Ten emerging international curators, part of BLOCKFREI‘s annual curators-in-residence program Curators’ Agenda, visited viennacontemporary. Here’s what impressed them the most.
Learn what artist Rudi Stanzel snuck into Belvedere, why you should always look up in Vienna and why Mozartkugeln are still a good souvenir.
viennacontemporary is an art fair providing an uncomplicated and enjoyable approach to contemporary art and puts particular emphasis on special audiences. Besides the solo presentations on display at ZONE1, young Austrian artists will be invited to give guided tours – Studio for students and Gold for seniors.
Meet Zenita Komad, Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair and Hans Weigand – artists of the exhibition Tales of 2 Cities at the Jewish Museum Vienna.
The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts, founded in 1953 by Oskar Kokoschka as the “School of Vision” in Hohensalzburg Fortress, is the oldest of its kind in Europe. Read an interview with Hildegund Amanshauser, the director of the Academy to find out about the studying process, students, and pressing issues in Salzburg.
The image of the city that could be Vienna. Read an interview with Austrian artist Wolfgang Lehrner about his project “VIE CEE”, which focuses on the vision of a possible Central-Eastern European capital.
A visual diary of a young Austrian artist in Kosice, Slovakia: K.A.I.R project invited me to participate in their artist in residence program in Kosice for two months. I’ve been here for 6 weeks now, and I have to say I really like it… I don’t know what else to write, that’s why I became a visual …
Austria’s young bright burning star extraordinaire, Les Tardes Goldscheyder, the autodidact, street artist, visionary, poet, painter and curator (www.durchhaus.org) narrates the mystic spaces between the hell and heaven.