Your Weekly Essentials: February 5 - 11

Your Weekly Essentials February 5 - 11
Haris Epamimonda, Untitled #05 b/h, 2015, Papiercollage, gerahmt, 51.5 x 42.8 cm. Courtesy Private Collection, New York

Essentials February 5 - 11

Your Weekly Essentials February 5 - 11
Haris Epamimonda, Untitled #05 b/h, 2015, Papiercollage, gerahmt, 51.5 x 42.8 cm. Courtesy Private Collection, New York

Monday - February 5

Monday is already over.

Tuesday - February 6

#MUSIC Struma + Iodine
Editions Mego’s COH and Neubau’s Bocksrucker will perform at Rhiz Vienna.

Wednesday - February 7

#ART Holes in the Wall
Opening of the exhibition curated by Gudrun Ratzinger at Kunsthalle Exnergasse. The show takes Siegfried Kracauer’s concept of history as its departure point in its exploration of contemporary questions on the basis of past moments.

Thursday - February 8

#ART Eidola & VOL. XXIII
You shouldn’t miss the opening of the exhibitions by Rudolf Polanszky and Haris Epaminonda at Vienna Secession.

#FILM Manifesto
Directed by renowned film and video artist Julian Rosefeldt, Cate Blanchett is seen in twelve magnificent episodes, all of which deal with the diverse timeless manifestos of various twentieth-century art movements. The screening will take place at Gartenbaukino.

#MUSIC Golden Hour
At the première of the Golden Hour none other than Brenk Sinatra will be strutting his stuff at Tanzquartier Studios.

#MUSIC Omar Souleyman
No less a person than the former Syrian wedding singer and today’s cult hero figure of the clubbing world Omar Souleyman will come to Vienna with his already third longplayer »To Syria, With Love«. Musically, he takes a slightly different approach than to his previous albums and focuses more on keyboard and techno elements. The concert will happen at Grelle Forelle.

Friday - February 9

#MUSIC Jahresernte
Beatroot will present the DJs Armin Schmelz, Ali Europa, Noel Dinse, Julien Klien, Fabio Bianco, and Simon Riegler at celeste.

#MUSIC Sub Audio
From time to time you should definitely go to a dub party: Dubbing Sun Soundsystem, Digid, Zygos, Soukah, Gnischrew, and Linguist will play at Venster 99!

#MUSIC Palazzo Night
The techno trio Elektro Guzzi is best known for their blistering live shows. They will celebrate their new EP with a live concert at fluc!

#MUSIC Sisters
Sisters is a non-binary, all-gender, anti-racist, body positive space. For this time, the crew has come up with something special: In addition to a concert by the Austrian rapper Ebow, the live performance of Hextape, you will be able to look forward to DJ sets and an exhibition at fluc!

Saturday - February 10

The association “Flucht nach Vorn” will be 5 years old on Saturday. To celebrate the day, they invited Ebow, Kos_mic Q’andi, Fauna and DJ Angel to play at the Roxy Club. All entrance fees will be donated!

#MUSIC Dead Sea Diaries
Wechselstrom will present Phase Fatale from Ostgut Ton, Matt Mor, Chris Klein, Bort, and Marc Graebnor at Grelle Forelle.

Sunday - February 11

#ART Excerpts from the Collection of the School for Woodcarving and Carpentry Berchtesgaden
The opening of the exhibition curated by Jonathan Rüde will take place at artist-run space DELF.

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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