artnet News | Sarah Hyde:
Vienna exhibition reveals a new side to the provocative painter, in time for his centenary.
In conservative, polite Vienna, in the year before the 100th anniversary of Egon Schiele’s death, the enthusiasm and genuine affection for this artist is at an all-time high. A new exhibition dedicated to his work opened at the Albertina Museum last week, casting a new light on the artist’s legacy… Read more.
Image: Egon Schiele, Self-portrait pulling down an eyelid (detail), 1910. Courtesy Albertina, Vienna