What to Do in Vienna This Week

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DIS »Everything But The World«, 2021. Courtesy the artist.

Essentials February 28–March 6

We present the »Weekly Essentials« with our picks of events and exhibition openings. We know that daily life is a challenge but maybe those structures give help to find a way trough it. We encourage everyone, to show solidarity with Ukraine and all the people who have to flee by going to demonstrations or by making donations in kind or direct monetary donations (i.e. no fundraising campaigns that are channeled through Facebook or Instagram, as these are not paid out directly).

Tuesday, March 1

PERFORMANCE MUSIC
Cantus Novus Wien live
On the last Tuesday evening of the exhibition, the space intervention »RELAX« by Christoph Meier, Ute Müller, Robert Schwarz, and Lukas Stopczynski will once again become a place for performance and music.
MAK
Stubenring 5, 1010

Wednesday, March 2

SCREENING
Cory Arcangel »F1 Racer Mod (aka Japanese Driving Game)«
GON Store
Marc-Aurel-Straße 5, 1010

SCREENING
Marianna Christofides »exercises in becoming uncertain«
mumok cinema
Museumsplatz 1, 1070

OPENING
»Shirts and Shambles«
In the exhibition the first year students of Modeklasse are presenting their project from the brief »the shirting project«.
Haidgasse 7a, 1020

OPENING
Anna Dumitriu and Alex May »FERMENTING FUTURES«
Künstlerhaus
Karlsplatz 5, 1010

Thursday, March 3

OPENING 
Daniel Ferstl »Lovers«
Wonnerth Dejaco
Ballgasse 6, 1010

OPENING
Linn Phyllis Seeger »0N0E«
WAF Galerie
Schadekgasse 6-8, 1060

OPENING  SPECIAL RECOMMENDATION
Siggi Hofer / Dineo Seshee Bopape / DIS
Secession
Friedrichstrasse 12, 1010

Friday, March 4

OPENING
Schrenk / Resinger / Grubisic
Dessous
Geblergasse 101, 1170

Saturday, March 5

PARTY  
Marie Cherie / TIN MAN / ACBOY
rrr
Brunnengasse 76, 1160

LAST CHANCE
Sophie Thun »Merge Layersy«
Sophie Tappeiner
An der Hülben 3, 1010

Sunday, March 6

LAST CHANCE
Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic* & Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński
Kunsthalle Wien
Museumsplatz 1, 1070

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PW-Magazine is a bilingual online magazine for contemporary culture run by Luca Büchler and Lewon Heublein. 

PW-Magazine is supported by the Federal Chancellery of Austria and Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.