Your Weekly Essentials: May 14 - 20

Your Weekly Essentials May 14 - 20
 

Essentials May 14 - 20

Monday - May 14

#ART Raum #350-Lystre
Opening of the exhibition by Lone Haugaard Madsen at the gallery Sophie Tappeiner. In her work, the artist negotiates fundamental questions concerning the conditions of producing and exhibiting art.

#ART In myriads, things cry out
Opening of the exhibition by Iza Tarasewicz at the gallery Croy Nielsen. The Polish artist takes up sculpture, installation, object, drawings as well performance actions.

#ART THEMOVE
Opening of the exhibition by Lena Henke at the gallery Emanuel Layr. In the show, urban space merges with the female body and New York street signs lead the way through the artist’s inner life.

#ART Quite a stretch - Closer than they appear
Opening of the group exhibition with works by Kirsten Borchert, Bartosz Dolhun, Xaver Gschnitzer, Magdalena Kreinecker, Lukas Matuschek, Marie Reichel, Anna Sophia Rußmann, Sebastian Scholz, Verena Zangerle, and Reinhold Zisser at Justice.

Tuesday - May 15

#ART I can’t nail the days down
Opening of the exhibition by Kate Newby at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz. The artist will talk about the link between her works presented and the immediate surroundings at Karlsplatz, as well as her penchant to leave the exhibition space.

#ART Der Tag trägt die Träume der Nacht
Opening of the exhibition by Agneta and Minda Andrén at the gallery Zeller Van Almsick. Agneta and Minda are mother and daughter, this show is their first official collaboration.

#ART A stone in the eye
The opening of the exhibition curated by Kristin Kelich with works by Irene Gellein will take place at fAN Kunstverein.

#MUSIC Azephal + Aleph
Known from Grindcore band Sissy Spacek, John Wiese has devoted himself almost exclusively to his solo career in recent years. He will perform together with Viennese musician Brigitta Bödenauer at Alte Schmiede.


Wednesday - May 16

#FEST Retribution
Tanya Tagaq’s voice emerges from the depths of her body and her culture. The celebrated Canadian singer with Inuit roots will play at Halle EG im MQ.

#MUSIC First Hate
First Hate combine a cold-clinking dark wave with synth pop and a touch of 90s trance. The pop duo from Copenhagen finally comes to Austria and will perform at B72.

Thursday - May 17

#ART Just So Stories 1978 - 2018
Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder will present a collection of a few carefully selected works that not only reflect the gallery’s artistic program and self-definition, but also retell their unique stories.

#ART Once on TV
Opening of the exhibition by Marina Faust at the gallery Gianni Manhattan. The artist will show works that can be seen as meta-collages, since the collage itself is a purpose and not an end result.

#MUSIC Chicken
The band Chicken, founded by the artists Katrin Plavčak, Nicholas Hoffman and Hari Ganglberger, will celebrate its first appearance in Vienna and thus will give a foretaste of the exhibition “Doppelleben”.

Friday - May 18

#ART Sentimental Defense
280A will release and celebrate its book at Mirakel: This publication is a collection of forced touches, the struggle of emotional traces as leftovers of former humanity and the desires for intimacy all locked in devices surfaces.

#DISCOURSE Philosophy Unbound
“Radical Cities” will stage Vienna’s spaces of contradictions. The night will start with performances in public spaces in between Haus des Meeres and Mariahilfer street and then move on to Raum D in Museumsquartier.

#MUSIC Struma + Iodine
As usual, Shilla Strelka’s series of events focuses on experimental electronic music: Pure Plays Information:Overload, Alpha Tracks, DJ Warzone, Exit, Flower Crime, and Inou Ki Endo will perform at Venster 99.

#MUSIC Manifest
Cinthie is a Berlin based DJ and producer, and the creative mind behind the Beste Modus and Unison Wax record labels. She will be playing alongside Fabe and Power Plant at SASS.

#MUSIC F*cken Plus
The department store for escapism, euphoria and escapade will be celebrating its 5 year anniversary and farewell to its longtime club companion, Das Werk, with DJs Matt Mor, Gerald VDH, BORT, and many more.

Saturday - May 19

#FEST Phobiarama
From May 11 until 22: Dutch artist Dries Verhoeven presents a socio-political theatre of fear: Phobiarama, a ghost train that takes us on a ride past society’s new fears and the things that haunt us.

#FEST Kamp
Hotel Modern, the Rotterdam-based theatre and performance collective known for its live animation films, attempt to make the unimaginable imaginable: one of the biggest mass murders in history, committed in a city built especially for this purpose.

#MUSIC Stars on the GPS sky
What come to those who wait: TENTS has released their first album on the Graz-based label Numavi Records and and will celebrate this together with Sofie, Moogle, and the Numavi DJ Team at fluc!

Sunday - May 20

#FEST Phobiarama
From May 11 until 22: Dutch artist Dries Verhoeven presents a socio-political theatre of fear: Phobiarama, a ghost train that takes us on a ride past society’s new fears and the things that haunt us.

#FEST Kamp
Hotel Modern, the Rotterdam-based theatre and performance collective known for its live animation films, attempt to make the unimaginable imaginable: one of the biggest mass murders in history, committed in a city built especially for this purpose.

#MUSIC Social Drama
The crews of No Drama and In Dada Social team up to present you a Sunday night special with DJs Bad&Boujee, Antonia XM, Koifin, Sarka, Amblio, Katana, Leclerc, Exakt, DJ Warzone, and Gusch at Das Werk.

Selected Ongoing Exhibitions

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 May 30 Heimo Zobernig at Galerie Meyer Kainer
until June 3 Oa4s at Kevin Space
until June 9 Marina Abramovic at Galerie Krinzinger
until July 29 Rachel Whiteread at Belvedere 21
until August 12 Günter Brus at Belvedere 21

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PW-Magazine was founded in May 2016 by Christian Glatz and Phil Koch.

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