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)
Climate Changes Everything
11.06.-27.08.15Yevgenia Belorusets (Kiew/Berlin), Jürgen Drescher (Berlin), Niklas Goldbach (Berlin), Marlene Hausegger (Wien), Nadira Husain (Berlin/Paris), Anna Meyer (Wien), Katrin Plavcak (Berlin), Stefanie von Schroeter (Berlin), Silke Wagner (Frankfurt am Main)
Pas De Deux - curated by EIKON and the Friedl Kubelka School of Artistic Photography
11.06.-27.08.15Featuring works by Aljoscha Ambrosch, Irene Andessner, Ona B.,Chiara Bartl-Salvi, Katharina Beran, Daniele Buetti, Christoph Dahlhausen, Christian Eiselt, Thomas Florschuetz, Carolina Frank, Marlene Göntgen, Anne-Laure Guichard, Anaïs Horn, Luisa Hübner, Belinda Kazeem, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Jürgen Klauke, Sebastian Köck, Sigrid Kurz, Paul Albert Leitner, Mira Loew, Katharina Manojlovic´, Malena Martínez, Sissa Micheli, Walter Niedermayr, Anja Nowak, Gabriel Pendl, Andrea Pollach, Leonard Prochazka, Wolfgang Raffesberg, Arnulf Rainer, Aura Rosenberg, Werner Schrödl, Patrick Winkler, Andrea Witzmann, Leo Zogmayer
PIXEL HOME 2.0 Station Rose/STR
11.06.-27.08.15GARAGE outside The Urban Digital Land Art Project by artist Elisa Rose and musician Gary Danner combines audiovisual interventions, performances, conversations and the presentation of the catalogue NEXT Digital Quarter Century within a media sculpture in the inner courtyard of the KUNST HAUS WIEN. Based on their concept of New Media Arte Povera (nMAP), which they have been pursuing since 2008 and which abuses turbo-capitalism as input, STR has expanded its range of action with Pixel Land Art. After 20 years of cultural productivity abroad and exploring and living in cyberspace (STR has been online since 1991), the artists bring their project to an urban setting, which thereby becomes the venue for their audiovisual art.
Rinko Kawauchi - Illuminance
15.03.-05.06.15KUNST HAUS WIEN opens its photography focus with the impressive work of the Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi (b. 1972). The exhibition is the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective of the photographer in Europe. In large-scale cycles, she presents a universal memory and archetypical recollection, enabling reflection upon human existence.
30.04.-04.06.15Kilometres of hallways, impassable stairways, graphic codes, illegally settled spaces, wall paintings. Corviale is a housing block on the outskirts of Rome, almost a kilometre in length and housing more than 8,000 inhabitants – a city within a building. It is an architectural and social manifest, charged with the traces of being human.
„Nummer Negen: The Day I didn’t Turn With The World“ - Guido van der Werve
20.03.-23.04.15The programme at the Garage, which – inspired by Friedensreich Hundertwasser – devotes itself to current ecological issues and the relationship between man and nature, kicks off with a screening of the film "Nummer Negen: The Day I Didn’t Turn With The World" by the Dutch artist Guido van der Werve, born in 1977.
20.03.-23.04.15Volker Renner's photographs show depopulated landscapes, both urban and rural. He portrays surroundings: what lies offside and seems unimportant at first glance. The focus is on ownerless objects, abandoned abodes and empty public spaces. Katarina Šoškić keeps a 'visual diary' – she portrays people around her with sensitivity and empathy. Her works play with the art of hiding things while revealing private, personal moments at the same time.
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