you straight in the eye on the posters promoting the show. But who is the woman in this striking image?

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