CHANGE WITH KLIMT AND SCHIELE
KLIMT'S NEW STYLE, SCHIELE'S EMOTIONS AND A WORLD IN UPHEAVAL - AN ENTERTAINING TOUR ON ADAPTATION TO CHANGE AT THE LEOPOLD MUSEUM
Photography, the railroad, psychoanalysis, the World Exhibition, the famous ring road - everything changed in Vienna around 1900! How to adapt in a time of change? How to remain successful and not go under? We go on a tour of the Leopold Museum with its magnificent collection from this period.
Hans Makart and historicism attempted to hark back to the old days. Could this be a recipe for the future? We look at influences from Japan at the time and Impressionism from France. How do I reflect change in my organization? As a new artists' association, the Secession was Klimt & Co's response to the challenges of the new era.
Gustav Klimt is probably the most outstanding artist in Vienna around 1900! But he also had to reinvent himself several times, as we see in front of his masterpiece "Death and Life", among others. Today, emotions are considered the key to successful customer relationships. Expressionists such as Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka were also concerned with emotions, as we realize at the end. Their works are expressive - and sometimes disturbing, especially Schiele's self-portraits. Is provocation a successful strategy? Does adapting to the taste of the majority contradict adapting to change?
Tour duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
Number of participants: up to 20 people