Your Weekly Essentials: February 12 - 18

Your Weekly Essentials February 12 - 18
Tamuna Sirbiladze, Tryangel, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 cm

Essentials February 12 - 18

Your Weekly Essentials February 12 - 18
Tamuna Sirbiladze, Tryangel, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 cm

Monday - February 12

There’s nothing going on this Monday.

Tuesday - February 13

#ART Almost something like revenge
Opening of the exhibition curated by Benedikt Ledebur with works by Tamuna Sirbiladze at Charim Galerie.

#ART Man Ray
The Kunstforum Wien dedicates an exhibition to the complete work of art of the photographer Man Ray.

#ART Going viral
HIV was always far away from him. Five years after the infection, the exhibition documents how the concern about stigmatization and the simultaneous feeling of self-denial determine Philipp Spiegel’s everyday life. The opening takes place at Hörnesgasse 10, 1030 Vienna.

#DISCOURSE Does the Net Work?
To talk about the Internet, the Salon in Gesellschaft invited Corinna Milborn, Thomas Lohninger, and Moritz Riesewieck to the Schauspielhaus Wien.

#MUSIC Fischings Dienstag
Luca Carlotta, Whitest Arab Alive, Dj Night, Shit Vicious, and El Capitano will celebrate their own interpretation of the Faschingsdienstag at celeste.

Wednesday - February 14

#DISCOURSE Queer-Feminism and Contemporary Music & Club Culture
Women* and queers still have to struggle for a safe and equal space through all sorts of musical genres. Therefore dasque[e]r invited different initiatives who are trying to push feminist and queer issues forward in music. A panel discussion with Christina Nemec, Electric Indigo, femdex, Riot Tea Club, SISTERS, and Zosia Hołubowska at W23.

#MUSIC 808Factory
Do not miss this night if you like trap, house, italo disco, schranz and techno and know half of the line-up in person. The party takes place at Camera Club.

Thursday - February 15

The Heidi Horten Collection will be shown in public for the first time in the Leopold Museum and, with the presentation of around 170 masterpieces, will enable a meeting with the who’s who of 20th-century art history.

#ART EIKON Award (45+)
Opening of the exhibition with works by EIKON Award (45+) award winners Katrín Elvarsdóttir, Susan MacWilliam, and Gabriele Rothemann at Künstlerhaus 1050.

#ART Another point of you
Opening of the exhibition by Stylianos Schicho at Strabag Kunstforum.

#ART Wokeness
Opening of the exhibition by Lindsay Lawson at Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer.

#TALK Hitler in sexual-analytical focus
Last year, the renowned male researcher Volker Elis Pilgrim presented a sexual-analytical work on the personality structure of Adolf Hitler, which was received very differently internationally. Now he will present his work at Café Prückel!

#MUSIC Zombie Girlfriend & Шапка
Self proclaimed dream punk group Zombie Girlfriend from Budapest will play at Vienna’s AU. Vienna’s fantastic Шапка will perform as well!

Friday - February 16

#MUSIC Service
A more local edition of Service with the DJs Shrimp Traxx, Franjazzco, Steinwald and Jay Smoo will take place at celeste.

#MUSIC A Made Up Reality
French producer Benoit B., Bocksrucker, Rovan, and Oko Oko will play at Rhiz Vienna.

#MUSIC F*cken Plus
Meat Market presents Cloven & Fabio, Gerald VDH, Specific Objects, Guzy and Bambi at Das Werk. Muy bien.

Saturday - February 17

#ART Levitating Composition & The Walls Have Fallen
Opening of the exhibitions by Ferro and Philip Mentzingen at the gallery Mario Mauroner.

#THEATRE Macht und Rebel
In this play at Werk X, Ali M. Abdullah examines whether the educated middle classes may be lured out of the reserve.

Sunday - February 18

#PERFORMANCE Swimming Pool
The performance artist Oleg Soulimenko invites you to an atmospheric trip into the warm parallel world of the Jörgerbad.

#MUSIC Das Lunsentrio & Grant
The Lunsentrio are Nick McCarthy (until recently guitarist of the rock band Franz Ferdinand), Seb-I Kellig, and the Berlin-based artist and poet Hank Schmidt in der Beek, from whose pen the lyrics come. Problembär Records presents the two concerts at Chelsea Wien.

#MUSIC Punčke
AU invited probably the best young rock band that came from Croatia in the last 10 years.

Selected Ongoing Exhibitions

until February 16 Hermann Nitsch at Büro Weltausstellung
until February 24 Bruit Qui Court at Galerie Nathalie Halgand
until March 3 Matthias Noggler at Galerie Emanuel Layr
until March 3 Alice Attie, Karin Sander, Jengsuk Yoon at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder
until March 4 Justin Fitzpatrick at Kevin Space
until March 10 Liesl Raff at Sophie Tappeiner
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 April 2 Thomas Bayrle at MAK
until August 12 Günter Brus at Belvedere 21


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