Monthly Archives: April 2016

Retrospect: Kinetika 1967 at 21er Haus

Retrospect: Kinetika 1967 at the 21er Haus gathers together 25 masterpieces of kinetic light art and op art. With light shows, optical illusions and veritable machines of perception the exhibition brings to life the way in which technology, cybernetics and … Continue reading

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Theodor von Hörmann at LEOPOLD MUSEUM

The Leopold Museum presents the first comprehensive exhibition on the Austrian artist Theodor von Hörmann (1840–1895), tracing his path from Realist to Impressionist through select works. During a stay in France between 1886 and 1890 he studied the Barbizon painters, … Continue reading

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Oliver Laric and Gerald Domenig at SECESSION

The SECESSION’s main hall is transformed into a sculptural grand assembly by Oliver Laric’s exhibition Photoplastik. Most of the 3D-printed objects bear a close relationship to Vienna, where Laric took his 3D scanner to the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Albertina, and … Continue reading

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Green light workshop at TBA21–Augarten

The Green light project at TBA21–Augarten consists of an artistic workshop and a learning platform surrounding the making of lamp modules designed by Eliasson. The lamps are assembled on-site by young refugees, migrants, and university students. Everybody is invited to … Continue reading

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Erwin Bohatsch at ALBERTINA

This exhibition at ALBERTINA juxtaposes Erwin Bohatsch’s latest works with representative examples from the past few decades to explore a multifaceted kaleidoscope representing 40 years of unique and consistent creativity. Bohatsch, born in 1951, numbers among the most important Austrian … Continue reading

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Body & Soul at ESSL MUSEUM

Body & Soul at the ESSL MUSEUM is devoted to the human body in all its facets. The exhibition places the topic in a wider social context and traces its evolution up to the present. In the 20th century, Western … Continue reading

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