Weekly Essentials: 13 Things to Do in Vienna

Georgia Sagri, deep cut, 2018, Courtesy Collection 49 Nord 6 Est – Frac Lorraine & Metz & Lars Friedrich. Photo by Timo Ohler 2018

Essentials October 28 - November 3

Where to go and what to do in Vienna: We’ve selected the most exciting events and exhibition openings that should not be missed this week.

Monday - October 28

Fake Truth
»The camera always lies lies« – Das WestLicht presents works by Alison Jackson that prove that even in photography, one’s own eyes cannot be trusted.

Foufou Contemporary
This one-day only exhibition shows escapist canvasses by Daniel Ferstl and and a customized edition by Josip Novosel. By the time you read this, it’s already started!

Tuesday - October 29

Time Is Thirsty
Luca Lo Pinto takes you on a journey through time and space in the form of an exhibition with an ensemble of contemporary artworks and artefacts from 1992, Kunsthalle Wien’s founding year.

We Need More Than One Term for These Big Things
Melanie Ohnemus has curated an exhibition showing the tendencies of an already emancipated feminism at Universitätsgalerie der Angewandten im Heiligenkreuzerhof.

Work Together Stay Alive
EXILE gallery invites you to an exhibition curated by Moscow-based curator and writer Natalya Serkova as well as artist and Tzvetnik co-founder Vitaly Bezpalov.

Wednesday - October 30

Post Virtual Garden
Hannah Neckel’s focus is on digital utopia, mass media in post-capitalism and female self-representation into a post-virtual world. She will show her works at Anatolia Schnitzel.

Thursday - October 31

Dämonische Leinwände
Kozek Hörlonski and Alexander Martinz present the third and final part of their short film trilogy. Thus Reaktor becomes again the scene of occult body transformation.

»DER HANTOLOGISCHE KONGRESS« at brut im Kempelenpark. Photo by irreality.tv

Der Hantologische Kongress
Shooting for the second series of the irreality.tv’s new show is about to begin with a special event: haunt researchers, ghost hunters and actual spectres gather in Vienna.

Fear the terrifying gruesome horror music that Fo’Pa, Armin Schmelz, Whitest Arab Alive, and Tobias will play at celeste. It will be good!

Would you like to take part in some after dark activities with Ben UFO, Bruce as well as Service’s Polyxene, Steinwald, and Franz Jazzco at Grelle Forelle?

Friday - November 1

Veza Fernandez and Christina Lederhaas propose radical intimacies of antagonistic but codependent states that transgress by persisting the tension between contrary forces in care and solidarity.

Do you want to go on a short trip to Italy without flight shame? Then go to celeste, where Furor Exotica, Ric Piccolo, Leitstrahl, and Manuel Dolp will play.

Saturday - November 2

A night at Werk hosted by Horsepower Racing Team, who invited Ekman, Polyxene, Wittgenstein, DJ Nesquik, DJ Warzone, Peel, and Kim Leclerc to play.


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