The Museum Graz
Musee Graz, situated in the province of Burgenland-Western Austria, has emerged as one of Austria’s top museums with its extensive collection of modern and contemporary art. This artworks and museum’s collections include a wide variety of art works such as sculptures, paintings, modern art, and other kinds of art.
The Museum Graz, the ‹Schaudepot, developed as an exhibition centre, consisting of two sections, namely the Ethnographic and the Ethnological Collections, represent together with the exhibit the artworks that focus on different aspects of life. The second section showcases multimedia archives giving the visitor an insight into the history of the Multimedia collection, depicting the evolution of the depot through tailored scenography.
The Ethnographic Collections, which have been developed with an aim to display the ethno-cultural heritage of various communities in Austria, cover an extensive area of cultural diversity, from the beginnings of migration to the present. There are also some unique pieces from the Islamic and Oriental cultures, which highlight the cultural diversity of this particular area.
The Ethnographic Collections in this museum exhibit the artworks created to share the stories of different cultural communities. They range from the traditional artistic creations made by artists belonging to a particular community to the more modern forms of art that were produced during the time period when people were first migrating to different countries. A few examples of this kind of artworks can be found here in the display, as well as the exhibition itself. The Ethnographical collection has been used by the Austrian State Museums for many years now and it is very popular among visitors. It was also used as the model for the museum in Frankfurt am Main.
The Multimedia Gallery in the Museum Graz also offers an excellent selection of different types of artworks. There are various sculptures and paintings that reflect on various aspects of human culture and society. Some examples of these artworks can be found in the display, alongside other exhibits.
In order to access the Museum Graz, one has to take the train or plane to this city. From here, one can travel around the region taking in all that one needs to explore the different places. One of the most popular routes to this museum is the Stuttgart-Bonn route which takes you to the famous Graz art festival, as well as the city’s old town and the surrounding areas.
One of the biggest attractions of this museum is that it has a very large collection of local artifacts, such as pottery, metalware, and glassware. Many of these artifacts were found during excavations and are displayed in their original form. Some of these works are made from local materials and they are displayed along with artifacts from different parts of the world, which have been made out of imported materials.
This art gallery has numerous interactive displays. These include an audio-visual section, where one is able to listen to folk songs and watch short films depicting different cultural practices of the region’s people. A few other exhibits in this section give an insight into the history of the place, as well as various kinds of folk music that are played in the various villages.