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Martin Markeli: 4some Candy / light installation

Martin Markeli: 4some Candy / light installation

Exhibition of Martin Markeli at Combinat

date: 21.01.2022 to 29.01.2022
place: Combinat

Eric McEver (USA): HENSHIN!

Eric McEver (USA): HENSHIN!

QDK art video loop in room D / Q21

date: 21.01.2022 to 06.03.2022
place: Raum D / Q21

Nutztier

Nutztier

The artistic intervention "Nutztier (Livestock) - Facts, Connections and Backgrounds of Meat Production" is to be understood as an attempt to present intensive animal farming and the resulting effects as objectively and easily understandable as possible.

date: 21.01.2022 to 28.02.2022
place: MQ Main Courtyard

Dedications

Dedications

JENNY dedicates a new beginning to you. With letters from students of language arts andinstallations by Lischa Bultmann.

date: 21.01.2022 to 31.03.2022
place: Literaturpassage

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN: Photography as analytical practice

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN: Photography as analytical practice

Photography as analytical practice12.11.2021–06.03.2022

date: 21.01.2022 to 06.03.2022
place: Leopold Museum

TONSPUR 90: Emeka Ogboh: Excerpts From Lagos

TONSPUR 90: Emeka Ogboh: Excerpts From Lagos

8-channel sound installation and 7-part poster series at TONSPUR_passage

date: 21.01.2022 to 11.02.2022
place: TONSPUR_passage

Enjoy - The mumok Collection in Change

Enjoy - The mumok Collection in Change

Ten years after joining the museum, Karola Kraus is organizing with her team a collection presentation that includes central donations and acquisitions from the past decade. The selected works range from classical modernism to the present day, following the path of the collection’s development. Twenty years after mumok opened in Vienna’s MuseumsQuartier, and forty years after the founding of the Austrian Ludwig Foundation, this exhibition is both a survey of the past and a glimpse ahead to the future. As the past years are reviewed, new perspectives are proposed as basis for the museum’s future collection and exhibition activities. The collection exhibition Enjoy sets out to convey the intertwining of past and present as a living process of continual reassessment and revaluation that reflects everchanging socio-political, socio-cultural, and philosophical developments and discourses. The main themes cut across time and media: the depiction of life in society, the human body, and nature, as well as migration and the drawing of boundaries.Curated by Karola Kraus with Manuela Ammer, Heike Eipeldauer, Rainer Fuchs, Naoko Kaltschmidt, Matthias Michalka

date: 21.01.2022 to 18.04.2022
place: mumok

Christian Azzouni, Melanie Moser, Ophelia Pauline Reuter: The Fold

Christian Azzouni, Melanie Moser, Ophelia Pauline Reuter: The Fold

date: 21.01.2022 to 31.03.2022
place: Sternenpassage

David Einwaller visualizes a text passage from "Liberal Antipopulism. An Expression of Post Politics" by Oliver Marchart

David Einwaller visualizes a text passage from "Liberal Antipopulism. An Expression of Post Politics" by Oliver Marchart

published in: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 44-55/2017

date: 21.01.2022 to 31.03.2022
place: Typopassage Wien

ALL WOOD

ALL WOOD

ZOOM Hands-on ExhibitionFor children ages 6 to 12Wood is incredibly versatile. You probably know furniture and buildings made of wood, but did you know that you can even wear it?

date: 21.01.2022 to 20.02.2022
place: ZOOM Kindermuseum

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

This exhibition provides an insight into the work of Mexican architect Tatiano Bilbao (born 1972 in Mexico City). For the first time in Austria, she is presenting her eponymous office, it’s approach and philosophy, along with their most important building projects.

date: 21.01.2022 to 07.02.2022
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

THE SCHEDLMAYER COLLECTION - A Discovery!

THE SCHEDLMAYER COLLECTION - A Discovery!

The Austrian collector couple Hermi (1941–2018) and Fritz Schedlmayer (1939–2013) brought together a top-class selection of arts and crafts objects and works of art from the first half of the 20th century. This largely unknown collection will be presented to the public for the first time in autumn of 2021.

date: 21.01.2022 to 18.04.2022
place: Leopold Museum

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