For her solo exhibition at Gärtnergasse, Julia Hohenwarter investigates the movements that occur, and conditions at work when staging an exhibition.
At Skulpturinstitut, Kitsum Cheng, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann and Michaela Schweighofer showed a transforming piece of cloth, dusty bodies and floating stairs.
In her exhibition at artist-run space New Jörg, Karoline Dausien presented new artworks in the form of sutile wall objects.
Kevin Space presents the first solo exhibition of Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou–Rahme in Austria: “We know what it is for / We who have used it”.
At the space of Kunstraum Super, the paintings from Edin Zenun and William Knaack’s cooperation were connected by a wall painting for the first time.
The one-day exhibition “Minopolis (The City of Children)” was conceived by Johanna Charlotte Trede and Moritz Simons and took place on October 28, 2017.
Kate Newby’s and Georg Petermichl’s work accesses the space SORT in a way that reflects the artists’ conceptions of where and how art should take place.
The exhibition brings together artistic experiments, questions and definitions that reflect the generative and find an individual contextualisation.
The exhibition “Die Müdigkeit II” at Pina Vienna with works by Cäcilia Brown, Gabriele Edlbauer, Noële Ody and Eva Seiler runs until November 6, 2017.