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Klimt Schiele & Kokoschka Viennas Art Revolution of the 1900s Webinar

'Klimt, Schiele, & Kokoschka: Vienna's Art Revolution of the 1900s' Webinar

Thu Sep 23, 2021

'Klimt, Schiele, & Kokoschka: Vienna's Art Revolution of the 1900s' Webinar

Time Thu Sep 23 2021 at 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

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'Klimt, Schiele, & Kokoschka: Vienna's Art Revolution of the 1900s' Webinar, 23 September | Online Event 'Klimt, Schiele, & Kokoschka: Vienna's Art Revolution of the 1900s' Webinar
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In reaction to Vienna's growing industrialization at the turn of the 20th century, various artistic movements in Austria decided to come together and focus their art on sensuality, beauty, and the handmade. Two groups specifically — Vienna’s New Secession and Wiener Werkstätte — were right in the epicenter of this new passionate trend. This is the story of Vienna's rebellious art and artists of the 1900s and their lasting legacy on the art world.

Join New York Adventure Club as we explore Vienna's art revolution of the 1900s that countered Austria's growing industrialization movement, and the eccentric artists who led the movement's most prominent groups.

Led by Sylvia Laudien-Meo — art historian, museum educator, and NYC tour guide — this virtual journey through Vienna art will include:

  • The new evolving artistic style of the Vienna Secession and Wiener Werkstätte (a productive cooperative of artisans in Vienna, Austria)
  • Gustav Klimt’s leading role as a portrait painter and capturing the modern sensuous woman, including the ‘Lady in Gold’
  • Klimt’s intriguing relationship with Emilie Flöge — muse, fashion designer, and jewelry model
  • A close look at the era’s new jewelry and fashion, specifically the ‘Reform Dress’ and Flöge Sisters’ salon
  • A deep dive into Oskar Kokoschka’s personal life and art, from his passionate love affair with Alma Mahler (widow of famous composer Gustav Mahler) to his various innovative contributions to the new art movement
  • Egon Schiele’s revolutionary sensuous painting style, which landed him in J*il
  • Women artists’ fantastic contributions to fashions, ceramic arts, and much more

Afterward, we'll have a Q&A with Sylvia — any and all questions about Vienna's revolutionary art and artists are welcomed and encouraged!

Can't make it live? Don't worry, you'll have access to the full replay for one week!

See you there, virtually!

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***A full replay of the experience will be available to all registered guests for up to a week

About Sylvia

Sylvia Laudien-Meo is a freelance Art Historian who works in and around the city in various capacities, specializing on Modern and Contemporary art, with a strong focus on Public Art. She teaches art history at Fairleigh Dickinson University and has been working as a museum educator at MoMA, the Guggenheim and the Jewish Museum for over many years, engaging visitors in conversation based, interactive art experiences of permanent collections and changing exhibitions.

For the Municipal Art Society, UFT, Brandeis Univ., and private clients, she has been touring the city for over 20 years, exploring art and architecture, parks, neighborhoods and history. Working in various different capacities gives her a unique opportunity to make intriguing connections and weave together the complex perspectives that make out the tapestry of our fascinating city.

SLM holds a Masters Degree in Art History (with minors in History and American Studies) from the Joh. Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, as well as a Tourism degree from the EST in Paris France.


"The presenter was obviously knowledgeable and easy to understand. I have always wondered about the Vienna Secessionists -- and now I know! Thanks!" -Carol Jean

"Sylvia was fabulous! incredible range of info!" -Souby

"I love this presenter. She knows so much and makes everything so interesting." -Gwen

"I learned more about Klimt and especially the Vienna workshop." -Katharine

"Very knowledgeable and perceptive speaker. Loved the art, the interpretations of the art, and the stories of the artists." -Paula

"Klimt is my favorite artist so placing him in the context of the time in Vienna was wonderful." -David


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