WIKAM Vienna 2023




It takes place from 4th to 12th March 2023 in the beautiful Palais Ferstel in Wien – Vienna, one of the most iconic art cities in the world.


Karl Hauk, “Dolly”
Oil/cardboard, monogr. HK, dated 30
1930, 80 x 60 cm,
Photo: © Kunsthandel Widder ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023



Museum antiques and contemporary artthe WIKAM, one of the leading art fairs in Austria, invites visitors from all over the world to a varied art show and offers 9 days of fine art enjoyment. Renowned experts present the highlights from their portfolio and advise on buying art as an investment that can be worthwhile in more ways than one. Because whoever invests in art also invests in an emotional and cultural value.



Pair of profile heads
Werkstätte Hagenauer
Design by Franz Hagenauer – Ca. 1960
Brass. Marked 3 times, H: 37 cm, Mod. No. 1289
Photo: © Antiquitäten B. Brune ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023


Museum art treasures from a wide variety of eras and genres await the visitor, such as Asian art, Gothic sculptures, antique clocks and carpets, furniture and jewelery from the Baroque to Art Deco and much more. Among the paintings, outstanding works by Carl Moll, Alfons Walde and Alfred Zoff should be mentioned. In the area of ​​contemporary art, works by internationally renowned artists such as Alex Katz, Helmut Ditsch, Gottfried Helnwein, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Hermann Nitsch and Hubert Scheibl are shown and exciting young positions provide fresh impetus from the current art scene.



Alfons Walde, “Wirtsstube”
Oil on cardboard, signed. bottom right
54,2 x 61,3 cm
Photo: © Kunsthandel Freller ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023



With more than 45 years of history, WIKAM, the Vienna International Art and Antiques Fair, is one of the most traditional art fairs in Europe.



Lyrauhr „Apollo vom Belvedere“
Vienna, Ca. 1800, signed. “Gottlib Müller in Vienna”
Bronze patinated and fire-gilded
Anchor escapement, Viennese 4/4 chime on bells, H: 45 cm
Photo: © Lilly’s Art ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023



The WIKAM art fair program ranges from the Gothic to the contemporary art and offers:



Museum quality Vienna Empire secretary
Mahogany, 94 x 69 x 136 cm
Photo: © Kössl Kunst & Teppich ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023

Classic art: 

Asian art from China, Japan and Tibet 

Old master paintings to classic modern art

 antique carpets

 Art Nouveau objects 

Rare clocks

Silver and porcelain from renowned manufacturers 

Furniture from Gothic to Art Deco



Museum quality small art.






Hubert Scheibl, “Ones”
Öl auf Leinwand
Signed, inscribed and dated 2019/20 on the back 2019/20,-  150 x 120 cm – Photo: © Galerie Szaal ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023

Contemporary art:


Glass objects













Kunsthandel Widder is presenting an interesting retrospective of the Viennese painter and graphic artist Wilhelm Jaruska (1916-2008) – a representative of Expressionism whose roots lie in Klimt, Schiele and Kokoschka.



Carl Moll
“Blooming Garden”
Oil on wood, monogr. bottom left; WVZ-GE 483
Ca. 1931, 35 x 35.6 cm
Photo: © Kunsthandel Freller




 In the heart of Vienna, the Palais Ferstel,  enchants with its wonderful Venetian-Florentine Trecento style – unique in Vienna- This magnificent Italian palazzon offers the perfect ambience for The WIKAM and with its world-famous “Café Central”  – probably the most beautiful exhibition café in the world!



Historical essay bowl
Italy 1944-1968,  800 fine Silver, weight 2,270 g
Photo: © Kunsthandel Reisch ©Courtesy: WIKAM 2023





4th to 12th March 2023

Vienna, Austria




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