HUNDERTWASSER – SCHIELE / Imagine Tomorrow

HUNDERTWASSER – SCHIELE / Imagine Tomorrow

Emil Pirchan (1884–1957) was a pioneer of Expressionist stage design, as well as an imaginative poster designer who enjoyed considerable success in the highly competitive field of advertising art. He was also a costumer, designer, book illustrator, author of several artist monographs, a novelist, teacher, and a lot more besides.

date: 27.11.2020 to 04.04.2021
place: Leopold Museum

THE RETURN OF ISHTAR - Another world is possible

THE RETURN OF ISHTAR - Another world is possible

Premiere, performance for ages 13 and up

date: 16.12.2020 to 05.03.2021
place: Dschungel Wien

THE BODY ELECTRIC - Erwin Osen and Egon Schiele

THE BODY ELECTRIC - Erwin Osen and Egon Schiele

The exhibition The Body Electric: Erwin Osen and Egon Schiele, to be shown at the Leopold Museum, is a presentation based on a number of recently re-discovered drawings by Erwin Osen (1891–1970). These were commissioned by Stefan Jellinek (1871–1968), a physicist and doctor active in Vienna until 1939, who during World War I researched the use of electricity in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorders.

date: 15.01.2021 to 13.06.2021
place: Leopold Museum

tohuwabohu

tohuwabohu

Premiere, dance theater for ages 6 and up

date: 24.01.2021 to 28.01.2021
place: Dschungel Wien

OCEAN

OCEAN

Premiere, dance theater for ages 6 and up

date: 19.02.2021 to 07.06.2021
place: Dschungel Wien

Ane Mette Hol - Becoming (working title)

Ane Mette Hol - Becoming (working title)

Ane Mette Hol explores marginal phenomena of art production. Her eye locked on minor matter—items that fall on the ground while making art in the studio, for instance, or traces left in an exhibition space after installing the works—she sharpens the viewers’ awareness of the conditions surrounding artistic production.

date: 12.03.2021 to 20.06.2021
place: mumok

Exhibition Opening: Ane Mette Hol - Becoming (working title)

Exhibition Opening: Ane Mette Hol - Becoming (working title)

Ane Mette Hol explores marginal phenomena of art production. Her eye locked on minor matter—items that fall on the ground while making art in the studio, for instance, or traces left in an exhibition space after installing the works—she sharpens the viewers’ awareness of the conditions surrounding artistic production.

date: 12.03.2021
place: mumok