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.
Designer and art directrice Laura Karasinski is one of the most prominent voices of the young contemporary generation in Vienna . In this interview she talks about her agency and the city.
ARTUNER Director of Sales Maria-Theresia Pongracz talks about what she misses the most in Vienna, her last project, personal ‘musts’ when in town, and more…
Read Thomas Wüstenhagen’s take on Vienna’s development.
Don’t miss this week in Vienna
We’ve caught up with some promising artist from viennacontemporary’s 2014 edition of ZONE1: Tina Lechner, Lukas Troberg, and Julia Haller.
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.
Viennese art scene is getting ready for viennacontemporary, which will take place next week. Meanwhile check what opens in Vienna this week:
Art collector, advisor and curator Amir Shariat guides through contemporary art galleries in Vienna.
Here is the list of the coolest solutions for this week. Art events not to be missed in Vienna.
Even though this week in Vienna is chilled, there is the opening at the Secession and more.
VIENNAFAIR 2014 organized by VF Betriebsgesellschaft mbH pays special attention to students with an exclusive series of guided tours with art professionals: VIENNA Studio. Students and fair visitors have the chance to gain valuable insights into curators’ knowledge of contemporary art and see the fair from a unique perspective.
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 …
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 …
Why Mathias Poledna? “Because his work is boiling!” maintains this year’s commissioner of the Austrian pavilion Jasper Sharp. Shortly before the 55th Art Biennale opens its doors, Mathias Poledna’s work “A Village By The Sea” was shown in the Secession in Vienna… Watch the video to get in the right mood for Venice!