The exhibition investigates how artistic models of a “we” can be cultivated for life together as a society: What does collaboration mean in the twenty-first century when fundamental social structures continue to dissolve? How have artists responded to such social and political developments over the decades and what is their position today?
date: 01.11.2022 to 06.11.2022
The collection show "Changes" focuses on recent acquisitions to the mumok collection, with works by Leidy Churchman, János Fájo, Philipp Fleischmann, Birke Gorm, Jojo Gronostay, Frida Orupabo, and Emily Wardill, and other works from the collection that have not yet been shown at mumok, and confronts these with older holdings which can thus be seen afresh.
date: 01.11.2022 to 29.01.2023
The mumok collection contains nearly five hundred works related to animals - a considerable quantity that raises the question of what kind of zoo the museum in fact is. What is kept, researched, and displayed both here and there to protect “wild life” and the “freedom of art”? And in whose interest?
date: 01.11.2022 to 26.02.2023
In her exhibition "Nane Oda Lavutaris / Who Will Play for Me?", the artist Emília Rigová, born in Slovakia, explores the history and the present-day experiences of the Roma. In an installation with pianos she refers to the musical heritage of the Roma and the tensions between self-image and external perception that this music embodies.
date: 01.11.2022 to 05.02.2023
"Carrying and being carried" - a body- and material-related workshop in the exhibition "Collaborations" with Ute Neuber, Philipp Ruthner and Mikki Muhr.
Last chance! On the last day of the exhibition "Collaborations", curator Heike Eipeldauer will personally guide you through the exhibition one last time.
The exhibition "mixed up with others before we even begin" investigates models of thinking and working that reconcile different, sometimes contradictory entities within contemporary visual culture.
date: 26.11.2022 to 10.04.2023