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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: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Installation view: Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives of 1970s and 1980s France, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Markus Wörgötter

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Micha Dell-Prane: Delphine Seyrig and Ioana Wieder holding a camera during a demonstration, 1976, courtesy Centre audiovisuel Simone de Beauvoir, © Micha Dell-Prane

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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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Carole Roussopoulos: Delphine Seyrig and Viva during the shooting of Sois belle et tais-toi! [Be Pretty and Shut Up!], 1975, courtesy Seyrig Archives, © Alexandra & Géronimo Roussopoulos

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Carole Roussopoulos: Delphine Seyrig and Maria Schneider during the tour of Sois belle et tais-toi! [Be Pretty and Shut Up!], 1975, courtesy Seyrig Archives

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Ulrike Ottinger: Das Gastmahl der verfolgten Wissenschaftler und Künstler [The Feast of Persecuted Scientists and Artists] (Delphine Seyrig, Wieland Speck, Alf Bold, Wilhelm D. Siebert, Ulla Stöckl, Peter Gente a.o.), context: Freak Orlando, Baerwaldbad, Berlin, 1981, courtesy the artist, © Ulrike Ottinger

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Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022/Karlsgarten, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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Kristel Peters, Growing Shoes – high heeled, 2018, Courtesy the artist, photo: Filip Bullens

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Installation view: Space for Kids. The Art-Nature Laboratory or The Mushrooming Cabinet of Wonders, Kunsthalle Wien 2022, photo: Maximilian Pramatarov

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

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Alice Bucknell, Swamp City, 2021, film still, © Alice Bucknell, courtesy the artist

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Christian Hutzinger, Ohne Titel (CH 30/2006) [Untitled (CH 30/2006)], 2006, Courtesy the artist, photo: Bildrecht Wien

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Birke Gorm, loaf of meat (3875 g), 2020, Courtesy the artist and Croy Nielsen, Vienna, photo: kunst-dokumentation.com

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Marcus Coates, Extinct Animals, 2018, Courtesy the artist and Kate MacGarry Gallery, London, photo: Courtesy Workplace Gallery, London

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Monira Al Qadiri, Divine Memory, 2019, video still, commissioned by Kunstverein Göttingen 2019, courtesy the artist

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Regula Dettwiler, Naturgeschichte der artifiziellen Welt: Orchidee made in China [Natural History of the Artificial World], Wien 2010, courtesy the artist, photo: Bildrecht Wien

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Šimon Chovan, Dear Thearlings, 2018–ongoing, Courtesy the artist, photo: Martin Danis

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Uriel Orlow, What Plants were called before they had a name, 2015–2018, Courtesy the artist, photo: AADHOOGENDOORN

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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.

Katrina Daschner, Burn & Gloom, Glow & Moon, 1999–2022, Courtesy the artist

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Katrina Daschner, Golden Shadow, 2022, film still, courtesy the artist

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Katrina Daschner, Hiding in the Lights, 2013, film still, courtesy the artist / sixpackfilm

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Katrina Daschner, Tanz2000, 2000, film still, Courtesy die Künstlerin

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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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Katrina Daschner, installation view, in the foreground: Sister Siren (Lila) and Sister Siren (Silbergrau), in the background: Lesbian Teletentakel #2, all works from 2022, courtesy the artist, photo: Kunsthalle Wien

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Katrina Daschner, Flaming Flamingos, 2011 (film still), courtesy the artist / sixpackfilm

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