Viennese pianist and conductor Michael Klaar has been fascinated by art from a very early age on. He bought his first artwork at the age of 13 and now his collection consists of about 500 works. We have talked with Michael about his first art advisors, sacrifices, favorite artworks and, of course, Vienna.
How to find contemporary art in the 350 rooms of the Winter Palace and New Hermitage.
Vita Zaman met one of her favorite artists, Pierre Bismuth, at the Blaue bar of the Sacher Hotel to indulge in some of the most famous Viennese activities: talking, drinking coffee, eating cake, and disagreeing.
Today we are introducing you another special project of VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary, that will take a place from October 10 to 13, 2013.
“Poles Don’t Invest In Things, Rather They Invest In Ideas.” Poland’s war-torn history has shaped the way in which Poles deal with art. “You have to remember that this is the Poland where people lost everything every 20 years and therefore they have learned to only buy things for the next years, maybe five…,” says …
Our film series with outstanding and charismatic women in art proceeds. Watch our video interview with the Grande Dame of the international gallery scene: Rosemarie Schwarzwälder.