MEET THE ARTIST
In conversation with Alexandra Baumgartner, whose studio we were allowed to discover during the Open Studio Days 2019. It was not lacking inspiration.
We visit Thomas Gänszler, who studied with Erwin Wurm, in his Viennese studio in a back building. He often works with semi-finished products, which he reworks, fragments or re-composes.
VIENNA ART WEEK in conversation with Stefan Draschan, whose photographs are a big hit on social media for a reason.
The artist has created her own cosmos over the years, following different techniques and combining analog and digital in her works.
The artist, filmmaker and photographer Timotheus Tomicek gives us insights into his studio and his world of thought.
She calls the "non-existing human rights" the root of her art. - Talking with the Iranian-born artist Soli Kiani in her beautiful studio in Vienna.
"My art is the love of life", he says and he means it! MEET THE ARTIST Alex Ruthner and let him tell you what drives his inspiration.
She tells us about her daily creative ritual and her dream to work on an island by the sea.
The artist finds his inspiration: "In books, discussions, the Internet, Vienna's houses, 1 € shops, dumpsters and abandoned places."
Studio Visit at Lukas Pusch
Norbert Kettner, Managing Director Vienna Tourist Board, visited Lukas Pusch in his studio and we joined them with our camera.
Studio Visit at Claudia Märzendorfer
VIDEO: Studio Visit at Claudia Märzendorfer (Open Studio Day Exhibition Parcours) https://youtu.be/cMv-i8jkE6g
VIENNA ART – BEHIND THE SCENES
SEE NOW: VIDEO – VIENNA ART TALK #2
In the Online-Talk „Art World in Times of Crisis – Roles and Responsibilities“ Sabine Haag, Gail Lord, Norbert Kettner and Robert Punkenhofer discuss challenges and opportunities post corona-crisis.
Growing up with Art
Wiener Städtische will continue to support the diverse activities of the VIENNA ART WEEK in 2020 under the slogan "Making art and culture tangible - we support this".
The Best Moments of Vienna Art Week 2019
Pulsating, inspiring, creative like the city: that was the Vienna Art Week 2019 - our highlights summarized in a video for you.
Vienna Art Week 2019 in Pictures
The 15th Vienna Art Week is history again - but what a history! Once again, the City of Vienna was able to show what it has to offer!
Too Good to be True
The criterion of authenticity is central to the appreciation of art - but what happens when an imitation is too good to be true? - Forgery in the world of art.
VIENNA ART – EXHBITIONS ON VIEW
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.
MAKING TRUTH. ONE-SHOT WORKs between production and presentation, analog and digital reception
MAKING TRUTH is an exhibition designed as a circuit running through the Vienna studios of 16 selected artists. Here you can find out what it is all about.
VIENNA ART WEEK 2020 – LIVING RITUALS
Rituals might seem anachronistic nowadays – like messengers from other times – in fact they are also deeply rooted in secularized societies, and a conducive factor for social cohesion.
What, How & for Whom/WHW: A kiss can change the law …
What happens when fluids, bugs and viruses mix in an act of love?
Gerhard Hirczi: Upgrade your routines. Take advantage of digital opportunities
Our daily working life is shaped by routines. Routines create a framework for our actions and provide security at every level.
Rituals in the Viennese Actionism
Hubert Klocker, director of the Stadtraum Sammlung Friedrichshof, talks about the importance of rituals in the work of Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch and Viennese Actionism in general.