ZONE1 has established itself as acclaimed format for the presentation of young artists from or educated in Austria and this year offers a series of innovative projects. Marlies Wirth, curator at the MAK – Austrian Museum for Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna – has selected the program and presents the entire range of …
Insights on how to start collecting art, approach artists and galleries and make the right choices from Arena Martinez and Frank Krikhaar from their conversation with Viennese art historian Katharina Zimmer at Young Collectors Talk at the viennacontemporary 2016.
ZONE1, the format for solo presentations of young Austrian art, once again promises a program full of surprises. Realized with the kind support of the Austrian Federal Chancellery, these are the up-and-coming Austrian artists presented at viennacontemporary.
What have artists Aldo Giannotti, Ulla Rauter and Albert Mayr been up to since their ZONE1 presentations at viennacontemporary?
The Belgian media & technology art duo talks about new ways to shape art experiences, their residency at Vienna’s Q21 and whether the city is as picture-perfectly kitschy as expected.
We’ve caught up with some promising artist from viennacontemporary’s 2014 edition of ZONE1: Tina Lechner, Lukas Troberg, and Julia Haller.
The exhibition Cosmic Cathedral, which takes place in Galerie Krinzinger is the first solo exhibition of artist duo HANAKAM & SCHULLER. I met Markus and Roswitha, who have been working together since 2004, at the gallery to talk about their work and approach to film and technology.
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 Clemens Wolf, whose solo show will be presented by Galerie Silvia Steinek (booth A24) in the framework of ZONE 1.
To get an idea about the Kazakhstan contemporary art scene we asked eight competent people of art for some insights.
Kunsthalle Budapest is the venue for the exhibition of artworks created by the awardees of the state-funded Derkovits Gyula Art Prize scholarship and the winners of the Pécsi József Scholarship for photographers. The scholarships can be given for up to three consecutive years with an age limit of 35 years. We headed to the vernissage with …
VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary is very grateful for the support for young Austrian artists from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Art and Culture (BM:UKK) (www.bmukk.gv.at) in facilitating ZONE1, a special project at the fair where Austrian galleries present solo exhibitions. This is the second part of the introduction to the artists and a peek at the works from the upcoming …
VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary is very grateful for the support for the young Austrian artists from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Art and Culture (BM:UKK) (www.bmukk.gv.at) in facilitating ZONE1, a special project at the fair where Austrian galleries present solo exhibitions. This is the first introduction to the artists and a peek at the works from the upcoming …
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