Monthly Archives: March 2013

Gallery walk in the Inner City, March 2013

GALLERY KRINZINGER shows paintings and a sound installation by FRANZ GRAF titled Fun (alternative(Begraebnisse =E RAL and at the Mezzanin works by MERET OPPENHEIM and some photos of the artist by ANNA BLAU.GALLERY KONZETT has put together A TRIBUTE TO … Continue reading

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FINE SOUND at WEISSES HAUS

With “FINE SOUND keine medienkunst” WEISSES HAUS presents soundspaces, sound installations and sound sculptures. Soundproduction from soundabsence, patterns of tones and repetitive notes, sequences and interferences of noises to musical structures. Each object, defining a standalone soundspace that has to … Continue reading

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Clouds.Fleeting Worlds at LEOPOLD Museum

From 1800 artists paid increasing attention to the motif of clouds. These strange, elusive formations consisting of water, air and light appear as conveyors of different emotions and messages. Bushy clouds in a sunny sky seem to be an almost … Continue reading

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Gallery walk in March, Schleifmuehlgasse

BARBARA MUNGENAST shows new disc shaped canvases at Gabriele Senn Gallery. Christine König Gallery presents “Minimal Compact” – with their works VICKEN PARSO, NATALIA ZALUSKA, ANETTA MONA CHISA und LUCIA TKOCAVA open a discourse about violence and danger, reality and … Continue reading

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Ragnar Kjartansson The Visitors at TBA21

Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary at Augarten shows the newly acquired video composition The Visitors (2012) by Ragnar Kjartansson. A group of musicians gather in the grandiose and decaying twilight zone of Rokeby farm in Upstate New York for a layered portrait … Continue reading

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Hundertwasser at Belvedere

The exhibition “Hundertwasser, Japan and the Avant-garde” at the BELVEDERE documents the adoption of Japanese Art and Far Eastern Philosophy in the Early Work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Even as early as the mid-1950s his art was covered in Japanese art … Continue reading

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Lewis Baltz at ALBERTINA

In the 1970s Lewis Baltz revolutionized fine-art landscape photography with motifs that had previously not been thought worth depicting, such as deserted industrial buildings, suburban housing developments, and devastated peripheries. In formally rigid photographs he has defamiliarized architectural motifs to … Continue reading

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