Angelika Loderer’s work for Quiet Fonts at Sophie Tappeiner is logical in its development as well as radical, expanding the term sculpture.
Vin Vin presents Line K Meyer’s first solo exhibition in Austria. The Danish artist creates a room installation accompanied by a prosaic text and a video.
In her exhibition conceived for Kevin Space, Russian artist Irina Lotarevich examines schemas, known both in cognitive therapy and in computational science.
Following the invitation of Eugen Wist, Philipp Köster presents sculptural objects and a video at artist-run space Gärtnergasse.
Thomas Hitchcock’s solo exhibition “Dé-limiter l’horizon” at non-profit art space wellwellwell Vienna took place from June 23 until July 6, 2017.
Dejan Dukic paints exclusively with color and canvas in the truest sense of the word abstract. He massages the color through the structure of the canvas.
For the third edition of his exhibition series Dreaming Dictionary, Eugen Wist invited the artists Tim Hartmann and Anna Holtz.
The Hands Refrain at Mauve assesses the relationship between artists, their work and the viewer. It shows different approaches to artworks using figuration.
The exhibition “Artificial Tears. Singularity & Humanness – A Speculation” at MAK quotes from a chapter of human history yet to be written.