Lobkowitzpl. 2, 1010 Wien, Austria
Quite a positive experience; well organized, ample and full of valuable objects. A certain scent of scruffyness is however to be felt ascending its magnificent escaliers. But, hey, this just adds to it!
There is one impressive Bosch painted, and some puppets. Everything is only in German. The rest wasn't so interesting to me, still photographs of ballet and old film stars I didn't know, with no explanation I could understand (I don't know German). Not really worth a visit.
Modern Dance Exhibition from the 60s onwards Beautiful use & observation of the human form
Really interesting museum about theatrical topics. When I was there, there were some paintings on display, including a famous Bosch triptych. The main special exhibit was about Jewish dancers, and it was very interesting and well curated. I also liked the exhibit about theatrical architecture. This museum might not be hugely interesting for someone who isn't very interested in theater, but if you already have the Kunsthistorisches Museum year pass, you might as well visit, it doesn't cost anything extra.
Very interesting place, I had a 3-hour tour and did not have time to check everything.
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