In the last ten years KÖR/Public Art Vienna have realized 169 permanent and temporary art project breathing new life into the city of Vienna’s public space. We have selected ten projects and created a map for you to get an overview and inspire you to view Vienna from a new perspective.
Art collector, advisor and curator Amir Shariat guides through contemporary art galleries in Vienna.
We are excited to announce artists represented at viennacontemporary 2015!
‘Without a collector there is no gallery, there is no artist, there is no art scene.’ – In the video landscape designer Roman Fuchs talks about his art collection and shows Villa Fuchs — a 1350 square meter residency with a sculpture park, where he lives with his wife, six children and numerous works of art.
Many people know Erling Kagge as one of the greatest adventurers of our time, but not everyone knows about his passion for collecting contemporary art. Read an interview and discover more.
Explore and enjoy a curated selection of Austrian sculpture. You will find the exhibition during VIENNAFAIR from October 10 to 13 both indoors and outdoors at the fair grounds . Sorry, no Franz West this time! Indoor section is located at the booth A1: Outdoor sculptures will be displayed in the area leading to the …
Today we are introducing you another special project of VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary, that will take a place from October 10 to 13, 2013.
We are proud to present our second video interview series. New style, more Vienna impressions! We hope you enjoy our first video – as much as we do!
Find out why Anna cannot eat “Frittatensuppe” anymore, why she loves to meditate in the Viennese park Prater and to run away from the security…
Last Friday the MUMOK (Museum Of Modern Art) in Vienna opened its doors to the big Franz West retrospective “Where Is My Eight?” – a tribute to one of the most important Austrian contemporary artists, who unfortunately passed away last summer. Friends, colleagues, fans, and a lot of VIPs came to the event.
Christoph Thun-Hohenstein is without question a big player in the Austrian art scene. From 1999 to 2007 he was well known as director of the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York. Later he came back to Austria to push the local creative industry as director of departure – the creative agency of Vienna. Since 2011 …
Christian Meyer runs his gallery together with Renate Kainer since 1998. The gallery showcases Austrian “stars” like Gelitin, Heimo Zobernig, Franz West, and international artists like Liam Gillick, Yoshitomo Nara, Raymond Pettibon, and many more. http://meyerkainer.com