#contemporaryvienna / 2019

viennacontemporary 2019 | Media Talks + Partner

Media Talks + Partner

This year, viennacontemporary gives the floor to media outlets, such as Bildrecht, Collectors Agenda, Verein K to voice their views on the contemporary art world.


Friday, 27 September 2019 | 2:30–3:30 pm | viennacontemporary x Bildrecht | D32

Peter Brodner Lawyer specialized in asset transfers by way of succession and inter vivos
Karin Lingl Managing Director of the Foundation „Stiftung Kunstfonds zur Förderung der zeitgenössischen bildenden Kunst“
Elisabeth von Samsonow
Philosopher and Artist, full Professor for Philosophy and Historical Anthropology of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Sasa Hanten-Schmidt
Expert for Contemporary Fine Arts since 1960 with focus on Europe, Lawyer
Günter Schönberger
Managing Director of the collective Management Organisation Bildrecht | Gesellschaft zur Wahrnehmung visueller Rechte
Natascha Burger
Galerie Hubert Winter, Director, Head of Estate, Estate Birgit Jürgenssen
Moderation: Christof Habres Cultural Journalist and Art Market Expert

The prospects and challenges of, as well as the solutions for premature legacies and bequests concerning fine art. The Bildrecht Talk is an initiative of the collective management organisation Bildrecht | Gesellschaft zur Wahrnehmung visueller Rechte.


Saturday, 28 September 2018 | 11:30–12:30 pm | Media Talk: Die Presse | D32

 

Christiane Erharter, Curator for Community Outreach at Belvedere 21
Bettina Steinbrügge 
Direktorin Kunstverein in Hamburg, Geschäftsführerin Kunstmeile Hamburg, Professorin der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg
Maria Schneider Former Chief Creative Director of Autostadt, now Author and Curator in Vienna
Moderator: Eva Komarek Art Market Journalist, writes for Rubrik Kunstmarkt in the Presse am Sonntag.

What are the common goals of cultural institutions in a city? What role do corporate initiatives play? What impact such projects have on the city and how are they perceived by the public audience? With kind support by Kunstmeile Hamburg.


Saturday, 28 September 2019 | 1:00-2:00 pm | Collectors Talk | D32

Mario von Kelterborn Collector, Founder & CEO of Archie’s Nose App
Attilia Fattori Franchini Independent Curator and Writer based in Vienna and Milan, Curator of the commission program BMW Open Work by Frieze and of Curva Blu, a residency project in Favignana, Sicily. She is currently preparing upcoming projects in Naples and Milan.

Mario von Kelterborn, a well-known collector of video art (among others), talks with Attilia Fattori Franchini, curator of the Video presentation, about the charms of collecting video art, its current trend, and feelings of hesitation accompanying buying decisions. How does video art fit into everyday life and how do collectors start to get interested in it?


Saturday, 28 September 2019 | 5:30-6:30 pm | | viennacontemporary x Verein K | D32


Rahel Aima Writer, Editor and Critic
Louisa EldertonWriter, Editor and Curator
Kristian Vistrup Madsen Writer and Critic
Evrim Altug Journalist and Critic
Moderator: Klaus Speidel is a Philosopher, Art Critic and Curator

Four Critics on Art in Austria and their Approach to Criticism
What does art in Austria look like from the perspective of international art critics? How do they see the role of criticism today? Are there national differences in writing about art? In the final discussion of Verein K‘s residency program Visiting Critics Vienna, we will address these and many other questions.


Saturday, 29 September 2019 | 12:00-13:00 pm | Collectors Agenda | D32

Bettina Leidl Director of Kunst Haus Wien
Florian Langhammer Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Art platform Collectors Agenda
Anna Ebner art historian with over ten years of experience in the international contemporary art market
Elisabeth Wallner Specialist for modern and contemporary prints at Dorotheum
Petra Schilcher Co-Founder Edition Artelier/Graz, Director Gallery Artelier Contemporary Graz
Moderator: Kristina Kulakova Head of PR & Marketing at viennacontemporary

Collecting art is inspiring, collecting art is fun – and it can be very expensive. Editions can offer an alternative – not only in terms of money. The offer, both from young talents and established artists, is vast. Can editions function as an introduction to collecting? Where can you find them? And what is the long-term price development of editions


Photo: Peter Brodner © Adsy Bernart, Natascha Burger @ Michael Hoepfner, Karin Lingl @ privat, Elisabeth von Samsonow @ Lisa Rastl, Sasan Hanten-Schmidt-1 @ Juergen T Sturany, Guenter Schoenberger © Eva Kelety, Christof Habres © Andrea Peller, Steinbruegge Bettina@Natascha Unkart, Maria Schneider © Autostadt, Attilia Fattori@Paolo Lafratta, Mario von Kelterborn, Eva Komarek©Günther Peroutka, Christiane Erharter © Ouriel Morgensztern


 

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viennacontemporary
26–29 September 2019
Marx Halle Vienna
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