Hopefully all of you had great time during the Easter Holidays. Here is what’s happening this week in Vienna.
Although this week will be very quiet in Vienna there are some interesting art events to check.
Don’t miss this week in Vienna:
Galleries of Eschenbachgasse will present new shows on Tuesday, Schleifmühlgasse will be crowded with art lovers on Thursday and TBA21 presents workshop with Olafur Eliasson this Saturday. And that’s not it. All art events this week in Vienna is just one click away.
Another week in Vienna full of art events.
Chagall to Malevich at Albertina, Lawrence Weiner at Kiesler Foundation and other exhibition openings and art events in Vienna this week.
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This week will be quiet, which is good, because we all need some rest after the Vienna Art Week:). But some exhibition openings nonetheless are listed here:
Your hand-picked guide to Vienna Art Week 2015 (November 16-22). Day by day tips for openings, talks and guided tours. What to see and when.
This week will be busy with openings. Here is where we might meet each other in Vienna:
The week of viennacontemporary, Vienna’s most important international art fair, in pictures.
Here we are, the week of viennacontemporary is arriving. In this post you will find all events you shouldn’t miss in Vienna during the fair.
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.
Read the interview with Austrian artist Albert Mayr, whose solo show will be presented at viennacontemporary by MARTINETZ from Cologne in the framework of ZONE1.
Viennese art scene is getting ready for viennacontemporary, which will take place next week. Meanwhile check what opens in Vienna this week: