A Photographic Journey
Folke Köbberling/Martin Kaltwasser, Dan Peterman, RELAX (chiarenza & hauser & co), transparadiso
Found Not Taken
A Culture of Wilderness
30.05.15-15.07.16Sepp Holzer is an agroecologist and naturalist who achieves astonishing results in agricultural processes with his system of “Holzer’s permaculture”.
Seen on Earth
Works by Mandy Barker, Eduardo Leal and Simon Norfolk
Peter Piller. Belegkontrolle / Anita Witek. About Life
Creating Common Good
17.11.15-10.01.16According to American sociologist and economist Saskia Sassen, an unfettered international market – in the finance industry, for example – creates conditions that enable people to construct an environment that is conducive to their individual interests, but stultifies public interests...
Joel Meyerowitz - Retrospective
17.07.-01.11.15The American Joel Meyerowitz (b. 1938 in New York) made photographic history as one of the central protagonists of New Color Photography in America during the 1960s and 1970s, next to William Eggleston and Stephen Shore. The extensive retrospective presents the photographer and the major, multi-faceted oeuvre he created over the course of 50 years.
03.09.-26.10.15A Space. An Endangered Form of Life. The loss of biodiversity is the focus of a new installation forming part of the series “realLimited” by the designer duo mischer’traxler.
Wie wir leben (The Way We Live)
03.09.-18.10.15Otto Dietrich (Berlin), Andreas Duscha (Vienna), Sonja Engelhardt (Berlin), Léonie Hampton (London), Siggi Hofer (Vienna), Anna Jermolaewa (Vienna), Mathias Kessler (NYC), Albert Mayr (Vienna), Julia Pfeiffer (Berlin), Setareh Shahbazi (Berlin), Sharon Ya’ari (Tel Aviv)