Forms Larger and Bolder: EVA HESSE DRAWINGS
Francesco Clemente at the Albertina. A visually stunning journey into hidden ideas of the ego. By Sabine B. Vogel.
VIENNA GALLERIES CHECK-IN #3
Conversations about trial and error, the fight against prevailing structures and improvable communication - a check-in with some of Vienna's most established galleries. By Angelika Seebacher.
Lieselott Beschorner: Im Atem der Zeit [In the Breath of Time]
Until now, Beschorner's work has hardly been seen, which is finally changing. A text by Sabine B. Vogel.
VIENNA GALLERIES CHECK-IN #2
Vienna has developed into an exciting and dynamic contemporary art landscape in recent years - not least because of its galleries. Today we visit another three of them
VIENNA GALLERIES CHECK-IN #1
What role do art, artists and their institutions play in questioning existing norms and orders? We have asked three art galleries
ARTISTS SUPPORT UKRAINE
On February 24, 2022, a decades-long post-war order came to an end in an unfathomable way for the 21st century and of course, the
Not just a piece of the coat
Redistribution now? In its current annual show "Poor & Rich", the Dom Museum Wien presents a cross-section of the history and iconography of social inequality.
Painting as a threat
At Galerie Sophie Tappeiner, Berlin-based artist Sophie Reinhold explores the threat potential of painting and comes up with exciting results.
After the intoxication
Christine König Gallery presents a satyr play of a special kind as part of curated by: thoughtful, sober, sympathetically 'unbaroque'.
Conversation between the shores
With Birgit Jürgenssen and Cinzia Ruggeri, Galerie Hubert Winter juxtaposes two radical individualists who never met during their lifetimes.
The second edition of the Propeller Biennale at Fotogalerie Wien in WUK once again shows a selection of works by students at Austrian art colleges.
Healing Confusion. A visit with Marc Dion
At Galerie Kargl, Mark Dion explores the question of the principles by which we order things.
Between the dots of light
With "Pattern As A Teacher" at Felix Gaudlitz Valentina Triet generates an invisible body inhabiting the voids.
I sing against Monsanto
The exhibition, curated by Miguel A. López, shows works by artists from all over the world who critically deal with exploitation and environmental destruction.
Fashion and dystopia
In her exhibition "Autumn Cloth" at Sophie Tappeiner gallery, Dutch artist Tenant of Culture traces the consequences of economics in the fashion world.
Practice seeing with relish
Under the title "Posture and Pose", Kunst Haus Wien is dedicating an extensive retrospective to Elfie Semotan on the occasion of her 80th birthday.
Eating your cake and baking it anew
Kunstverein Kevin Space presents the new project of Vienna-based writer Miriam Stoney, whose work is mostly collaborative and text-based.
Yuji Agematsu makes miniature sculptures from waste he finds on his daily strolls through New York's streets. The objects cast in resin can currently be seen at the Secession.
A Path from Thought to Action
This year Joseph Beuys would have turned 100 years old. Belvedere 21 is taking this opportunity to present an extensive exhibition of his work.
On the extremes of good and evil
The exhibition by Kapsch prize winner Hugo Canoilas takes us into a sea world populated by unknown creatures and questions the anthropocentric view of the world.
Hidden thoughts of a visual nature
Monika Pessler, director of the Sigmund Freud Museum, talks about the exhibition of conceptual art in the former offices of Sigmund Freud.
Contemporary Week at Dorotheum
Zeitgenössische Kunst ist neben Werken der Moderne in der Auktionswoche von 23.-26. Juni 2020 im Dorotheum zu sehen.
Somewhere between Genius and Lunacy
In this exhibition series, contemporary artists are invited to examine the portrayal of the Last Judgement by Hieronymus Bosch.
He lives and works in San Francisco. Ron Nagle is known for his intimately scaled sculptures. Now the Secession is going to show a selection of his recent works.
A search for self-conception
Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W) has devoted its major fall exhibition to Austria’s role in the Cold War. In an interview, curator Monika Platzer explains what architecture has to do with it.