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Albertina

Founded in 1776, the Albertina has been the most visited museum in Austria since it re-opened in 2003, with more than five million visitors. In the last eight years, around 75 exhibitions have been held here, with highlights including shows on Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Picasso and Van Gogh. Together with a team of 28 curators and scientific staff, museum director Klaus Albrecht Schröder tries to offer visitors a variety of exhibitions to make art accessible to a broader general public.
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The historic palace building of the Albertina houses 65,000 hand drawings and a million printed graphics, making it the biggest graphic collection in the world, a photographic collection and an architecture collection.
Each year around 500 works are loaned to international museums and institutions. The world-famous collections of the Albertina range from the Gothic to the present-day and include works by all the greats in the history of art: from Albrecht Dürer to Peter Paul Rubens, from Michelangelo, Raffael and Rembrandt to Egon Schiele, Andy Warhol and Georg Baselitz.

The collection’s most famous work is Albrecht Dürer’s “A Young Hare”. The collections are presented in temporary major exhibitions in four different exhibition halls and offer a programme to suit every taste in art. The Albertina received a significant addition in May 2007: Rita and Herbert Batliner, a married couple of collectors from Liechtenstein, transferred their collection of 500 works of the classical modern period to the Albertina on permanent loan.
Quote by Dr. Schröder: “Hardly a single step in the history of the Albertina would have been possible without the support of friends and patrons, without loans and donations by private collectors, without building blocks for the expansion of our spaces. None of the major presentations of recent years, furnished with exhibits and loans from all continents, could have been implemented with the contributions made by sponsors and partners.The historic palace building of the Albertina houses 65,000 hand drawings and a million printed graphics, making it the biggest graphic collection in the world, a photographic collection and an architecture collection.
Each year around 500 works are loaned to international museums and institutions. The world-famous collections of the Albertina range from the Gothic to the present-day and include works by all the greats in the history of art: from Albrecht Dürer to Peter Paul Rubens, from Michelangelo, Raffael and Rembrandt to Egon Schiele, Andy Warhol and Georg Baselitz.

The collection’s most famous work is Albrecht Dürer’s “A Young Hare”. The collections are presented in temporary major exhibitions in four different exhibition halls and offer a programme to suit every taste in art. The Albertina received a significant addition in May 2007: Rita and Herbert Batliner, a married couple of collectors from Liechtenstein, transferred their collection of 500 works of the classical modern period to the Albertina on permanent loan.
Director Dr. Schröder:
“Hardly a single step in the history of the Albertina would have been possible without the support of friends and patrons, without loans and donations by private collectors, without building blocks for the expansion of our spaces. None of the major presentations of recent years, furnished with exhibits and loans from all continents, could have been implemented with the contributions made by sponsors and partners.The historic palace building of the Albertina houses 65,000 hand drawings and a million printed graphics, making it the biggest graphic collection in the world, a photographic collection and an architecture collection.
Each year around 500 works are loaned to international museums and institutions. The world-famous collections of the Albertina range from the Gothic to the present-day and include works by all the greats in the history of art: from Albrecht Dürer to Peter Paul Rubens, from Michelangelo, Raffael and Rembrandt to Egon Schiele, Andy Warhol and Georg Baselitz.
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Grafenegg
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Festival Grafenegg

Since 2007 Grafenegg has presented a top-class programme of concerts as part of the Music Summers and Music Festival. Under the artistic direction of Rudolf Buchbinder, the world´s most renowned orchestras, conductors and soloists come to perform on the Wolkenturm open-air stage and in the Auditorium concert hall.
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The Grafenegg summer season opens in mid June with a star-studded Midsummer Night´s Gala, broadcast live on ORF television. Weekly concerts are held from July until the end of August and the Tonkünstler Orchestra has its summer residency in Grafenegg. The highlight of the summer is the Music Festival from mid-August until mid-September.
Grafenegg
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Museum
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KUB - Kunsthaus Bregenz

The KUB has developed into one of the leading exhibition houses for contemporary art over the course of its 13-year history. With its exhibitions and projects, it constantly takes up the challenges of the international art scene. At the same time, it makes an important cultural contribution to the identity of the region with the work and projects it undertakes in the wider community.
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Museum
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Museum of fine arts

The Museum of Fine Arts together with the Museum for Ethnology and the Austrian Theatre Museum, is the largest museum complex in Austria, comprising high-calibre museums and diverse collections, and is one of the most important museums in the world. More than 3 million people with an interest in art visited the rich collections and exhibitions in 2009.
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The Museum of Fine Arts was built by Emperor Franz Joseph for the imperial collections and, with its breathtaking art treasures, is considered to be one of the most important museums in the world. Objects from across seven millennia - from the time of Ancient Egypt to Greek Antiquity and the end of the 18th century - bear witness to the passion for collecting that was indulged by the Emperor and Archdukes of the house of Habsburg. Special areas of interest are the art of the Renaissance and the Baroque. Unique major works by Rubens, Rembrandt, Raffael, Vermeer, Velázquez, Tizian and Dürer as well as the biggest Bruegel collection in the world make a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts an unforgettable experience.
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MUMOK

A key concern of MUMOK is the debate on contemporary art. For this reason the Museum organizes events and discussions designed to raise awareness for new and experimental art. As the largest Austrian museum for international modern and contemporary art, MUMOK promotes the museological integration of Austrian art and art discourse into an international context and simultaneously conveys internationality within its local environment.
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The co-operation between MUMOK and UNIQA has been built up in 2003. The partnership is not only focussed on cash sponsoring, but also on the co-operation in cultural projects within the exhibitions provided by MUMOK, such as the Installation of Brigitte Kowanz on the UNIQA Tower and the event „Lâcher des Ballons“ during the exhibition “Yves Klein”.
MUMOK
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Art Magazine
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PARNASS

We publish four volumes a year (March, May, September, November) containing competent, top-quality reports on the most important happenings in the art world.

PARNASS stands for well researched texts, commentaries and background stories and spans the spectrum from the historical to the contemporary.

We analyse the international art market and report on private art collections artists’ retreats. The magazine is full of interviews with artists, gallerists, art dealers and museum directors.

Each volume also dedicates 30-40 pages to a particular topic of interest.
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Festival
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Salzburg Festival

The Salzburg Festival was founded by Max Reinhardt, Hugo von Hoffmansthal and Richard Strauss and held for the first time in 1920, since when it has stood for outstanding artistic performances and world-famous interpreters.

Every year, the festival city becomes a meeting place for the very best musicians and actors, directors and conductors. Names such as a Herbert van Karajan, Wilhelm Furtwängler or Will Quadflieg are inextricably linked with history of this major event.
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Nurturing this Austrian "cultural jewel" from year to year requires a large amount of money and would be impossible without appropriate sponsorship. Since 2002, UNIQA has been one of the main sponsors of the Salzburg Festival, enabling the organisation of first-class cultural events.
Salzburger Festival
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Museum
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Museum of Technology

The Museum of Technology in Vienna offers extraordinary insights into the world of technology on an area of 22,000m². Unique objects from the past to the present show exciting technological developments.
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Films and interactive experiments illustrate the relationship between technology and society, business and culture, and make a visit to the museum an extraordinary experience.



Statement on the cooperation:

We are connected to UNIQA through a longstanding partnership. UNIQA has insured our collections and exhibitions for many years. Since 2004, we have been connected annually by a sponsorship project which aims to create added value for our visitors as well as for customers and employees of UNIQA.
Museum of Technology
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Universalmuseum Joanneum

The Universalmuseum Joanneum is one of the biggest and most varied museums in Austria.

The collection of more than 4.5 million objects forms the basis for a multifaceted programme of exhibitions and events, which is presented at more than 10 locations throughout the province of Styria. Historic buildings, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Schloss Eggenberg or the Landeszeughaus coincide here with outstanding examples of contemporary architecture, such as the Kunsthaus Graz or the Joanneumsviertel. The Universalmuseum Joanneum creates a dialogue between science, art and society, and presents topical issues of our global culture for public debate in the form of interdisciplinary exhibition projects.
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