The exhibition „Emilio Vedova: ‚Tizian schaut (Titian is watching)’“ brings together for the first time the art of Arnulf Rainer with that of his great companion and friend Emilio Vedova, who have always had a mutual admiration for each other’s painting. Emilio Vedova (* 9. August 1919, deceased 25. October 2006, Venice)would now be 101 years old, while Arnulf Rainer (* 8. Dezember 1929, Baden) will be celebrating his 91st birthday in December 2020.

The selection of the 100 works in this exhibition was made by Fabrizio Gazzarri, the director of archive and collection of the Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova in Venice, together with Helmut Friedel. The “Vedova – Rainer” dialogue will be continued in 2021 with a further selection of pictures at the Fondazione Vedova in Venice.

The former Frauenbad (present-day venue of the Arnulf Rainer Museum) was built in 1821. The 2021 program of events at the Arnulf Rainer Museum is dedicated entirely to this bicentennial commemoration. Themed tours and special events focusing on the history and architecture of the building will be offered, along with a new publication devoted to the Frauenbad and the work of Arnulf Rainer.

Im Rahmen des Jubiläumsjahres "200 Jahre Frauenbad Baden" werden in Spotlight-Führungen einmal im Monat unterschiedliche Aspekte der Nutzungs- und Baugeschichte des ehemaligen Frauenbades und heutigen Arnulf Rainer Museum beleuchtet.

Spotlight: „Das Alte und das Junge begegnen sich im Klassizismus“

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Offenes Atelier mit Rosa Roedelius für Kinder von 6 bis 12 Jahren

Gemeinsam mit der Künstlerin Rosa Roedelius gehen wir auf Entdeckungsreise durch das Museum und die Bilderwelt des weltberühmten Künstlers Arnulf Rainer. Unglaublich, wie viele Ideen der Künstler hat.

Das können wir auch, oder eigentlich noch viel besser! Nach Lust und Laune kritzeln wir auf tollen Materialien, mischen Farben und lassen Farbbahnen fließen, lernen neue Techniken und Materialen kennen und erschaffen Werke und Bildräume, die die Kunstwelt zuvor noch nie gesehen hat!

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Discover highlights of history, architecture, music and contemporary art!

Arnulf Rainer Museum, Kaiserhaus and Beethovenhaus.
Our tour leads through three extraordinary museums with fascinating histories and exquisite architecture, before this cultural experience concludes with a small lunch
in Hotel At the Park.


Arnulf Rainer Museum


Josefsplatz 5
2500 Baden
Tel +43(0)2252 209 196 11
Fax +43(0)2252 209 196 14

Postal address

Badener Kulturbetriebsgesmbh
Josefsplatz 5
2500 Baden


Tram (Badener Bahn)
Direct, from the Vienna State Opera
to the Arnulf Rainer Museum, to
Josefplatz at the end of the line.

Train and rapid transit train
Four minutes on foot from Baden
station, towards the centre of town.


A2 Baden exit – towards the centre,
Arnulf Rainer Museum / Frauenbad.
Parking at Römertherme or at the
Casino parking garage.


Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday
from 10am – 5pm

Admission prices

Adults 8,–
Groups of 10 or over,
per person
Children from 6 – 14,
pupils, students,
military discount (national service)
Family ticket 16,–
NÖ Familienpass (max. 2 adults and unlimited children) 10,–
Guided tour 2,5
Jahreskarte 12,-


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