846 WINDOW RIGHT
FENSTER RECHT
Postage stamp design I for UN, New York, United Nations Human Rights 1948-83, US $ 0.20
Vienna, 1983
Watercolour on white primed paper
330 mm x 250 mm
Painted in Kaurinui, March 16, 1983 - Vienna, April - September, 1983
Collection: KunstHausWien, Vienna

Hundertwasser comment about the work:
WINDOW RIGHT The right to one's window. Every man must have the right to lean out of his window and to recreate and reshape his third skin, the window and the outside walls of his house as far as his arms can reach so that he distinguishes himself from his imprisoned neighbours, and that from far away everybody can see: there lives a free man.
+ One-man exhibitions
  • Travelling exhibition 1989:
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, 1989
  • Iwaki City Art Museum, 1989
  • Ohara Museum of Art, 1989
  • (*)
  • KunstHausWien, Vienna, since April 1991
  • Borek Ladengeschäft am Dom, Braunschweig, 1996
  • Philatelia T'card '97, Cologne, 1997
  • Marke + Münze, Graz, 2001
  • Egon Schiele Museum, Tulln, 2004
  • Szépmüvészeti Museum, Budapest, 2007/08
  • Musée d'Unterlinden, Colmar, 2008
+ Literature: Monographs
  • Y. Shirakura (ed.), Shinchosha's Super Artists: Hundertwasser, Japan, 1991, p. 75 (b)
  • H. Rand, Hundertwasser, Cologne 1991, p. 232 (c) and ed. 1993, p. 194 (c)
  • Contemporary Great Masters: Hundertwasser, Tokyo, 1993, p. 86 (b)
  • A. C. Fürst, Hundertwasser 1928-2000, Catalogue Raisonné, Cologne, 2002, Vol. II, pp. 645/646 (and c)
+ Literature: Exhibition catalogues
  • Travelling exhibition 1989: Japan, cat. 60 (b)
  • Minoritenkloster, Tulln, 2004, p. 136 (c)
  • A Magical Eccentric, Szépmüvészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 2007, p. 176
+ Literature: Various
  • Cultures 36, Dialogue between the peoples of the world, Unesco, Paris, 1985, p. 160 (b)
+ Literature: Magazines, Periodicals
  • Wiener, KunstHausWien Extra, .d., Klosterneuburg, p. 15 (c)