We picked the best art exhibitions on display in Vienna this March. Explore the contemporary side of the city and visit museums and galleries listed further.
Don’t miss in Vienna this week
Independent Art Consultant and young collector Elmerice Habsburg-Lothringen, who moved from Vienna to London, talks about her collection and Vienna.
Read Thomas Wüstenhagen’s take on Vienna’s development.
This week weather will be terrible, but good enough for gallery hopping. Here is the selection of exhibition openings for you.
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 …
Museum planners: Gertraud and Dieter Bogner began collecting art about thirty years at the castle “Schloss Buchberg” located in Gars am Kamp in Lower Austria. After donating about 400 pieces, a large part of their collection, to mumok they still continue to collect.
The Viennese dance festivals’ artistic director explains how the world of Contemporary Dance is different from the visual arts but similar to the world of Frisbee, what to see at this year’s Impulstanz and how Vienna finally became cool.
Don’t miss this week in Vienna
Contemporary Vienna is an exciting place to be, and Instagram accounts listed in this post are proving it.
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.
Today, the Secession is one of the world’s oldest independent artist associations devoted entirely to exhibitions of contemporary art. I met Sylvie Liska, who is the president of the “Friends of the Secession” for 25 years to find out how the institution functions and asked her opinion on the contemporary art scene in Vienna, collecting …
7 young curators and an 8-week journey along the Danube. This is about 56 days of infinite chances to understand the complexity of the contemporary art scene between two cities: Vienna and Budapest. The residency program Curators Connection organized by BlockFrei (Vienna) and cARTc (Budapest) creates an exciting framework for gaining new insights into the …
New economies and new artistic practices also need new spaces of culture and its mediation. From temporary spaces to the development of new cultural complexes, development concepts are being discussed in both Western and Eastern and Southeastern Europe and in part are already being realized.
VIENNA Talks showcases a broad spectrum of presentations, discussions, and debates with important representatives of the contemporary art scene. This year’s Talks provides an exciting and multifaceted platform for art professionals from different Eastern focus regions – people who rarely have the chance to meet each other – to represent their countries to the fullest …