In coordination with the special exhibition, “Klimt Landscapes,” Neue Galerie is delighted to host a lecture series with a focus on different aspects of the Austrian artist's career.
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GUSTAV KLIMT LANDSCAPES
Janis Staggs, Director of Curatorial and Manager of Publications, Neue Galerie New York
Exhibition curator Janis Staggs will deliver an opening night lecture exploring the main themes of “Klimt Landscapes.”
Thursday, February 15, 6:30 P.M. - SOLD OUT
DILETTANTES AND PROFESSIONALS
PHOTOGRAPHY IN GUSTAV KLIMT’S CIRCLE
Monika Faber, Director Photoinstitut Bonartes
Thursday, April 11, 6:30 P.M.
GUSTAV KLIMT’S LAST ROSE
CAPTURING THE FRAGRANCE, ART AND SCIENCE
Julia Asenbaum, Biologist, Plant Scientist and Scientific Illustrator
The Rose, queen of all flowers, has fascinated humankind for thousands of years and has been depicted by artists through the ages. Even to this day rose fragrance fills the cottage garden surrounding Gustav Klimt’s last studio at Feldmühlgasse in Vienna. However, this fragrant delight does not come from just any rose bush. It is the same plant that has been there for more than a hundred years and was painted by Klimt in his 1912 work “Orchard with Roses.” In June 2020, its fragrance was captured and analyzed using scientific methods to preserve it for future generations. Botanist Julia Asenbaum will give guests a glimpse into scent conservation and Gustav Klimt’s fleeting sensory world.
Thursday, April 25, 6:30 P.M. - MEMBER EXCLUSIVE
Friday, April 26, 6:30 P.M. - OPEN TO ALL
INSIDE THE CONSERVATION LAB
AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT GUSTAV KLIMT’S PARK AT KAMMER CASTLE
Panel Discussion featuring Janis Staggs, Director of Curatorial and Manager of Publications, Neue Galerie New York; Shawn Digney-Peer, Conservator, Paintings Conservation Department, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Moderated by Nora Kennedy, Sherman Fairchild Conservator In Charge, Photograph Conservation, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Thursday, May 2, 6:30 P.M.
A LIVING MUSEUM BETWEEN EAST AND WEST
FOUNDATION FRISON HORTA BRUSSELS
Nupur Tron, Owner and Founder of Foundation Frison Horta, Brussels
Foundation Frison Horta in Brussels is an organic, “living museum,” which provides a cultural bridge between India and Europe. Through restoration, preservation and the sharing of knowledge, the foundation aims to revive culture and craftsmanship of a by-gone era. The Hotel Frison and its winter garden — a hidden gem, open to the public for the first time since its completion in 1894 — have been carefully restored to create an extraordinary time capsule of Art Nouveau craftsmanship, including original furniture and decorative arts. Join owner, founder, and building resident Nupur Tron on her exciting journey to restore this singular building and its environs to create a-one-of-a-kind period setting, where guests can discover the connection between the past and the future as well as influences of Indian landscape and architecture on the West.
Monday, May 6, 6:30 P.M.