The Big Invisible
Curated by Jade Niklai & Yasmine Ostendorf
19.10.17-14.01.18Works by John Gerrard, Markus Hoffmann, Hanna Husberg, Markus Jeschaunig, Pei-Ying Lin
29.06.-08.10.17The rituals of various communities, alternative life plans, nature, and the rural environment are all recurring themes in the artistic works of Iris Andraschek. For her exhibition at the KUNST HAUS WIEN Gallery and Garage the artist continues her many years of observations and studies of nature and the ways in which we interact with nature ...
23.03.-27.08.17Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky (*1955) became world-famous with his breathtaking large-format photographs of landscapes shaped by human hand, industrial premises, and major conurbations. The KUNST HAUS WIEN is dedicating Austria’s first comprehensive solo exhibition to this artist who, for more than thirty years now, has put his talents at the ‘service of a culture of sustainability’. The exhibition showcases Burtynsky’s current work cycle on a topic of global relevance ...
No Hope No Fear
A project by the Politics-of-Fear-Collektiv of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
I Dreamed We Were Alive
Ekaterina Anokhina, Lena Rosa Händle, Hanna Putz, Yulia Tikhomirova, Borjana Ventzislavova
03.03.-18.06.17The group exhibition I dreamed we were alive at the KUNST HAUS WIEN Gallery features five positions showcased by international artists which explore intimate moments and personal experiences through the medium of photography. The frequently serial works by Ekaterina Anokhina (*1987 Moscow), Lena Rosa Händle (*1978 Berlin), Hanna Putz (*1987 Vienna) and Yulia Tikhomirova (*1981 St. Petersburg) often suggest a strong immediacy and proximity ...
A Gentle Breeze Passed Over Us
03.03.-07.05.17A Gentle Breeze Passed Over Us is an audiovisual testimony to the friendship that evolved between the artist and writer Pınar Öğrenci (*1973) from Turkey and the Baghdad-born musician and oud player Ahmed Obaid Shaqaqi, who came to Vienna as an asylum seeker ...
16.11.16-05.02.17Nasan Tur‘s works reflect the social conditions under which they were created. The works frequently deal with political ideologies, subliminal messages and the symbols of power and opposition ...
A Photographic Journey
Found Not Taken