Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation (MUMOK), Vienna

(1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
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  • Seen on the site they expose his works of great artists as warhol, klee, Picasso yoko ono... we paid 15 euros for having 2 floors of closed (works) and banging 4 floors of exhibition temporary without great interest especially when we're little connoisseur in contemporary art! At the end of the visit I went to see someone working there for him ask where was the other paintings reported on the site she says "under construction". Too bad that my English is too poor, otherwise I would have done scandal! In short to flee despite the stunning architecture of the building!
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  • I love this museum. The architecture is amazing and the contents are diverse and very interesting. However, if you don't like modern art, maybe it's not a Museum for you.
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  • We love modern art in general. We are used to discover, to admire modern art in every sense of the term, we are fans and have a significant threshold, are also fond of whimsical, wacky artists, evaporated... etc but banging Julius Koller on 3 floor it's indigestion, it's simply abused. You will find highly philosophical articles on Julius Koller and we tell you that this exposure to its importance: "to familiarize themselves with the idea of the 'game' art, which favored little inflation of the 'I' (nor that of the established group) but instead sketched the typology of a carrier as"fair play"art of human relationships more livable and so forth and so... that nay" not find interest in his show. A room is worth to be seen, with interesting paintings. I wouldn't voluntarily hold that our visit for not keeping a bad memory.
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