Dragging your kids along to the museum can be boring for them in a best-case-scenario and cause thousands of Euros worth of damage at worst. Luckily, there are better ways for the young ones to get involved with classic and contemporary art. To show off what Viennese institutions have to offer, they will be hosting fun …
What have artists Aldo Giannotti, Ulla Rauter and Albert Mayr been up to since their ZONE1 presentations at viennacontemporary?
We’ve caught up with some promising artist from viennacontemporary’s 2014 edition of ZONE1: Tina Lechner, Lukas Troberg, and Julia Haller.
The fifth Moscow International Biennale for Young Art curated by Nadim Samman is definitely among the must see exhibitions this summer. The main Biennale project ‘Deep Inside’ situated at Trekhgornaya Manufacture — one of Moscow’s oldest textile mills features 87 works by 93 artists, selected from over 2000 applications.
Fresh on the heels of Zagreb’s 7th D Day International Design Festival, a weekend program offering a series of lectures and workshops covering professional aspects of the design industry, the Croatian capital is set to turn the spotlight on its trendiest neighborhood – the cultural hub around Martićeva Ulica – with the first annual Design …
The eleventh edition of Manifesta opened in Zurich last weekend with 250 art works, 130 artists and the title: ‘What People Do for Money: Some Joint Ventures’ curated by German artist Christian Jankowski.
Austrian artist Christoph Weber manipulates concrete. His sculptures often appear like frozen moments and movements of the unyielding material. His studio is located in the heart of Vienna’s Favoriten district, a mixed area with many residential buildings. His workshop is on the first floor of a former foam factory, which is currently used as an …
We caught up with some of the artist who were presented in the 2013 edition of ZONE1, viennacontemporary’s emerging artist format: Andrew Mezvinsky, Nestor Kovachev and Gudrun Kampl.
What an intense weekend it was! We went to the 12th edition of Berlin Gallery Weekend and captured the highlights for you.
Monthly overview on #viennacontemporaryMag of the most interesting exhibitions across Eastern Europe, handpicked by Tina Kaplar, editor in chief of Art Guide East.
On two weekends between April 27 and May 7 underground culture enthusiasts pilgrimage to Krems an der Donau to see what’s new in performative arts and contemporary music. Here’s what to check out at the upcoming edition.
The exhibition Cosmic Cathedral, which takes place in Galerie Krinzinger is the first solo exhibition of artist duo HANAKAM & SCHULLER. I met Markus and Roswitha, who have been working together since 2004, at the gallery to talk about their work and approach to film and technology.