This peculiar and fascinating museum was inaugurated in 1991 to showcase the work of Viennese Friedensreich Hundertwasser, who spent much of his life creating unique art and designing environmentally conscious structures. Using vibrant colors and a free, emotional style of painting, his art was focused on the relationship between organic vegetation and animals and inorganic architectural figures. Hundertwasser was also interested in creating buildings which were unique and free-form, because to him, traditional architecture was monotonous and contributed to mankind’s “misery.” He is one of the most respected Viennese artists of this time, and has perhaps gained even more fame since his passing in 2000.
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