Active week full of exhibition openings is ahead of us with Vienna Biennale and much more!
Curator and artist Walter Seidl reports from documenta 14 and writes about Eastern European artists presented at the quinquennial exhibition in Kassel.
written by Bharti Lalwani
Over 500 artists will be participating in this year’s fair. See if your favourites are on the list, and catch them all between 22 and 25 September at Marx Halle Vienna!
This week will be hot: new exhibitions of Ron Mueck, Oliver Laric, Gerald Domenig and James Lee Byars are opening in Vienna.
Read the interview with Austrian artist Albert Mayr, whose solo show will be presented at viennacontemporary by MARTINETZ from Cologne in the framework of ZONE1.
Read the interview with Austrian artist Clemens Wolf, whose solo show will be presented by Galerie Silvia Steinek (booth A24) in the framework of ZONE 1.
Leopold Museum presented the first comprehensive exhibition in Vienna featuring more than 80 works by the British artist Tracey Emin.
Meet Zenita Komad, Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair and Hans Weigand – artists of the exhibition Tales of 2 Cities at the Jewish Museum Vienna.
Meet six independent curators and find out about about their practice, the pros and cons of working in Austria, and what makes Austrian artists different.
Karola Kraus about collecting tradition in her family, her goals and mumok (Vienna’s Museum of Modern Art).
Austria’s young bright burning star extraordinaire, Les Tardes Goldscheyder, the autodidact, street artist, visionary, poet, painter and curator (www.durchhaus.org) narrates the mystic spaces between the hell and heaven.
How Art Works? – a serious movie about problems and solutions by Tymek Borowski & Pawel Sysiak ( Billy Gallery) http://billygallery.com/
“I layer one image on another,” says Przemek Matecki – and that’s precisely what he does. The adoption of the simplest of methods to juxtapose two seemingly incongruous languages, meanings, histories, or images leads to an astonishing and compelling conclusion.Can two opposing things be reconciled into a whole to create a new meaning?
A few years ago scientists discovered that looking at art induces the same feelings of pleasure as being in love. In search for this feeling, I visited openings at the Secession and TBA21–Augarten. And I found it, as the exhibitions of Robert Irwin and Thomas Locher at the Secession and Cerith Wyn Evans at TBA21 were great. The guests …