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Annual program 2022

Kunsthalle Wien’s exhibition program for 2022 is driven by the conviction that art is not a luxury item for a supposed elite but a communicative space for testing a free society’s possibilities of thought and action with artistic means. Therefore the new program, which WHW have developed together with the curatorial team of Kunsthalle Wien, once again focuses on art’s critical-reflexive potential.

On this page you can find detailed information about the individual exhibitions as well as press images. A program overview, a curatorial statement by WHW as well as information on all exhibitions are available for download.

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Installation view: Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Ausstellungsansicht: Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, Foto: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Freud Film, 2017/2021, film still, courtesy the artist*

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Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Unearthing. In Conversation, 2017, film still, courtesy the artist

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Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Non-aligned Relatives (Performance-Dokumentation), 2019, Ausstellung Queer Stories, tranzit.sk, Bratislava, Foto: Judith Stehlik, courtesy the artist*

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Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński in collaboration with Baba Issaka, To let them know what we think about them, 2021, courtesy the artist

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Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Freud Film, 2017/2021, film still, courtesy the artist*

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Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, The Letter, 2019, video still, courtesy the artist

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The provided press images may be used by the press free of charge, but only in the context of covering Kunsthalle Wien’s current exhibitions. Please make sure to mention the complete copyright attribution. The images must not be used for commercial purposes or shared with third parties.

Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Patricia Domínguez, Green Irises, 2019, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Stanislava Kovalcikova, Misty (Foggy), 2017, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything with works by Yesmine Ben Khelil, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything with works by Yesmine Ben Khelil (detail), Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view: Do Nothing, Feel Everything, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Niklas Lichti, Concrete Quarterly, 2020, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything with works by Tom Seidmann-Freud (detail), Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything with works by Rahima Gambo, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Opoku Mensah, The Nights Table, 2017, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything with works by Rahima Gambo from series Tatsuniya II, 2019, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, Foto: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Ausstellungsansicht: Do Nothing, Feel Everything, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, Foto: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Stanislava Kovalcikova, Misty (Foggy), 2017, and Shana Moulton, The Pink Tower, 2019 Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Installation view Do Nothing, Feel Everything: Patricia Domínguez, Green Irises, 2019, Kunsthalle Wien 2021, photo: www.kunst-dokumentation.com

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Yesmine Ben Khelil, Untitled, 2020

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Shana Moulton, The Pink Tower, 2019. Exhibition view 'The Invisible Seventh is the Mystic Column', Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich. Photo: Alex Blair

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Rahima Gambo, Doing Lalle in a classroom, from series Tatsuniya II, 2019, courtesy the artist and Tatsuniya Art Collective

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Opoku Mensah, The Nights Table, 2017, courtesy the artist

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Tom Seidmann-Freud, Die Fischreise [The Fish Journey], 1923, excerpt from the eponymous children’s book, courtesy Amnon Harari, Ayala Drori, and Osi Gevim

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Yesmine Ben Khelil, Tout devient rose … 3 [Everything Becomes Pink ... 3], 2020, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Maïa Muller, Paris

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Patricia Domínguez, Green Irises (detail), 2019, installation view, Gasworks, London, 2019, photo: Andy Keate. Commissioned and produced by Gasworks, with support from Lazo Cordillera, Fundación Engel, Fundación AMA, and SCAN

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Anna Spanlang, CEREAL / Soy Claudia, soy Esther y soy Teresa. Soy Ingrid, soy Fabiola y soy Valeria, 2021, film still

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Diana Barbosa Gil, Die beste Idee aller Zeiten [The Best Idea Ever], 2021, installation view, photo: Jorit Aust

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Cho Beom-Seok, Eine Begegnung [An Encounter], Film still, © 2022 Cho Beom-Seok

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Jojo Gronostay, Corporate Synthesis Felt Carpet, 2020, installation view, photo: © Clemens Fantur/Jojo Gronostay

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Nora Severios, Knock out Garden, 2020, installation view, photo: Sophie Pölzl

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Ani Gurashvili, untitled, 2021

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Lukas Maria Kaufmann, Between, between, 2020–2021, installation view

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Chin Tsao, The Land of Promise, 2021, Videostill

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Cathy Bernheim, Delphine Seyrig holding a camera in the shooting of Où est-ce qu’on se “mai”? [Where should we go (to stand up for our rights)?], filmed during the May 1 demonstration in Paris, 1976 (detail), courtesy Cathy Bernheim

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Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, photo: Kunsthalle Wien

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Katrina Daschner, Parole Rosette, 2012, film still, courtesy the artist

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Katrina Daschner, Pferdebusen, 2017, film still, courtesy the artist

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Katrina Daschner, POMP, 2020, film still, courtesy the artist

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Sanja Ivekovic, Achtung, Europäer! (Attention, Europeans!), 2006, courtesy the artist

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Sanja Ivekovic, GEN XX (1997–2001), courtesy the artist

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Sanja Iveković, The Invisible Women of Erste Campus, 2016, film still, courtesy the artist and Erste Group Bank AG

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Sanja Iveković, New Star / Nova Zvijezda, 1983, courtesy the artist

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Sanja Iveković, Novi Zagreb (People behind the Windows), 1979, courtesy the artist

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Sanja Iveković, Why an Artist Cannot Represent a Nation State, 2012, still with Rada Iveković, photo: Marko Ercegović, courtesy the artist

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Sanja Iveković, Women’s House (Sunglasses), 2002, courtesy the artist

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Rajkamal Kahlon, Untitled (Pan Am), from the series We've Come a Long Way to Be Together, 2019, mixed media painting on canvas, photo: Okno Studios, courtesy the artist

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Rajkamal Kahlon, Untitled (Life Jacket), from the series We've Come a Long Way to Be Together, 2019, mixed media painting on canvas, photo: Okno Studios, courtesy the artist

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Rajkamal Kahlon, installation view Die Völker der Erde including 300 drawings from the eponymous series (2017–2021), MEWO Kunsthalle Memmingen, 2019, photo: MEWO Kunsthalle Memmingen

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Rajkamal Kahlon, detail from the series Die Völker der Erde (2017–2021), acrylic ink on book page, courtesy the artist

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Rajkamal Kahlon, detail from the series Die Völker der Erde (2017–2021), acrylic ink on book page, courtesy the artist

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