Exhibitions

  • Susan Meiselas

    Mediations

    16.09.21-13.02.22
    Opening: Wed 15.09.21, 19:00
    In autumn, KUNST HAUS WIEN is dedicating an extensive personal exhibition to the great American Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas in an Austrian premiere. Since the mid-1970s, Meiselas has been addressing the social and political upheavals in our society in her artistic work. Meiselas documents the role of women in the series "Prince Street", in which she accompanies young girls over 14 years in their becoming women. Meiselas became known for her work in the conflict zones of Central America in the 1970s and 1980s with her photographs of the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua. One of her pioneering projects for documenting cultural and social memory is the Kurdistan Archive on the history of the Kurdish diaspora.
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  • Museum Hundertwasser

    Malerei. Architektur. Ökologie

    The Museum Hundertwasser im KUNST HAUS WIEN was founded by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of the most important Austrian artists of the twentieth century. This unique museum is situated near the Hundertwasserhaus and upholds the philosophical and creative principles of this famous and exceptional artist.
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  • Ines Doujak

    Landscape Painting

    28.05.-03.10.21
    For landscape painting, the artist Ines Doujak works in the KUNST HAUS WIEN Garage with collected and archived nature: with dried plants, mushrooms, seeds, crushed blossoms, leaves, berries, wood, ashes, clay, stones and sand. She develops her installation in a process-oriented way by drawing on her natural archive, which she uses as artistic material - like a colour palette. In the central work "Land Robbery" Doujak takes up a highly topical political theme: The unscrupulous expropriation and displacement of rural populations all over the world, leading to the destruction of biodiversity through monocultures.
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