… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace

Artists: Marwa Arsanios • Zach Blas • Sonia Boyce • Banu Cennetoğlu • Alejandro Cesarco • Saddie Choua • Phil Collins • Alice Creischer • Adji Dieye • Ines Doujak • Melanie Ebenhoch • Tim Etchells • Kevin Jerome Everson • Forensic Architecture • Giorgi Gago Gagoshidze, Hito Steyerl & Miloš Trakilović • Monika Grabuschnigg • Vlatka Horvat • Anne Marie Jehle • Gülsün Karamustafa • Jessika Khazrik for the Society of False Witnesses • Victoria Lomasko • Hana Miletić & Globe Aroma • Marina Naprushkina • Tuan Andrew Nguyen • Wendelien van Oldenborgh • Sylvia Palacios Whitman • Dan Perjovschi • Pirate Care • HC Playner • Oliver Ressler • School of Contradiction • Selma Selman • Andreas Siekmann • Daniel Spoerri • Mladen Stilinović • Marlene Streeruwitz • Milica Tomić • …

On Love Afterwards. Public Montage from and with Milica Tomić

The internationally renowned performance and media artist Milica Tomić presents an open, unconventional format: Her public montage on the history and present of political imagination is anything but a classic panel discussion.

Kunsthalle Wien Prize 2019

Awarded with the Kunsthalle Wien Prize 2019, Nina Vobruba (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna) and Malte Zander (University of Applied Arts Vienna) have expanded and translated the subjects of their prize-winning diploma projects into an exhibition format.

Sylvia Palacios Whitman: Green Hands and Other Performances

Legendary performance artist Sylvia Palacios Whitman gave a Viennese audience the exceptional opportunity to be able to experience her work live.

Andreas Fogarasi. Nine Buildings, Stripped

Andreas Fogarasi’s art focuses on points of contact between visual culture—fine art, design, architecture—and social reality. The city with its manifold surfaces is a central object of Fogarasi’s observations.

Time Is Thirsty

Time Is Thirsty offers an expansive installation of art, language, smell and sound, artefacts and everyday objects, in which the timelines shift and the current past, as well as the speculative future, seem to merge into one another: a repertoire of gestures and emotions which can resonate physically and mentally as an MDMAdeleine to be swallowed. A kaleidoscope of signs between which one can lose oneself.

Gelatin & Liam Gillick. Stinking Dawn

Stinking Dawn is an exhibition in the form of a production process for a full-length feature film by Gelatin and Liam Gillick. The collaboratively developed and improvised experimental film will examine the limits of human tolerance in the face of oppression, political crisis and excessive self-delusion.

Hysterical Mining

Artists: Trisha Baga, Louise Drulhe, Veronika Eberhart, Sylvia Eckermann & Gerald Nestler, Judith Fegerl, Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni, Katrin Hornek, Barbara Kapusta, Marlene Maier, Miao Ying, Pratchaya Phinthong, Marlies Pöschl, Delphine Reist, Tabita Rezaire

Peter Friedl. Teatro

Peter Friedl’s multifaceted works are exemplary suggestions and solutions for aesthetic problems regarding our political and historical consciousness. In pursuit of new narrative models, his projects examine both the construction and limitations of representation. The exhibition Teatro at Kunsthalle Wien focuses on a series of recurring themes in Friedl’s œuvre: model, language, history, translation, theatricality.

Heinz Frank. The Angle of the End Always Comes from Behind

Aphoristic notes such as “The hole is the epitome of emptiness” provide the initial sparks for Heinz Frank’s creative process resulting in pictures and constructions that not only blur boundaries between genres, techniques, and materials.

Annette Kelm. Tomato Target

Annette Kelm’s photographs show precise fractious motifs that quote the still life, object or studio photography, or the classical architecture shot, yet without ever fully complying with the conventions governing these genres.

Antarctica. An Exhibition on Alienation

Artists: Viltė Bražiūnaitė / Tomas Sinkevičius, Burak Delier, Buck Ellison, Isabella Fürnkäs, Eva Giolo, Thibaut Henz, Jan Hoeft, Hanne Lippard, Joanna Piotrowska, Jeroen de Rijke / Willem de Rooij, Jana Schulz, Andrzej Steinbach, Ingel Vaikla, Peter Wächtler, Ian Wallace, Tobias Zielony

Olaf Nicolai. There Is No Place Before Arrival

Renowned for his inventive work with a diverse array of materials and mediums, Olaf Nicolai’s artistic output is at once conceptual, complex and poetic. He develops a variety of interdisciplinary projects that address the primary experiences of space, time and corporeality.

Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017

Publishing has developed a favorite site and medium for aesthetic and artistic experimentation. It has also become an alternative space for promoting unrestricted individual or collective discourse.