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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: 01.03.2020 to 06.09.2020
place: mumok - Reopening 17.06.!

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: 01.03.2020 to 06.09.2020
place: mumok - Reopening 17.06.!

James Coleman - Lapsus Exposure - reopening on June 17!

James Coleman - Lapsus Exposure - reopening on June 17!

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: 01.03.2020 to 29.03.2020
place: mumok - Reopening 17.06.!

Butter - Steve Reinke - reopening on June 17!

Butter - Steve Reinke - reopening on June 17!

“My work wants me dead, I know. It is all it ever talks about,” writes Steve Reinke in a correspondence on the occasion of his exhibition at mumok. Death and life, empathy and cruelty, sex and intimacy—it’s the “big” questions the artist (born 1963 in Eganville, Canada; lives in Chicago, USA) is after in his work.

date: 06.03.2020 to 21.06.2020
place: mumok - Reopening 17.06.!

Having Lived - Ingeborg Strobl - reopening on June 17!

Having Lived - Ingeborg Strobl - reopening on June 17!

Ingeborg Strobl’s oeuvre is moored in the tradition of conceptual and intermedia art. Natural and animal subjects acting as mirror images of society take up a central role in her objects, installations, collages, paintings, photographs, films, and publications. Also evident in her work is a predilection for the marginal, the hidden, that which is all-too easy to overlook or repress as well as a concomitant aversion to obsessive production and consumption.

date: 22.03.2020 to 26.07.2020
place: mumok - Reopening 17.06.!

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