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VIENNA / NOW - Art in Vienna

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VIENNA / NOW takes you to some of the best museums in the city. We have a look at the works from Gustav Klimt & Egon Schiele and Chris tells you where to find the best art in the public domain. With Peter Coeln, director of the photo galleries OstLicht and WestLicht, we talk about photo art and star photographers like Bryan Adams and Lenny Kravitz.


VIENNA / NOW
Become a part of Vienna's way of life. In each episode of this series we focus on one special aspect of life in Austria's capital - and your host Chris Cummins is right on the spot.

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Find all info about Vienna at http://www.vienna.info
More about art in Vienna at https://www.wien.info/de/sightseeing/museen-ausstellungen


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Featured in this episode in order of appearance:

MQ – Museums Quartier
http://www.mqw.at

Leopold Museum
http://www.leopoldmuseum.org

mumok - museum of modern art ludwig foundation vienna
http://mumok.at/

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
http://www.khm.at

Brotfabrik Wien
http://www.brotfabrik.wien

OstLicht. Galerie für Fotografie
http://www.ostlicht.at

Café Hawelka
http://www.hawelka.at

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Music Opener:
Radical Chique | Tag aus, Nacht ein
http://www.radicalchique.net/

Music:
Leyya | I Want You
http://leyya-music.com/

Christoph Pepe Auer: Session Work Song
http://www.pepeauer.com

Music Interview:
Christoph Pepe Auer: 90s Therapy III
http://www.pepeauer.com

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Credits:
Idea & Concept: SLASH http://www.slash.co.at
Director & Script: Stefan Schlager
Camera: Matthias Smycka
Editing, 2nd Unit, Animation: Thomas Scharf
Audio: Overdub, Gregor Rašek

Produced by SLASH

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