Monthly Archives: March 2015

Gallery walk Eschenbachgasse, March 2015

Matthias Herrmann shows new works “On Photography” at Galerie Steinek. Meyer Kainer presents paintings by Heimo Zobernig. Photographer Hertha Hurnaus dedicates a hommage to the slowakian architect Vladimir Dedeček at Galerie Krobath. New paintings by Benjamin Butler “Another Tree, Another … Continue reading

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Gallery walk Schleifmühlgasse March 2015

“Soft Architecture” is the name of an installation by Christoph Meier (with Nicola Pecoraro) and guests at Charim Events, curated by Michael Hall. Kerstin von Gabain shows works at Gabriele Senn Galerie under the title “Bad Pringle”. Kerstin Engholm Gallery … Continue reading

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Rinko Kawauchi at KUNST HAUS

KUNST HAUS WIEN opens its photography focus with Rinko Kawauchi – Illuminance. With her camera, Kawauchi captures elementary and casual moments. Her attention to small gestures and coincidental details, all with the same passionate concentration, enables her to cast a … Continue reading

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Vienna Actionism at mumok

With “My Body is the Event – Vienna Actionism and International Performance” mumok presents its collection of Vienna Actionism in the context of international developments in performance-based art. The focus of this exhibition is on the performative aspects of their … Continue reading

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Vienna for Art’s Sake! at Winterpalais

Within the exhibition Vienna for Art’s Sake! thirteen contemporary artists will enter into a dialogue with the newly renovated rooms of the Winter Palace part of BELVEDERE. The interventions have been specially developed for this location. Curated by Peter Noever. … Continue reading

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WALLY NEUZIL Her Life with Egon Schiele at LEOPOLD MUSEUM

The exhibition “WALLY NEUZIL Her Life with Egon Schiele” at the LEOPOLD MUSEUM seeks to uncover the person behind the painters model Walburga “Wally” Neuzil (1894-1917), approaching her through artworks, autographs, photographs and documents. The exhibition examines the stages of … Continue reading

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