Great temporary exhibit (Raffael), the contemporary has a really nice selection and the Monet thru Picasso is lovely.
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My wife and I decided to take refuge from the bitter cold by visiting the Albertina. It was not our first visit. However, we still enjoyed ourselves as there are always the changing exhibitions that are worth a visit. One cannot visit Vienna without spending...More
The exhibited of oil and penciled artworks exceeded my expectations. Then there were the photograph exhibits. This place is also so well located near to the State Opera House and House of Music and many small delightful streets a little away from the tourist crowds.
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I visited partly for my love of art, and partly as this was included in the Vienna PASS. The 3 floors offer different selections of paintings (contemporary, Monet, Picasso, Rafael, etc). I stopped by at the end of a day, just for a quick peek....More
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The changing exhibitions are generally excellent, ranging from classic to modern and contemporary art with a world famous permanent collection.
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We decided on a short notice to visit the Albertina during a weekend trip to Vienna and it was well worth it. As expected, the museum was very well attended but we were still able to purchase our tickets and enjoy the art installations. We...More
Danke, dass Sie die Albertina besucht und sich die Zeit für das freundliche Feedback genommen haben. Wie schön, lesen zu...More
As we approached and saw the queue my heart sank but it moved very quickly and we soon inside one of the best collections. We saw the Monet to Picasso exhibition which was stunning and the Rafael exhibition. A beautiful collection and well worth queuing...More
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Albertina is a real masterpiece. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city. Famous pieces such as Dürer's "Hare" and his "Hands folded in prayer", Rubens' studies of children and masterpieces by Schiele, Cézanne, Klimt, Kokoschka, Picasso and Rauschenberg are displayed...More
A very nice museum that have an excellent, well organized, with notes in both German and English of the high Renaissance period’s artist Rafael: paintings and many study sketches. To read everything takes a while (~2hours) but it’s worth while
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My husband was blown away by Raphael exhibition. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough time to see Monet's and other painters' work. But I'm sure we will visit it again someday.