Monthly Archives: July 2016

Gallery walk July 2016

Meyer Kainer presents new works by Heimo Zobernig. Julian Opie is guest at Krobath Gallery. Summer in the city is the label of the woman only group show at Christine König Gallery with Fulterer + Scherrer, Flora Hauser, Alejandra Hernández, … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei at 21erHaus/Belvedere

translocation – transformation is a common thread that runs through Ai Weiwei`s solo show in the 21er Haus, the Upper Belvedere and the the baroque Belvedere gardens. A huge ancestral temple by a tea merchant family from the Ming Dynasty … Continue reading

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Sterling Ruby at WINTERPALAIS

The exhibition Sterling Ruby (*1972) at the WINTERPALAIS represents a survey of the artist’s work including ceramics, bronze, steel and urethane sculptures, mobiles, soft works and tapestries. Ruby’s works create a visual and conceptual opposition when set against the backdrop … Continue reading

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Zelko Wiener at MUSA

MUSA shows Zelko Wiener (1953 – 2006), a leading exponent of the Austrian media art scene. The exhibition provides a complete overview of his creative output over more than three decades. He was a pioneering media artists involved in telecommunication … Continue reading

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Jim Dine at ALBERTINA

The ALBERTINA is showing 60 of Jim Dine’s self-portraits, from the 80-year-old artist’s generous donation to the museum. This group of works makes possible an independent, intense, and surprising dialogue with the artist and opens up new insights into a … Continue reading

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Béton at Kunsthalle Wien

The Kunsthalle Wien and the artists of the show “Béton” reflect on brutalism, the architectural style in the 1950s and 60s based on concrete, when concrete was regarded as the epitome of modernism. Aiming to change society, brutalist architecture virtually … Continue reading

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