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Anita Leisz - Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize 2019

Anita Leisz - Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize 2019

Her minimal artistic practice cannot be reduced to a clearly defined medium or singular reading, nor to any specific, spatial situation, and this is what makes her work so attractive. She offers options to her audience which may shift according to spatial conditions.

date: 01.01.2020 to 23.02.2020
place: mumok

Alfred Schmeller - The Museum as a Flashpoint

Alfred Schmeller - The Museum as a Flashpoint

When Alfred Schmeller became the second director of the 20er Haus—today’s mumok—in 1969, after Werner Hofmann left for Hamburg, he had already enjoyed a long and varied career. He was director of the Art Club and had worked as a critic for many years, before then working as the state art restorer for Vienna and the Burgenland.

date: 01.01.2020 to 16.02.2020
place: mumok

Reading Time in Space - Modernism at mumok 1910 to 1955 - currently closed!

Reading Time in Space - Modernism at mumok 1910 to 1955 - currently closed!

The phenomenon of modernism can be understood as a process of radical change in all fields of art. The years around 1910 not only witnessed the great leap into abstraction; there were also numerous further parallel and very heterogeneous developments.

date: 01.01.2020 to 13.04.2020
place: mumok

Objects Recognized in Flashes - currently closed!

In our contemporary “post-internet reality” what is the status of our uses of and relationships with analogue and digital images? How do we view the relations between material and immateriality, body, screen, and photographic surface?Curated by Matthias Michalka

date: 01.01.2020 to 13.04.2020
place: mumok

Eva Hesse - Drawings

In cooperation with the artistic estate of Eva Hesse (1936–1970), mumok presents the rarely seen graphic work of this American artist with German roots.

date: 01.01.2020 to 16.02.2020
place: mumok

James Coleman - Lapsus Exposure - currently closed!

James Coleman - Lapsus Exposure - currently closed!

The slide and audio installation Lapsus Exposure addresses communication, subjectivity, and the use of media. A key question concerns the significance of the chosen medium for our understanding of what we see.

date: 01.01.2020 to 29.03.2020
place: mumok

Heimrad Bäcker - it is possible that they won’t kill us and they might allow us to live

Heimrad Bäcker - it is possible that they won’t kill us and they might allow us to live

In 2015 the photographic estate of Heimrad Bäcker, author and editor, was given to mumok as a gift, and since then the museum has held more than 14,000 items including photographs, negatives, notes, plans, text works, and found items—all a witness to the artist’s lifelong critical and artistic exploration of the theme of the Holocaust.

date: 01.01.2020 to 16.02.2020
place: mumok

mumok Kino: Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

mumok Kino: Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

With a poetic mix of curiosity, humor, sensuality, and concern, Water Makes Us Wet – An Ecosexual Adventure tells of the joys and the politics of water from an ecosexual perspective. The film accompanies the two artists, Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, together with their dog Butch on a road trip through California. On this tour of the golden state, they use their mobile E.A.R.T.H. Lab to explore various meanings of water. Ecosexuality shifts the metaphor of “mother” Earth to the “Earth as a lover,” creating a mutual and more empathetic relationship between humanity and the natural world.

date: 14.01.2020
place: mumok

mumok Kino: Shayne - Stephan Geene

mumok Kino: Shayne - Stephan Geene

Ricky Shayne passed through the West German entertainment scene like a comet, in a brief period from 1967 to 1972. He was born in Cairo, grew up in Beirut, and in Rome he became a star of the booming beat scene. He was then imported to Germany, where the most money could be made.

date: 22.01.2020
place: mumok

Children's Day at mumok

Children's Day at mumok

Ricky Shayne passed through the West German entertainment scene like a comet, in a brief period from 1967 to 1972. He was born in Cairo, grew up in Beirut, and in Rome he became a star of the booming beat scene. He was then imported to Germany, where the most money could be made.

date: 26.01.2020
place: mumok

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