Your Weekly Essentials: April 16 - 22

Your Weekly Essentials April 16 - 22
Opening: Ludwig Kittinger, Thea Moeller, Martin Vesely at Ve.sch

Essentials April 16 - 22

Your Weekly Essentials April 16 - 22
Opening: Ludwig Kittinger, Thea Moeller, Martin Vesely at Ve.sch


Monday - April 16

#ART Speed 3
With this series of exhibitions, four contemporary art positions will be presented in a speed-dating process at the Büro Weltausstellung every week in April. The third installment will show works by Martin Grandits.


Tuesday - April 17

#ART Fragment
Opening of the exhibition by Adriana Czernin in the MAK, in which the expansive works paraphrase the fragmentary nature of the parts from the minbar.

#MUSIC Lonesome Hot Dudes
Cut Surface will present the 7« single release of the Graz-based, female quintet that combines punk with saxophone, new wave brittleness and pop music at AU.


Wednesday - April 18

#ART Moving Stills – Affective Archives
Marietta Kesting will present five shorts by filmmakers and artists who have experimented with the format of making films out of still images. The screening will take place at mumok cinema.


Thursday - April 19

#ART Druckgrafik am Brillantengrund
With this exhibition featuring works by Elisa Alberti, Knarf, Mafia Tabak, Nanna, Rade Petrasevic, and Patrick Roman Scherer, the Hotel am Brillantengrund takes a change of perspective and focuses on the artistic practice of printmaking.

#ART Cutting together apart
Opening of the exhibition by Katrin Euller and Anja Nowak at artist-run space LLLLLLl. The shown works are a beginning of a joint search and an alliance of two accomplices.

#ART Anti*colonial Fantasies
Book presentation at the University library of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna which brings together artists from different diasporas who engage with a critique of the repercussions of colonialism and the quest for transforming this reality.


Friday - April 20

#ART Friendship
Opening and performance: In their solo exhibition at Kevin Space, the art duo Oa4s (on all fours) will continue a trajectory of inquiry into the mechanics of collaboration.

#ART Ve.sch Reopening
That’s good news: Kunstverein Ve.Sch reopens its doors at its new location in Wehlistrasse 27b, 1200 Vienna with an exhibition by Ludwig Kittinger, Thea Moeller and Martin Vesely.

#MUSIC NNNN
Paul Uhlmann and Oko Oko will present a DJ-set by Istanbul-based artist Zozo from record label Macadam Mambo at Rhiz Vienna. This might be the beginning of a series…

#MUSIC F*cken Plus
Meat Market has invited Aleja Sanchez from Colombia to Das Werk, who has been working for years with labels like Nachtstrom Schallplatten, Planet Rhythm and Illegal Alien.


Saturday - April 21

#MUSIC Amen Showcase / Ashida Park & wellwellwell goodbye
Wellwellwell’s curatorial team will see off with a two-parter: First, the label Amen will play the art space one last time with performances by Battle-ax, Asfast and Iku. Afterwards, Ashida Park and wellwellwell will invite to the celeste and celebrate farewell with Yoong, DJ Hauswein, Antonia XM, DJ Iran, Amblio and Grrrr.


Sunday - April 22

#ART Following The Trace
The exhibition is dedicated to urban interventions in Ukrainian public space, their political dimensions, as well as their artistic and social visions. Four works by Claudia Bosse and Guenther Auer will be shown in the TVFA hall.

Selected Ongoing Exhibitions

until April 21 Marianne Vlaschits at Galerie Nathalie Halgand
until April 22 Rudolf Polanszky at Vienna Secession
until April 28 Sebastian Jefford at Gianni Manhattan
until April 29 Guy Mees at Kunsthalle Wien
until May 26 Bruno Gironcoli at Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman
until May 27 Bruno Gironcoli & Optik Schröder II at mumok
until May 27 Ydessa Hendeles at Kunsthalle Wien
until July 29 Rachel Whiteread at Belvedere 21
until August 12 Günter Brus at Belvedere 21

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