viennacontemporary 2019 | Culture 5.0 Conference
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viennacontemporary 2019 | Culture 5.0 Conference

Culture 5.0 Conference | Booth Е04 This year, we are launching a new initiative supported by the Aksenov Family Foundation – the “Culture 5.0 Conference”. The conference will provide a multi-disciplinary platform to explore practical possibilities of integrating culture with science, education, business, digital technologies. Continue reading

viennacontemporary 2019 | Media Talks + Partner
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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 … Continue reading

viennacontemporary 2019 | Explorations
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viennacontemporary 2019 | Explorations

The section Exploration is curated by Harald Krejci and gathers various galleries from Europe presenting artistic positions of the 60s and 70s in a concentrated presentation of works. The section shows very different artistic attitudes, all of which, in their specific way, indirectly link or refer to the intellectual heritage of post-war surrealism. Continue reading

In conversation with Jasper Sharp | grey time at KHM
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In conversation with Jasper Sharp | grey time at KHM

Bruchteile (Fractions) is a two-part oil painting that was created in the public galleries of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. The unusual collaboration between the two artists,  Jeremias Altmann and Andreas Tanzer, meant that they not only had to paint simultaneously but also under the restrictions of a museum setting. Jasper Sharp, adjunct curator for Modern … Continue reading

Top 5 Exhibitions in Vienna | July
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Top 5 Exhibitions in Vienna | July

Our selection of Top 5 exhibitions this July features architectural and spatial gestures by artists that confront political and social developments of various contexts. Installations by Op artists at mumok tap into a variety of visual effects and optical illusions creating an immersive and visceral experience for its audience. From another context, Monica Bonvicini developed a … Continue reading