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* MAK Gallery - Liz Larner - three dimensional sculptures. "I thought I saw a pussy cat" describes a three dimensional sculptural pattern that disguises itself with color. Since the end of the 80s, Liz Larner, who lives in LA, has been exclusively concerned with sculpture and the spatial and material experience of sculptural form. You have to see it in person to understand what Liz is talking about. From May 13 to July 26

* MAK Gallery- Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstätte: Beyond Function. Peche (1887-1923) is one of the key figures among the Austrian designers. In addition to numerous designs and working drawings, examples of objects from the various fields of applied art are featured : furniture, metal objects, jewellery, ceramics, fabrics, lace and wall paper. Stubenring 5, A-1010 Wien, tel. 1/711 36-0, open daily 10am-6pm, Thur 10am-9pm, closed Monday. Guided Tours in English, by appointment at tel. 1/711 36-248. Adults 90 ATS, family ticket 150 ATS

* Kunstforum Bank Austria - From Monet to Picasso. Freyung 8, Tel. 01 711 91 57 43. Open daily 10-6pm, Thur 10-9pm. Ends June 28.

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