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  • TEACH NATURE

    15.06.-02.10.22
    For this group exhibition Teach Nature, art students under the tutorship of Mona Hahn and Heimo Zobernig have tackled the importance of nature in producing art More
  • BINSEKT

    Christina Zurfluh & Bernhard Frue

    07.04.-05.06.22
    The artistic work of Christina Zurfluh and Bernhard Frue was inspired by the much-discussed insect mortality of recent decades. The exhibition BINSEKT focuses on the life and death of insects in and around urban spaces. More
  • When The Wind Blows

    12.03.-28.08.22
    The works of the selected international and Austrian artists of different generations aim to make the elementary, yet invisible element of air visually tangible. They deal with the most diverse aspects and meanings of air, wind and breath and examine their manifestations in ecology, science, politics, culture and mythology. From the life-giving air we breathe to the destructive power of the wind, art makes the great invisible visible in many different ways. More
  • Hundertwasser Art Centre New Zealand

    Second Hundertwasser Museum to open

    On the anniversary of the death (19.02.2000) of the exceptional artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the second Hundertwasser Museum worldwide after the KUNST HAUS WIEN will be opened in the coastal town of Whangārei on 20.02.2022. The Hundertwasser Art Centre with Wairau Māori Art Gallery is based on a design by the artist for a public art gallery for Whangārei from 1993. More