The exhibition “Artificial Tears. Singularity & Humanness - A Speculation” at MAK quotes from a chapter of human history yet to be written.
We take you on a virtual tour through Parallel Vienna and present a review of the exhibitions inside the many rooms of Alte Sigmund Freud University.
A formal discussion on representational aesthetics, sensualization of violence, post renaissance sculpture, desire and dispersion at foundation Vienna.
The question curator Sabrina Steinek wants to pose with Cyber Corporeality, is on the meaning of corporeality in the 21st century.
Alex Da Corte turns the gallery space of the Vienna Secession into a kind of fractured cityscape full of dysfunctional objects.
The artists Leah Dixon and Graźyna Roguski challenge SORT's ethos by incorporating moving bodies, time based works, and kinetic sculptures.
We're happy to publish the documentation of Gina Fischli's solo exhibition “Molto Suggestivo” at Vienna-based artist-run space D.E.L.F.
Martin Chramosta examines archetypes for their contemporary value and their social relevance and creates assemblages that crystallize in various media.
The group exhibition at Galerie Nathalie Halgand brings together the works of six artists in an effort to illuminate the use of line in contemporary art.
The show “Medusa Rafting” can be read as a kind reminder to something you already knew and was organized by Yves-Michele Saß and Ivan Pérard.