Monthly Archives: July 2012

the artVIEw remembers Franz West

Autumn at the Garden of Earthly Desires created by Franz West at BELVEDERE Herbst im von Franz West gestalteten Garten der Lüsteim Unteren Belvedere. Heinrich Dunst reads Konrad Bayer Exerpts from a performance talk between Franz West and Heinrich Dunst … Continue reading

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FRANZ ZADRAZIL at Essl Museum

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hZclgv7RAwA?p=1 width=”576″ height=”480″]The Essl Museum shows more than 60 works and additional BW photographies in the big “Franz Zadrazil – Vienna Paris New York” retrospective. Old and decaying house facades with layers upon layers of advertisements became an underlying … Continue reading

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ALBERTINA CONTEMPORARY, Richter bis Lassnig

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hZclgv20AAA?p=1 width=”576″ height=”460″]Albertina Contemporary shows a ‘best of’ selection of some 120 works from the Albertina’s collections of contemporary art. The exhibition concentrates on Gerhard Richter, Georg Baselitz, Anselm Kiefer, Markus Lüpertz, Jörg Immendorff, and Alex Katz, as well … Continue reading

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Gallery walk in Schleifmühlgasse, Jun 28th 2012

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hZclgvzKEQA?p=1 width=”572″ height=”356″]RENNERPRINZ opens the new gallery rooms with Philipp Leissing. Georg Kargl shows Martin Dammann’s “Blind Spot” and “Some Early Works” by Raymond Pettibon at the Kargl Box. Kerstin Engholm presents “Arbeiterstrandbad” by Hans Schabus, who has also … Continue reading

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Mutatis Mutandis group show at secession

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/hZclgvy8cQA?p=1 width=”572″ height=”460″]Cathrine David curated this group show for secession: “Mutatis Mutandis brings together a number of works that explore the complexity of contemporary events, materiality, history, and memories, and propose possible re-presentations. Discontinuous narratives as well as formal … Continue reading

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