We are very excited to announce our new collaboration with the Viennese Secession Palace!

Built in 1898 by Josef Maria Olbrich, the building bears the same name as the art movement founded by Gustav Klimt after leaving the conservative Künstlerhaus. Considered in its time as a brutal intrusion of the vanguard into the blue sky of triumphant historicism, the building was felt as a provocation, though it brought Vienna into modernity. Since 1986, you can discover the famous 34 meters long Beethoven Frieze illustrating the various themes of the Ninth Symphony. On the upper floors, you can enjoy nearly 20 temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists.

Beethoven's frieze will have no more secrets for you thanks to our guide available in English and German !