Wiener Art: Ecstasy

There is an exhibition called Wagner Ecstasy that I’ve walked by a couple times in the past few weeks. There was a always a queue and a suit wearing man at the top of the stairs.  My curiosity got the best of me and I did a little research. It turns out that this is an exhibit dedicated to Austrian composer Richard Wagner. A bunch of contemporary Austrian artists have come together to reinterpret his life through their work. Tickets are EUR 125 each, which includes a gala dinner and drinks. Apparently, it’s really popular and have many sold out dates. Sounds very interesting, but not enough for me to pay the exorbitant price.


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