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In the summer of 1909, two one-acts by the twenty-three-year-old painter Oskar Kokoschka premiered in Vienna in an outdoor theatre built in the garden adjacent to the art museum as part of the second Kunstschau exhibit. The two Kunstschauen (of 1908 and 1909) were organized by Gustav Klimt and his friends in order "to expose the Viennese public to the most shocking and revolutionary forces in contemporary art," and Kokoschka exhibited in both. The showing of Oskar Kokoschka's art and his playsdoi:10.1353/dtc.2015.0030 fatcat:lzr7rshtjnh6bmlers47poktsy