ZONE1 has established itself as acclaimed format for the presentation of young artists from or educated in Austria and this year offers a series of innovative projects. Marlies Wirth, curator at the MAK – Austrian Museum for Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna – has selected the program and presents the entire range of …
ZONE1, the format for solo presentations of young Austrian art, once again promises a program full of surprises. Realized with the kind support of the Austrian Federal Chancellery, these are the up-and-coming Austrian artists presented at viennacontemporary.
Cinema presents films and videos by Austrian and international artists, submitted by galleries participating in viennacontemporary. Developed and curated by Olaf Stüber, the format will this year explore artistic self-representation in film and video.
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.
Two weeks ago the Essl Museum announced a call for applications for the group exhibition of emerging artists “die zukunft der malerei”. I met curator Günther Oberhollenzer to find out about the selection procedure, the focus on painting, and the prospects for the artists after the exhibition.
VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary is very grateful for the support for the young Austrian artists from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Art and Culture (BM:UKK) (www.bmukk.gv.at) in facilitating ZONE1, a special project at the fair where Austrian galleries present solo exhibitions. This is the first introduction to the artists and a peek at the works from the upcoming …