Special Exhibitions

Egon Schiele from the Collection of the Leopold Museum – Young Genius in Vienna 1900

January 26 (Thu) – April 9 (Sun), 2023

Egon Schiele (1890-1918) —one of the outstanding painters of late 19th-century Vienna. In his short life of 28 years, he produced numerous works and forged his own distinctive style. Drawn largely from the collection of Vienna’s Leopold Museum, this exhibition will introduce Schiele’s life, works, and artistic milieu through paintings and sketches from his early to late career along with works by other artists of fin de siècle Vienna.

  1. 1. After a hiatus of 30 years, an exhibition of 50 works by Egon Schiele
    Artworks instantly revealing his genius. A rare chance to witness Schiele’s artistry firsthand
  2. 2. The dramatic life of a genius who died young
    Experience Schiele’s works, learn their background, read his words—and relive his life
  3. 3. Not only Schiele but Klimt, Kokoschka, Gerstl . . .
    Works by other highly individualistic artists of fin de siècle Vienna

※This exhibition contains sexually explicit imagery.




January 26 (Thu) – April 9 (Sun), 2023
Exhibition Rooms
9:30 – 17:30 (Last admission 17:00)
Days of Extended Hours
Fridays, April 1, 8 9:30 – 20:00 (Last admission 19:30)

General ¥2,200 / College students ¥1,300 / Seniors 65+ ¥1,500 / Weekday limited pair discount ¥3,600

  • ※All visitors are requested to use our timed-entry online reservation system to purchase tickets. Please see our special website for details.
  • ※Reservation will be available from 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 12, 2023.
  • ※Weekday limited pair discount tickets are sold only on the official ticket site.
  • ※College students will be admitted free until February 9 (Timed-entry reservation required).
  • ※Visitors 18 and younger (born on/after April 2, 2004) and high-school age and younger will be admitted free (Timed-entry reservation required).
  • ※Timed-entry reservations are not required for preschoolers.
  • ※Admission free for visitors (and one accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate or Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate. (Timed-entry reservation not required).
  • ※High-school and university students, visitors 18 and younger, seniors 65 and older, and visitors with certificates are asked to show identification.
  • ※Same-day admission time slots are available for people who cannot easily make reservations using an online play guide. However, please be advised that the pre-set number of tickets may be sold out on your arrival.
Resale of admission tickets for this exhibition is strictly prohibited. The museum accepts no responsibility for any inconvenience or loss caused by the illegal resale of tickets.
Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, The Asahi Shimbun, Fuji Television Network, Inc.
Supported by
Austrian Embassy Tokyo / Austrian Cultural Forum Tokyo
Sponsored by
In Cooperation with
Lufthansa Cargo AG


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