The years 2016-2019:

Due to the actual situation in the world the MOYA is dedicating it`s time and art activities to PEACE. 
Having left the former location and during the planning of the new permanent location from 2020 MOYA is actually organising the 

POP UP ART TOUR FOR PEACE in international locations.

Location for the Pop Up exhibition "PEACE" in Vienna, in September 2018:

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Atelierhaus (former Semper Depot), 
Lehargasse 6-8, 1060 Vienna, exhibition space 


The years 2010-2015:  
In baroque Palais on the Freyung 1000m²

After 5 years the MOYA needed more space and moved to the Palais Batthyány-Schönborn. Art exhibitions were now shown in an even more representative location on ca. 1000 m². This city palace was built by one of the most famous baroque architects in Austria, Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, from 1698-1706. The baroque palace with its`s Rococo interior elements was situated in Renngasse 4, 1010 Vienna, at the Freyung. Still in the heart of Vienna the MOYA now was in direct neighbourhood with the Constitutional Court, Bank Austria Kunstforum, Schottenkirche, Palais Kinsky with it`s Auctionhouse, and the Golden Quartier, the exclusive shopping area of Vienna.


The years 2005-2010:
At the Vienna Ringstrasse / Burgtheater 500m²

From the foundation in 2005 until 2010 the MOYA was located at the prime location at the Vienna Ringstrasse, right next to the Vienna Burgtheater, the famouse Vienese coffeehouse Café Landtmann and opposite the Vienna Town Hall. From the Bel Etage of this representative building in Löwelstrasse 2, 1010 Vienna, and also from the elongate and very popular balcony one had a splendid view over the Town Hall with its main square and the Vienna Burgtheater. Next to the MOYA was also the famous head office of the SPÖ-party. Right behind the MOYA one could find several ministries. On ca. 500 m² artworks were presented in 11 Salons. The ceilings in this typical building from the period of fin de ciècle historism were in the Bel Etage extraordinarily high - ideal for art presentations.