Vienna’s art scene is back from holidays with a lot of exhibition openings and more.
Vienna’s leading contemporary art galleries will be presenting specially curated exhibitions on the topic “Meine Herkunft habe ich mir selbst ausgedacht” [My Origins? I made them up]. The festival, coordinated and supported by the Vienna Business Agency and their creative centre departure, is on display from September 9 to October 15.
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.
This week will be quiet, which is good, because we all need some rest after the Vienna Art Week:). But some exhibition openings nonetheless are listed here:
Your hand-picked guide to Vienna Art Week 2015 (November 16-22). Day by day tips for openings, talks and guided tours. What to see and when.
This week will be busy with openings. Here is where we might meet each other in Vienna:
This year the season kicked off with the openings of curated by_vienna, which features 20 exhibitions in Vienna’s leading contemporary art galleries. Check out what caught my eye:
Thursday will be busy this week, don’t miss curated_by openings and new exhibitions at the Secession. For more see the listing below.
This week will be very busy with Vienna Biennale and other openings. Click to see the full list.
Don’t miss in Vienna this week.
This year VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary once again coincides with curated by_vienna, a project by the creative unit of Vienna’s Business Agency departure, where international curators present exhibitions in Vienna’s leading contemporary art galleries. Learn how gallerists chose curators for the show
VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary is very grateful for the support for 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 second part of the introduction to the artists and a peek at the works from the upcoming …
As in London and New York, galleries hoard together in one place so that they cannot be overseen. This also goes for Vienna. There are gallery nests, among others in Schleifmühlgasse in the 4th district and Seilerstätte and Eschenbachgasse in the 1st district. Five high profile Viennese galleries found their home in Eschenbachgasse: Galerie Steinek, …