• 1928
    Friedrich Stowasser with midwife

    Born 15 December in Vienna as Friedrich Stowasser

  • 1929
    Ernst Stowasser, Hundertwasser's father

    Death of his father, a technical civil servant and officer in World War I.

  • 1934

    First juvenile drawings.

  • 1936
    Friedrich Stowasser aged about 6

    Attends the Montessori School in Vienna for one year.

    His report refers to his unusual sense of colour and form.

  • 1938

    Following the annexation of Austria to Nazi Germany, forced removal to the home of his aunt and grandmother on Obere Donaustrasse.

  • 1943
    Friedrich Stowasser with family

    First deliberate crayon drawings from nature.

    During this year, about 69 of his Jewish relations – on the side of his mother – are deported and killed, including his aunt and grandmother.

  • 1948
    Walter Kampmann, The Traveller

    School graduation. Spends three months at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, under Prof. Robin Christian Andersen.

    Lastingly influenced by a Walter Kampmann exhibition in the Albertina and by Schiele exhibitions.

    Speech at Leopoldskron Castle, Salzburg: Everybody must be creative.

  • 1949
    Hundertwasser travelling through Italy

    Start of extensive travelling: Northern Italy, Tuscany, Rome, Naples, Sicily. In Florence he meets René Brô and follows him to Paris.

    Develops his own style and adopts the name Hundertwasser.

  • 1950
    Hundertwasser with René Brô in the Castiglione pavilion at Saint-Mandé near Paris in front of the mural they painted together

    Stays in Paris with Brô and the Dumage family. Leaves the Ecole des Beaux Arts on the very first day. Paints two murals together with Brô in Saint Mandé. Meets Shinkichi Tajiri.

  • 1951
    Hundertwasser and Albert Paris Gütersloh at the Strohkoffer-Galerie of the Art-Club

    Spends the winter and spring in Morocco and Tunisia.

    Becomes a member of the Art Club, Vienna.

  • 1952
    Hundertwasser at the Art Club Vienna with his self-woven tapestry Pissing Boy with Sky-Scraper

    First exhibition in Art Club of Vienna.

    Brief decorative-abstract period.

  • 1953

    Paints his first spiral. Second stay in Paris. Works in Brô's studio, St. Maurice.

    Second Art Club exhibition, Vienna.

  • 1954
    Hundertwasser before the opening of his exhibition at Studio Paul Facchetti

    First exhibition in Paris at Studio Paul Facchetti.

    Hospitalised September and October in Ospedale Santo Spirito in Rome with jaundice, where he paints a large number of watercolours.

    Develops the theory of trans-automatism and begins to number his works.

  • 1955
    Hundertwasser with Carlo Cardazzo at the Galleria del Naviglio

    Exhibition at Galleria del Naviglio, Milan (Carlo Gardazzo).

  • 1956
    Hundertwasser with Hans Neuffer on board the S/S Bauta

    Second exhibition at Galerie Facchetti in Paris.

    In the summer, he sails as a deckhand with Hans Neuffer on the S.S. Bauta from Söderhamn to Hull.

    Publishes La visibilité de la création transautomatique (The Visibility of Transautomatic Creation) in Cimaises and Cinéma individuel transautomatique (The individual transautomatic cinema) in Phases in Paris.

    Friendship with collector Siegfried Poppe, Hamburg.

  • 1957
    La Picaudière

    Buys La Picaudière, a farmhouse in Normandy.

    Publishes La Grammaire du Voir (The Grammar of Seeing) in Paris.

    Exhibition at Galerie St. Stephan in Vienna.

  • 1957 - 1960

    Contract with Galerie H. Kamer, Paris, and exhibition.

  • 1958
    Hundertwasser in front of Seckau monastery before reading the Mouldiness Manifest

    Marries in Gibraltar (divorced 1960).

    Reads his Mouldiness Manifesto against Rationalism in Architecture at a symposium in Seckau monastery on 4 July.

  • 1959

    Receives the Sanbra Prize at the 5th São Paulo Biennale.

    Together with Ernst Fuchs and Arnulf Rainer, founds the Pintorarium, a universal academy of all creative fields.

    As guest lecturer at the Academy of Fine Art in Hamburg he draws the Endless Line with Bazon Brock and Schuldt. Resigns lectureship following scandal.

  • 1960
    Hundertwasser during his Nettle Manifestation, part of the event called "Anti Procés", initiated by Alain Jouffroy

    Nettle campaign in Paris in conjunction with Alain Jouffroy Antiprocès – how one can live independently.

    Exhibition in Galerie Raymond Cordier, Paris.

  • 1961
    Hundertwasser on Ginza street in Tokyo

    Visits Japan. Receives the Mainichi Prize at the 6th International Art Exhibition, Tokyo. Successful exhibition in Tokyo Gallery. Paints in Hokkaido and returns to Vienna via Siberia.

  • 1962
    Wedding photograph with Yuko Ikewada

    Marries Yuko Ikewada (divorced 1966).

    Paints on the Giudecca, Venice.

    Very successful retrospective at the Venice Biennale, organised by Vinzenz Ludwig Oberhammer.

  • 1963

    Travels to Greece; represented by Siegfried Adler.

  • 1964

    Climbing trip in the Tyrolean Alps.
    Large retrospective in the Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hanover, organised by Wieland Schmied. The exhibition also travels to Bern, Hagen, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Vienna. The Kestner-Gesellschaft publishes the first oeuvre catalogue.

  • 1965

    Essay on 35 Days in Sweden. Great success of touring exhibition in the Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

  • 1966

    Ferry Radax films the first documentary on Hundertwasser in La Picaudière and in Waldviertel, Lower Austria.

    Exhibition at Hammerlund Gallery, Oslo.

  • 1967
    Hundertwasser in Africa

    Visits Uganda and the Sudan.

    Travelling exhibition in galleries in Paris, London, Geneva, Berlin.

    Nude Speech for The Right to the Third Skin at Galerie Hartmann, Munich.

  • 1968

    Second Nude Speech and reading his Architecture-Boycott Manifesto Los von Loos (Loose from Loos) in Vienna.

    Travels to Northern California to prepare a catalogue for his museum exhibition at the University of California, Berkeley, organised by Herschel Chipp.

    Sails from Sicily to Venice in the San Giuseppe T, an old wooden salt hauler.

  • 1968 - 1972
    Hundertwasser aboard the "Regentag" in dry dock in Venice

    Reconstruction of the ship into the Regentag in the dockyards in the Venice lagoon.

  • 1969

    Museum tour of the Berkeley exhibition: Santa Barbara, Houston, Chicago, New York, Washington.

  • 1969 - 1971

    Creates graphic work 686 Good Morning City – Bleeding Town in 120 colour variations followed by a court case in Munich lasting 5 years.

    Lives and works on board the Regentag in the Venice lagoon.

  • 1970 - 1972
    Wooden box of portfolio Look at it on a rainy day

    Collaboration with Peter Schamoni on the film Hundertwasser’s Rainy Day.

    Works on the Regentag graphic portfolio at Dietz Offizin in Lengmoos, Bavaria.

  • 1971

    Works on the Olympia poster for Munich in Lengmoos.

    Sails down the Dalmatian coast in the Regentag with Peter Schamoni and Manfred Bockelmann; balloon flight with the two of them from Bavaria to Austria.

  • 1972
    Hundertwasser on the Eurovision programme "Make a Wish" with Dietmar Schönherr
    Hundertwasser with his mother

    Friendship with Joram Harel.

    On the TV show Wünsch dir was (Make a Wish), demonstrates roof forestation and individual façade design.

    Publishes manifesto Your window right – your tree duty.

    The Rainy Day film is shown in Cannes.

    Sails round Italy to Elba in the Regentag.

    Death of his mother.

  • 1973
    Hundertwasser with a tree-tenant on the occasion of the Milan Triennial

    First portfolio with Japanese woodcuts: Nana Hyaku Mizu. Hundertwasser is the first European painter to have his works cut by Japanese masters.

    Trip to the Cape Verde Islands and to New Zealand to his Museum travelling exhibition, organised by Hertha Dabbert, in Auckland, New Plymouth, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin.

    Takes part in the Milan Triennial, where 15 Tree Tenants are planted in windows in the Via Manzoni, and publishes manifesto Inquilino Albero.

    Exhibition at Aberbach Fine Art, New York.

  • 1974
    Hundertwasser with his paintings aboard the "Regentag"

    Travelling exhibition through museums in Australia: Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Mornington.

    Paints the Conservation Week poster for New Zealand and receives the Conservation Award.

    In the Albertina, Vienna, the exhibition „Stowasser 1943 bis Hundertwasser 1974“ is presented together with his juvenile oeuvre and the entire graphic oeuvre. Conceived as a travelling exhibition, by 1992 the graphics will have been shown at over 80 museums and galleries in 15 countries.

    Presents his proposals for a pedestrian area in Seilergasse, Vienna, which are rejected.

    Sails to Tunisia, Cyprus and Israel in the Regentag.

    Exhibition at Facchetti's, Paris.

  • 1975
    Hundertwasser with all constituent parts of a Humus Toilet
    Hundertwasser with Wolfgang Seidel

    Second Japanese woodcut portfolio: Midori No Namida.

    Retrospective exhibition in Haus der Kunst, Munich.

    Publishes Humus Toilet manifesto in Munich.

    Designs a stamp for Austria: the Spiral Tree, engraved by Wolfgang Seidel, thus launching the series Modern Art in Austria.

    Beginning of the world travelling museum exhibition Austria Presents Hundertwasser to the Continents in the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, continues until 1983 in 27 countries and 43 museums. In 1975 continued: Luxembourg, Marseille, Cairo.

    Sails the Regentag across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and through the Panama Canal to the Pacific.

  • 1976
    Hundertwasser aboard the "Regentag" arriving in Auckland

    Sails on board the Regentag from Tahiti via Rarotonga to New Zealand.

    World travelling museum exhibition: Tel Aviv, Warsaw, Reykjavik, Copenhagen, Dakar.

    Albertina travelling exhibition in the U.S.: Hanover, Brooklyn, Maryland.

  • 1977
    Hundertwasser on the Rio Negro

    Following two accidents, spends two months in Kawakawa hospital in New Zealand.

    Travels from Asia to South America, from Tokyo, Manila, Bangkok, Chen Mai, to Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia. From Manaus, sails in an open boat up the Rio Negro and Rio Branco.

    Speech to the Premières Rencontres Européennes du Cadre de Vie at UNESCO Paris in December.

    World travelling museum exhibition: Tokyo, Yokohama, Hong Kong, Cape Town, Pretoria, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, São Paulo, Caracas.

    Albertina travelling exhibition: U.S., Germany and Canada.

  • 1978
    Hundertwasser with paintings in the Waldviertel region

    Spends January and February in the Hahnsäge in Waldviertel, Lower Austria, in the snow with his friend Brô and paints seven pictures.

    After six years of development he completes a 3-D object with Alberto della Vecchia, 780 Fall in Cloud – Fall in Fog – Fall Out.

    Designs the Peace Flag for the Holy Land, with a green Arab crescent moon and blue Star of David against a white background, and publishes his Peace Manifesto.

    Travels to Senegal as guest of President Léopold Sédar Senghor.

    World travelling exhibition: Mexico City, Montreal, Toronto, Brussels, Budapest.

    Albertina travelling exhibition: Canada, Germany, Morocco.

  • 1979

    Travels to New York, San Francisco, Tahiti, New Zealand.

    Peace Flag and Peace Manifesto are sent by Austrian Federal Chancellor Bruno Kreisky to Middle-Eastern heads of state.

    Three stamps printed for the Republic of Senegal and one for the Republic of Cape Verde Islands, engraved by Wolfgang Seidel.

    Creates five coin objects in Vienna: Like entrance money into paradise.

    Experiments with humus toilets without chimney vent and indoor and outdoor water purification with plants.

    Reads manifesto on recycling Shit Culture – Holy Shit at Pfäffikon on the Lake of Zurich.

    Designs the book Ao Tea Roa edited by Hans Brockstedt.

    Spends the summer painting in Algajola on Corsica.

    World travelling exhibition: Madrid, Pfäffikon.

    Albertina travelling exhibition: Portugal, Spain, Germany, Italy, Great Britain.

    The travelling exhibition Hundertwasser Is Painting, with 40 works starts in Aberbach Fine Art, New York.

  • 1980
    Presentation of the model of the Hundertwasser House
    Hundertwasser during the tree planting in Judiciary Square

    At the start of the year, travels to Qatar, Sri Lanka, the Maldives and New Zealand.

    Presents 5 model designs for the apartment house at Löwengasse/Kegelgasse commissioned by the Municipality of Vienna.

    Hundertwasser Day in Washington, D.C. on November 18th, proclaimed by Mayor Marion Barry. Jr. The first 12 of 100 trees are planted in Judiciary Square, Washington, D.C. and the anti-nuclear poster Plant Trees – Avert Nuclear Peril is presented to Ralph Nader's Critical Mass Energy Project, Washington, D.C. along with the environmental poster Arche Noah 2000 for Germany.

    Speaks on ecology, against nuclear power and for a more human architecture in harmony with nature in the U.S. Senate, the Corcoran Museum, the Philipps Collection in Washington, D.C.; in Berlin on the occasion of the 2nd European Ecology Symposium, in Vienna and Oslo Technical Universities.

    Spends the summer painting on the island of Porquerolles.

    World travelling exhibition: Rome, Milan, Oslo, Cologne

    Albertina travelling exhibition: France, Germany, U.S.

    Exhibition Hundertwasser Is Painting: Tokyo, Hamburg, Oslo.

  • 1981
    Hundertwasser in his masterschool at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna

    At the start of the year, travels with Brô to India, Nepal, New Zealand.

    On 14 May, receives the 1980 Grand Austrian State Prize for the Arts; reception speech, The False Art, against nuclear energy and negativistic avant-garde in modern art.

    Receives the Austrian Nature Preservation Prize.

    Lectures on the environment, architecture and art in Cologne, Munich, Frankfurt, Graz, Vienna, East Berlin, Hamburg.

    Spends summer painting at Wolfgangsee, Salzburg.

    World travelling exhibition: Vienna, Graz, East Berlin, Helsinki, Bucharest.

    Albertina travelling exhibition: France, South America, U.S., Germany.

    Exhibition Hundertwasser Is Painting: Vienna.

    Appointed head of a Masterschool for painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. Writes Guidelines for the Hundertwasser Master School.

  • 1982
    Tree planting by Hundertwasser and Philip Rosenthal

    Finishes 16 paintings in New Zealand and Venice.

    Travels to Chieng Mai in June, to Sardinia in September.

    As architecture doctor redesigns the façade of the Rosenthal Factory in Selb. Makes a model to redesign a Coal-Rinsing Facility in Hamm, Westphalia, and ceramic tongue-beards for the façade of the Museum Rupertinum, Salzburg.

    Donates poster Artists for Peace to the Krefeld Initiative.

    Lectures on architecture, environmental protection and art in Sydney, Manila, Seattle, San Francisco, Washington D.C. in November and December.

    Hundertwasser Week in San Francisco from December 5th to 12th, proclaimed by Dianne Feinstein, mayor of San Francisco, to mark the presentation of the two posters Save the Whales and Save the Seas to Greenpeace and Jacques Cousteau Society.

    Presentation of the poster You Are a Guest of Nature to the Centre of Environmental Education, Washington D.C.

    Travels to Tahiti and New Zealand.

    World travelling exhibition: Sofia

    Albertina travelling exhibition: France, Germany, South America, U.S., Australia

    Exhibition at Artcurial in Paris features 20 new and 20 old paintings. Catalogue with texts by Hundertwasser, Pieyre de Mandiargues, Alain Jouffroy.

  • 1983
    Hundertwasser signing his graphic works 10002 Nights Homo Humus Come Va How Do You Do
    Hundertwasser on the occasion of the presentation of his postal stamps on December 9, 1983, one day before the 35th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in the UNO headquarters

    Edition of six postage stamps for the United Nations – 2 each for New York, Geneva and Vienna – engraved by Wolfgang Seidel.

    Founds a committee for the preservation of the old Kawakawa Post Office, New Zealand.

    Foundation stone of the Hundertwasser House is laid in Vienna.

    Works on silkscreen 860 Homo Humus Come Va How Do You Do in 10002 different versions in Spinea, Venice.

    Redesigns the outside walls of a silo at the Danube harbour in Krems.

    Creates the open-air model of the Highrise Meadow House at the IGA garden exhibition in Munich.

    Works on the book Schöne Wege – Gedanken über Kunst und Leben (Beautiful Paths: Thoughts on Art and Life).

    Designs a flag for New Zealand, the Koru, an unfurling fern.

    Environmental poster and tree planting in front of the fortress Akershus in the centre of Oslo on the occasion of the campaign “Acid precipitation – effects on forests and fish” in cooperation with the Norwegian Ministry for the Environment and the Norges Naturvernforbund (Norwegian Nature Conservancy Association).

    Travels to Kenya, the Seychelles and New Zealand.

    World travelling exhibition: London, York, Edinburgh.

    Lecture at the Royal College of Art, London

  • 1984
    Strategic discussion with ecologist Peter Weish at the sit-in to save the Hainburg forest wetlands

    Lives in New Zealand, Tahiti, Venice and Normandy.

    TV broadcast The Fall of the Avant-Garde in Munich with Brauer, Fuchs and Hrdlicka.

    Receives the City of Goslar's Environmental Protection Prize.

    Topping-out ceremony at the Hundertwasser House in Vienna. Works on the construction site.

    Receives the prize for the most attractive stamp from President Pertini, Italy, for SFr 1.20 stamp for the U.N., Geneva.

    Exhibitions in Vaduz, Bern, Wels, Zug, Lindau.

    Takes an active part in campaigns to save the Hainburg riparian forest. Camps there for a week. Designs the poster Hainburg – Die freie Natur ist unsere Freiheit (Free Nature is Our Freedom); tears up his Grand Austrian State Prize in protest.

  • 1985
    Hundertwasser with workmen at the building site of Hundertwasser House
    Hundertwasser works on Hundertwasser House

    Works all year on the building site of the Hundertwasser House, Vienna, together with architect Peter Pelikan, who becomes the artist’s closest collaborator in the field of architecture. 70,000 visitors attend the Open House.

    Nominated Officier dans l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres by French Minister of Culture Jack Lang, presented over by the French Ambassador in Vienna in 1987.

    At the end of the year travels back to New Zealand via Toronto, Los Angeles, Tahiti.

    Exhibition of graphic works in the Musée Gauguin, Tahiti, in December.

  • 1986
    Hundertwasser with Koru flag for New Zealand
    Hundertwasser House

    February 17th: the Hundertwasser House is presented to its tenants.

    1,000 green Koru-flags flown in New Zealand; great interest shown by the population, press and in parliament.

    Designs Uluru – Down Under Flag for Australia.

    Returns from New Zealand in December via Australia, India and Nepal.

    World travelling exhibition: Czechoslovakia.

    Exhibitions in: Sweden, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein.

    Works on the design of the Brockhaus Encyclopaedia in this and the following year.

    René Brô dies in Paris, where he lived in Hundertwasser's studio.

  • 1987

    Cept Europalia 1987, a Hundertwasser 6-schilling commemorative stamp, depicting the Hundertwasser-House, appears in March.

    Designs the poster for Luna Luna by André Heller and the poster for the Europalia. Redesigns the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels for the Europalia.

    Redesigns Church of St. Barbara in Bärnbach, Styria, and plans a Children's Day-care Centre in Heddernheim, Frankfurt.

  • 1988
    Hundertwasser redesigning the coat of arms of the federal states of Austria for the car licence plates
    Hundertwasser presenting his car licence plates for Austria
    In 1989 Hundertwasser collected signatures for their concern with the licence plate committe. A bus with a big increased Hundertwasser licence plate (adapted for each federal state) drove across Austria.

    Paints in Waldviertel, Lower Austria.

    Upon the invitation of mayor Helmut Zilk, he takes on the task of redesigning Vienna's Spittelau Heating Plant, in collaboration with architect Peter Pelikan.

    Travels to New Zealand; after his return, resumes work on the construction of the Church of St. Barbara in Bärnbach. Produces the colour etching 899 Bärnbacher Andacht as a contribution towards the renovation costs of the church.

    Writes manifesto Cultural Austria Against the Deportation and Destruction of Villages in Siebenbürgen, Rumania.

    Architecture exhibition in the Galerie Hilger, Frankfurt.

    He teaches at the International Summer Academy in Salzburg, conducts a master class on Humane Architecture in Harmony with Nature with Efthymios Warlamis and Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt.

    Consecration of the Church of St. Barbara, Bärnbach.

    Foundation stone of the Children’s Day-care Centre in Heddernheim, Frankfurt, is laid on 20 December.

    Redesigns and campaigns to retain the black Austrian licence plate.

    Works on the design of the Brockhaus Encyclopaedia.

    Awarded the Golden Medal of Honour of the City of Vienna and the Golden Medal of Honour of the State of Styria.

  • 1989

    Further involvement in the campaign to preserve Austrian identity in the matter of licence plates.

    The Hundertwasser Brockhaus Encyclopaedia appears in November.

    Creates Semi-Dako (Japanese kite) for a museum show in Japan.

    Builds architecture model In the Meadow Hills for the 22nd district in Vienna, rejected for fear of its attraction for tourists.

    Lecture on architecture The Green City in Baden, Switzerland.

    Leaves for New Zealand in December.

    Exhibitions in the U.S., France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

    Museum travel exhibition in Japan.

  • 1990

    Works on architecture projects: KunstHausWien; Motorway Restaurant Bad Fischau; AGIP Service Station, Vienna; District Heating Plant Spittelau, Vienna; In the Meadows, Bad Soden, Germany; Village Shopping Mall, Vienna; Textile Factory Muntlix, Vorarlberg; Winery Napa Valley, California.

    Exhibitions: France, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany.

    Spends the spring in New Zealand, lectures at Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Auckland and Blenheim for the "Living Treasure Programme" and 30-minute TV film production.

  • 1991

    Inauguration of KunstHausWien in April.

    Returns to New Zealand, resumes painting.

    Conceives and develops architecture projects: Thermal Village Blumau, Styria, for Rogner Austria, which is an adapted realisation of Hundertwasser's In the Meadow Hills – Rolling Hills idea. Town planning scheme for Griffen, Carinthia, Austria. Apartment house in Plochingen, Germany.

    Presentation of the Hundertwasser Art Jeton designed for Casino Austria.

    Liechtenstein commissions Hundertwasser to design a commemorative postage stamp and to co-ordinate the series Hommage au Liechtenstein. Other postage stamps designs by Jean Tinguely, Paul Wunderlich, Enrico Baj and René Brô.

  • 1992

    Designs 4 phone cards for the Austrian Postal Service and a postage stamp commemorating the European Council Summit in Vienna 1993.

    The exhibition Creative Architecture – Eternal Longing tours shopping centres in Germany (with 12 architecture models).

    Exhibition in Tokyo: Hundertwasser – His Art, His Ecology, His Architecture.

    Presentation of the model for Griffen and panel discussion:The Rebirth of Griffen – Does Carinthia need a Hundertwasser Project?

    Ceremony at the apartment project in Bad Soden, Germany.

    Presentation of the first model for the Thermal Village Blumau.

    Press conference on completion of the District Heating Plant Spittelau.

    In Tokyo Hundertwasser's 21st Century Clock Monument is installed. The Tokyo Broadcasting System broadcasts a TV documentary on Hundertwasser's architecture and his ecological commitment.

    Guest lecture at Takasaki Arts Center College, Japan.

  • 1993
    Hundertwasser during the presentation of the Hundertwasser Bible at the printer's

    Paints in New Zealand, works on the Hundertwasser Bible project.

    Designs the cover of the Stowasser Latin Dictionary.

    Involvement in the campaign opposing Austria's joining the European Union.

    Topping-out ceremony of the residential complex Living Beneath the Rain Tower in Plochingen, Germany.

    Humane redesign of the Cancer Ward of the University Clinic in Graz, Austria.

    Projects for fountains in Zwettl, Lower Austria, and Linz, Upper Austria.

    On the occasion of his 65th birthday Television broadcasts the holiday matinee "Person-to-Person" in Theater in der Josefstadt, Vienna.

    Court proceedings on defamation and blackmailing of his person end with prison sentences of all 3 offenders.

  • 1994

    Continues the campaign against Austria's joining the EU.

    Architecture exhibitions in Vienna, in the Historic Museum of the City of Budapest and in Hanover.

    Dedication of the drinking fountain in Linz, the fountain in Zwettl.

    Inauguration of the architecture project Living Beneath the Rain Tower complex in Plochingen, Germany; Hundertwasser's first cooperation with architect Heinz Springmann.

    Architecture projects for Budapest.

    Exhibition at Landau Fine Art, Montreal, Canada.

  • 1995

    Three postage stamps for Luxembourg as well as three more postage stamps for the U.N. commemorating the world summit on social development in Copenhagen.

    Commemorative cancellation on the 25th anniversary of the Premio Internazionale Asiago d'arte filatelica.

    Works on Thermal Village Blumau. Redesign of Martin Luther Gymnasium in Wittenberg, Germany.

    Architecture exhibition in Rotterdam and Nuremberg.

    Presentation of the Hundertwasser Bible.

    Designs for the exterior of a Boeing B 757 for the German Condor Airline, rejected. Architecture design for the children's museum Kids Plaza in Osaka, Japan.

  • 1996

    Exhibition of architecture models at the Karstadt department store in Munich. Exhibition at the Municipal Museum in Braunschweig and at the Schleswig-Holstein House, Schwerin.

    Unveiling of the Danube ship, MS Vindobona, redesigned by Hundertwasser.

    Awarded the Tourism Prize of the Viennese Industry for 1996.

  • 1997
    Hundertwasser with the architecture model Hohe-Haine (High Groves), Dresden

    Presentation of the architecture project The Forest Spiral of Darmstadt.

    Exhibition of stamp designs, graphic works and architecture models at the Philatelia in Cologne. Awarded the Grand Prix of German philately.

    Works on 366 individual book-cover designs for Bertelsmann Book Club.

    Short trip to the Urupukapuka Bay in New Zealand on La Giudecca, a small steel ship from Venice.

    Visits to Singapore, Napa Valley – architectural work on the Winery, San Francisco and New York.

    Inauguration of the Thermal Village Blumau, Styria.

    Designs for architecture projects MOP Maishima Incineration Plant, Osaka, Japan, Hohe-Haine-Dresden (High Groves), Germany, Market Hall Altenrhein, Switzerland.

    Beginning of construction at the Martin Luther Gymnasium in Wittenberg, Germany.

    Awarded the Grand Decoration of Honour for Services to the Republic of Austria (posthumously conferred in March 2000).

    Lives and paints in La Picaudière, Normandy.

  • 1998
    Introductory sheet showing the imprints of all the sheets

    Retrospective museum exhibition at Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, Germany. Museum exhibition tour in Japan at the Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Museum EKi, Kyoto, Sakura City Museum of Art, Chiba.

    Artprint edition, donated by Hundertwasser to raise funds for the special support of the reconstruction of the Martin Luther Gymnasium in Wittenberg, Germany.

    Awarded the VDRJ-Prize 1998 in Berlin for outstanding services to tourism by the Association of German Travel Journalists.

    The Submersion of Atlantis, a ceramic-mural is installed at the new Orient Metro station in Lisbon.

    Creates and donates an original poster Among Trees You Are at Home to support an ecological project for afforestation of the desert in Israel.

    Architecture design for the Pumping station, Sakishima Island, and for the Sludge Center, Osaka, Japan.

    Works on the silkscreen portfolio La Giudecca Colorata.

  • 1999
    Hundertwasser is watching the ferrocement being applyied on the Regentag.

    Works on architecture projects The Green Citadel of Magdeburg and Ronald McDonald House in Essen, Germany. Presentation of the architecture project Hundertwasser Environmental Railroad Station, Uelzen, Germany. Reconstruction work for the new Kawakawa Public Toilet, New Zealand.

    Museum exhibitions tour in Japan: Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Nagoya City Art Museum, The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Kobe,
    The Museum of Modern Art Saitama.

    Writes manifesto Creation holds © Copyright.

    Designs the layout and book covers for his Catalogue Raisonné and writes commentaries to many of his paintings.

  • 2000
    Hundertwasser's burial place on his land in Kaurinui Valley

    Works on architecture projects for Tenerife and Dillingen/Saar, Germany.

    Dies of heart failure on Saturday, February 19, in the Pacific, on board of Queen Elizabeth 2. In accordance with his wishes, he is buried in harmony with nature on his land in New Zealand, in the Garden of the Happy Dead, under a tulip tree.


    Hundertwasser, 1979