• 23.03.-25.08.19

    Über Leben am Land

    Opening: Fri 22.03.19, 19:00
    Talk of living out in the countryside inevitably conjures up all sorts of images before our mind’s eye. Descriptions range from the romanticism of farming life to the dreariness of life in the provinces, shaped as much by personal experiences as by anecdotes and depictions consumed via the media – the image of village life and the reality of it at times worlds apart. In a photographic and artistic analysis of what life in the countryside is like today, the exhibition "Über Leben am Land" at the KUNST HAUS WIEN focuses on Europe and the US.
  • 23.03.-10.06.19

    Future Scenarios

    Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping

    Opening: Fri 22.03.19, 19:00
    What would the future look like with global warming running at 1.5 to 6 degrees centigrade? In their long-term multimedia project entitled Future Scenarios (launched in 2016) Lena Dobrowolska and Teo Ormond-Skeaping outline multiple scenarios open to interpretation on what the future might be like. Working closely with scientists, researchers and political decision-makers the Polish-British artist duo examines questions such as the responsibility for global warming and our vulnerability to it as well as the role that discourse plays in shaping our future.
  • 11.09.19-16.02.20

    Street. Life. Photography

    Opening: Tue 10.09.19, 19:00
    ‘Urban space’, i.e. the urban environment that is directly tangible, is arguably one of the most dazzling motifs in photographic images. Street. Life. Photography explores the unrelenting fascination that this topic exerts on photography in the 20th and 21st century, giving rise to its own distinctive genre, i.e. street photography. The exhibition comprises 52 photographic positions with more than 320 works that explore key topical aspects of street photography in kaleidoscopic chapters: Street Life, Crashes, Public Transfer, Urban Space, Anonymity, and Alienation.