Museum of Applied and Decorative Arts (MAK)

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The MAK or Museum of Applied and Decorative Arts, occupies a building along the Ring. The pre-eminence of its collections reflects Vienna's passion for decorative arts and modern design. The arrangement of certain of its displays has been enturusted to contemporary artists: Baroque items by Donald Judd; glass and lacework by Franz Graf; Empire and Biedermeier by Jenny Holzer; and the 20C by Manfred Wakolbinger.

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Address : 

Stubenring 5

Phone:

+43 1 711360

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