MY GENERATION. The Jablonka Collection
The Jablonka Collection is one of the most important collections of American and German art of the 1980s, with works by artists whom Rafael Jablonka promoted, introduced and collected. CastYourArt interviewed collector Rafael Jablonka and Albertina director Klaus Albrecht Schröder at the Albertina exhibition "My Generation. The Jablonka Collection" and produced an exhibition-portrait.
THE BEGINNING. Art in Austria, 1945-1980. #9 Feminist Avant-Garde
Putting a focus on patriarchal society and its constraints the so called austrian feminist avant-garde was in search for new visual and gestural language. In our CastYourArt exhibition-portrait, ALBERTINAmodern chief curator Angela Stief provides insights into the works and characteristic features of the feminist avant garde and its members
THE BEGINNING. Art in Austria, 1945-1980. #10 Franz West and the Development of Sculpture
The last film in our ten-part series about the ALBERTINAmodern opening exhibition "The Beginning. Art in Austria 1945 to 1980" we dedicate ourselves to the artistic work of Franz West as well as the development of sculpture in Austria during the first three post-war decades. In our CastYourArt exhibition-portrait, we interviewed Elisabeth Dutz and Berthold Ecker, curators of the exhibition.
MIKE KELLEY. Kandor 13
What do Batman and American artist Mike Kelley have in common? Kandor. In our film contribution, Albertina curator Elsy Lahner introduces the work "Kandor 13" by Mike Kelley.
MARGOT PILZ. Fascination Japan
Three contemporary Austrian female artists of three generations, Margot Pilz, Eva Schlegel and Stephanie Pflaum, have produced sculptural interventions especially
EVA SCHLEGEL. SPACES at the Kunsthalle Krems
Kunsthalle Krems curator Andreas Hoffer guides us through the exhibition SPACES by artist Eva Schlegel. It's about borderless spaces, photography and film ...
EVA SCHLEGEL. SPACES at the Dominikanerkirche Krems
Starting on 1st of July 2018 the austrian artist and former venice biennal participant presents her in situ work at Dominikanerkirche Krems. The huge installation
OTHER WORLDS - Eva Schlegel, Manfred Wakolbinger
Claudio Cocca and Csaba Valentik present „OTHER WORLDS“, a joint exhibition by Eva Schlegel and Manfred Wakolbinger Collaborating by means of photography,
Tobias Pils - Untitled
Kunsthalle Krems has reopened after a year of refurbishment, showing young art by Tobias Pils in the skylight hall of the museum. Pils shows a painting installation
Sébastien de Ganay - Transposition and Reproduction (en)
Along with the reopening of the Kunsthalle Krems, the Dominican church in the centre of town will offer art exhibition to the public as well. The first exhibition
Elisabeth von Samsonow - Transplants
At the Dominican church in Krems Zeit Kunst Niederösterreich presents the artworks of Elisabeth von Samsonow. Among other works the artist placed a huge installation
Bernhard Leitner - Sound Space Sculpture
“Sound Chair”, “Sound Dome”, “Serpentinata”, “Sound Column”… - Bernhard Leitner’s sound space objects and installations are all accessible
Monika Grzymala - Drawing Spatially. Vortex.
Monika Grzymala’s „spatial drawing“ unfolds in three dimensions, as an installation made of four kilometers of black tape. It is direct, concise and coherent
DIE DAMEN - Irony as a ressource
Irony as an active agent in order to continually reformulate problems of art, of the creative subject and of the presence of the viewer-subject, in a subjective world permanently being subjectivated: 25 years after their first appearance, the art group DIE DAMEN arranged an historic and documentary exhibition at ZEITKUNST Niederösterreich in the Lower Austria Contemporary Gallery St. Pölten, offering an insight into their multifaceted oeuvre and into an entire era of Austrian art life.
Marianne Maderna - Humanimals
A universal artwork of sculpture, drawings and film: at the Gallery of Lower Austria for Contemporary Artin the Dominican church of Krems, multimedia artist
Kris Martin - Festum II
The Viennese Kunsthistorisches Museum shows in its second exhibition Festum II at the re-opened Theseus Temple a work by the Belgian artist Kris Martin.
Ugo Rondinone - wisdom? peace? blank? all of this?
The Viennese Kunsthistorisches Museum opened its exhibition series at Theseus Tempel at the Volksgarten with the swiss based artist Ugo Rondinone. CastYourArt
Isabelle Mühlbacher - Traces from the Past.
By means of the most diverse media, Isabelle Mühlbacher defends the position of the humane where it already is a relic, a trace, a reminder. An artist-portrait
KUCSKO - Double Coated IP Capsule
An exhibition by Kucsko with generative Sound installation by Karlheinz ESSL in Bank Austria Kunstforum - tresor. Audiointerview with Karlheinz Essl in German
Allyson Mitchell - Furry Crits
Allyson Mitchell's activist art is meant to prod and provoke, but it draws you in with warmth, sincerity and just a little faux-fur. In Allyson Mitchell’s
Constantin Luser - Music soothes the savage beast…
Constantin Luser challenges us to enter the maze of his imagination: he corners us against the wall of our indifference and confronts us with the unavoidable
Wilhelm Scherübl - Transform
There has been substantial evidence for the theory, according to the German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk, that it is far less important for humans to know who
Michael Kienzer - "inter/medium"
A grid-like strut frame, constructed out of several vertical and horizontal aluminum rods, stands in the space, and is held both together and upright by means
Ariel Schlesinger - Poetic Destruction
In the modern, functionally disenchanted world, those who seek out magical moments must first acknowledge reality, but still hold on to the belief that that
Karine Giboulo - 3D Comic Book
With her work, says the Canadian artist Karine Giboulo, she would like to leave behind an impression of the world. That is, her impression. The common thread
The Sanchez Brothers - Exposures of the Dark
Carlos, born 1976, Jason, born 1981, surname Sanchez, together, "The Sanchez Brothers", are an extremely promising, young photographer collective. The work
Michel de Broin - Matters of Circulation
In 1771, Louis Sébastien Mercier published the novel 2440, which depicts an utopia of a convenient, more ideal, distant future world. Utopias had already existed
Ahmet Ögüt - In Front of Your Eyes
For a long time, contemporary art was strictly a national phenomenon in Turkey and was therefore, to a large extent, ignored internationally. This has changed.
Noah Fischer - State of the Art
As you are looking at this podcast, you are looking into a monitor, be it on your laptop, your iPod, your mobile phone, etc. But how much time do you spend
Thomas Baumann – The Language of Movement
Sculptures and installations of the artist Thomas Baumann possess the quality of being alive. Usually, they are moving. They de-form, they make noises, they
SIGNA – The Northern Complex Method
As the artistic duo SIGNA, Signa Soerensen and Arthur Koestler provide our world with replicas of itself. They install reproductions of the original, three-dimensional
Füsun Onur - Silent Music
The openness of her parents — to both traditional Islamic positions as well as the value system of the recent secularly oriented republic — was passed on
Thomas Hirschhorn - The Eye
To flare up, to freak out, to lose it—to see red. Red stands for danger, the red stoplight, red stands for pain and suffering, the red flag, red stands for
ILA - Seek and you shall find not.
Intensity can be fascinating. However, levity also holds a certain charm. The artist’s name, ILA — which stands for the sentence in German: einen “Immens