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Side program Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties

04.02.2012 to 28.05.2012

Side program Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties

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Side program Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties

Exhibition: Feb 4 to May 28
Venue: mumok


Artist Talk with Claes Oldenburg
Sat, Feb 4, 19:00

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Survey Tours
every Sat and Sun, 14:00; every Thu, 19:00

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Theme Tours
every Sun, 16:00

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Tours for Lazy People, Busy People, and Others
every Sat, 14:00

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Lunch Tour: A lunchtime special
every Fri, 13:00

Object Worshipping: Notes on Oldenburg\'s Performances and Films
Lecture by Branden W. Jospeh
Thu, May 3

Claes Oldenburg often described the core of his performance aesthetic in terms of an almost fetishistic \"worship\" of the objects (including people) deployed within his happening-like events. This talk will examine this concept as Oldenburg pursued it in theater pieces and attempted to extend it into a series of little-known cinematic productions.

Patty Mucha: What actually happened
Fri, May 4

Admission free
Patty Mucha ist eine der großen Ikonen der Pop Art-Ära: sie war mit John Cage, Yvonne Rainer, Jasper Johns und John Lennon befreundet, war Leadsängerin in einer Band mit Andy Warhol und Hauptdarstellerin der Happenings von Claes Oldenburg, mit dem sie in den 1960er Jahren verheiratet war. Sie stand ihm Modell, nähte seine Soft Sculptures und war maßgeblich an der Entwicklung seiner Kunst beteiligt. In Wien wird sie die ereignisreichen und turbulenten Sixties aus ihrer Perspektive Revue passieren lassen.  

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