Fanny Hauser and Karol Radziszewski present DIK Fagazine #14 in the context of Vienna Art Week.
DIK Fagazine is the first arts publication from Central and Eastern Europe with a focus on homosexuality and masculinity. Founded in 2005 by artist Karol Radziszewski, the magazine combines queer archival research with contemporary art contributions.
Issue 14 will focus on the city of Vienna throughout the past 150 years, and its specific geography as a gate between East and West. While previous issues have often been monographs dedicated to particular countries like Ukraine, Romania or Belarus, this issue brings together queer histories and figures from several countries including Austria, Hungary, Albania, Poland, and Serbia.
As part of the magazine presentation, Fanny Hauser and Karol Radziszewski are in conversation with John Clark, Kurt Krickler and Andrzej Selerowicz who also have their say in the new issue of DIK Fagazine. You can purchase the magazine for € 22 on site.
The journal is based in Poland, published in English and distributed worldwide.
DIK Fagazine #14
Edited by Fanny Hauser and Karol Radziszewski
Design by Martin Falck
In cooperation with Queer Archives Institute
The event will be held in English. Free admission.