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.
VALIE EXPORT. Body Sign Action
VALIE EXPORT is one of the most famous Austrian artists of post-war history. In our film feature, ALBERTINA MODERN chief curator Angela Stief outlines the art of VALIE EXPORT, based on her painting "Body Sign Action".
PETER ZOLLY. artists only
Between digital art, drawing and painting – pop artist Peter Zolly’s creativity crosses boundaries when he conceives his iconic visual vocabulary. As
James Welling - Metamorphosis
What you see isn't what you really get. There is something else—the effect of photography. According to curator Heike Eipeldauer, to an unsuspecting visitor
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
Özlem Sulak - Fictive Presence
From September 19th to November 18th, the Bank Austria Kunstforum in Vienna dedicates an exhibition in its vault room to the artist Özlem Sulak, born in Turkey in 1979.
Manfred Wakolbinger - The Ephemeral and the Eternal
Change, transformation, mutation, metamorphosis: Manfred Wakolbinger questions the surrounding space around us and puts our perception on a new level, in order
Inci Eviner - Art Sets Our Consciousness in Motion
It is almost impossible to breathe and move within the linguistical system in which we are embedded. Art brings new movement into our consciousness. An artist
Edgar Honetschläger - To the Limits
Edgar Honetschläger tests the boundaries of the possible, always along the limit in order to question the existing standard, the process being as important
Thomas Draschan - Psychic Images Collision
To Bollywood background music, the blonde sucks on her partners erect prick with relish, then we see how he generously lathers her hairy fanny with soap…a
Fiene Scharp - Hair out of place
Fiene Scharp’s references to hair and skin confront us with our own corporeality and challenge us to place such normally mundane materials in a new context,
Irene Andessner - Portraits of the Self
Irene Andessner’s self-dramatizations are revivals of historical personalities that utilize memory as a source of reactivation. Irene Andessner began her
Liselot van der Heijden - The Eyes Have It
We live in a visual age. Our pastimes are often dictated by those things we like to observe, in art galleries, at the cinema, at the zoo. In this surveillance-heavy
Francisca Benitez - Ephemeral City
At the ripe old age of 35, Francisca Benitez calls herself a “retired architect”. When the Chilean-born artist first arrived in New York ten years earlier,
Miguel Alvear - Tableaux popular
In his work, the Ecuadorian artist Miguel Alvear works with motifs that originate from the pop culture worlds of South America. He mixes popular icons with
Christian Niccoli - Lost in Perception
The work of the Italian artist Christian Niccoli traces the social mental state of the urban beings of our time. The discourse is over a generation of young
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
Eva Jiricka - If I Couldn’t Do This, I Wouldn’t Know What to Do.
“If somebody would come and wash my car, it would be nice. It would be nice, it would be done, but I wouldn’t pay for it. Sometimes I think that for many