Monthly Archives: July 2013

Gallery walk Schleifmühlgasse in July 2013

Katharina Senn curated the show at GABRIELE SENN GALLERY with works by CÄCILIA BROWN, MICHÈLE PAGEL, SABRINA PEER, HEIDI RADA. 28.06.2013 – 30.08.2013 GALLERY CHRISTINE KÖNIG presents “is my territory. curated by MONICA BONVICINI” with works by MONICA BONVICINI, CÄCILIA … Continue reading

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Gallery walk in July Eschenbachgasse

MEYER KAINER shows paintings by MARCIN MACIEJOWSKI. GALLERY KROBATH presents JULIAN OPIE’s animated landscapes and landscape stills. At MARTIN JANDA you can see works in several media by Istanbul born NILBAR GÜREŞ “NILBAR WIEN-NA”. PETER KOGLER has his fourth solo … Continue reading

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Cerith Wyn Evans at THYSSEN BORNEMISZA ART CONTEMPORARY, Augarten Wien

In The What If?… Scenario (after LG) TBA21 shows Cerith Wyn Evans’s luminous works, collected by TBA21 over 10 years, for the first time together. Cerith Wyn Evans literally sets the stage for a multitude of potentialities, contingencies, and uncertainties … Continue reading

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THREE VOLUMES at SECESSION: ROBERT IRWIN, THOMAS LOCHER, ROSSELLA BISCOTTI

In the SECESSION’s main gallery US artist ROBERT IRWIN presents his “site-conditioned” installation Double Blind, with the themes of perception and experience, with light, aesthetics, and questions of reality and illusion. “The one subject of art is the pure perception … Continue reading

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The 1970s at MUSA

MUSA shows artworks of the 1970s from its own collection. Then new phenomena and innovative movements are given particular attention. Technological progress and social changes were reflected, new themes and attitudes overlaid traditional forms of expression. Political and socio-critical as … Continue reading

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