Press

A very warm welcome to the press section of Kunsthalle Wien! Here you can download press releases and press images for your research and press coverage needs. Downloads of the material are free, but please note that the images are to be used only with the correct copyright notice and with proper reference to Kunsthalle Wien.

In addition to changing exhibitions, Kunsthalle Wien is focusing on an intensive discourse in different formats. The recordings and interviews are also available for research purposes on our YouTube channel and via Soundcloud.

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Annual program 2021

We continue to make it our mission to facilitate meaningful ways of coming together, even under the current difficult circumstances, and to place the works of artists and their perspectives at the core of this encounter. You can download a statement from WHW on the program, particulars of all exhibitions and selected special projects here. For the press images please check the respective exhibitions listed below.

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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.

Johanna Tinzl, Back to Vienna – Body Adaptations: For two years, twice a week: Waiting. Horeischygasse, 1130 Vienna; My teacher was not a Nazi. Friesgasse, 1150 Vienna; Today I am no longer afraid. Schenkenstraße, 1010 Vienna, 2016/2020, courtesy the artist, © Bildrecht Wien, 2020, photo: Kunsthalle Wien

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Johanna Tinzl, Back in Vienna – Body Adaptations: My teacher was not a Nazi. Friesgasse, 1150 Wien, 2016/2020, courtesy the artist, © Bildrecht Wien, 2020

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Margot Pilz, Hausfrauendenkmal, 1979, courtesy the artist & Galerie 3

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Eva Egermann, Hold off, but hold me (with a text by Ianina Ilitcheva, ich sehe die einsamkeit vor mir und sie ist leicht, hochroth München 2018), 2020, photo: Kunsthalle Wien

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Eva Egermann, Hold off, but hold me (with a text by Ianina Ilitcheva, 183 Tage, 2015), Central Garden, 2020, courtesy the artist, photo: Kunsthalle Wien

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KISS: Thomas Geiger, Festival of Minimal Actions: Yann Vanderme, FAIRE SEMBLANT, photo: Kunsthalle Wien, 2020

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KISS: Thomas Geiger, Festival of Minimal Actions: Jiří Kovanda, Kissing through glass, Foto: Kunsthalle Wien, 2020

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Elke Silvia Krystufek, Not My Government, 2019, courtesy the artist & Croy Nielsen, Vienna, photo: Kunst-Dokumentation.com

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Rade Petrasevic, PLEASE DON’T ASK, 2019, courtesy the artist & Christine König Galerie

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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: Želimir Žilnik. Shadow Citizens, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Installation view: Želimir Žilnik. Shadow Citizens, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Installation view: Želimir Žilnik. Shadow Citizens, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Installation view: Želimir Žilnik. Shadow Citizens, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Installation view: Želimir Žilnik. Shadow Citizens, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Portrait Želimir Žilnik, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Portrait What, How and for Whom / WHW & Želimir Žilnik, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Portrait What, How and for Whom / WHW & Želimir Žilnik, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Želimir Žilnik, Early Works (on-set photo), 1969, photo: Andrej Popović, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, Freedom or Cartoons (on-set photo), 1972, courtesy the artist, photo: Andrej Popović

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Želimir Žilnik, Vera and Eržika (film still), 1981, © Radio Television of Vojvodina, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, Pretty Women Walking through the City (film still), 1986, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, Brooklyn – Gusinje (film still), 1988, © Radio Television of Serbia, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, Tito among the Serbs for the Second Time (film still), 1994, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, Marble Ass (on-set photo), 1995, courtesy the artist, photo: Miodrag Milošević

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Želimir Žilnik, One Woman – One Century (on-set photo), 2011, courtesy the artist, photo: Sarita Matijević

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Želimir Žilnik, Logbook_Serbistan (film still), 2015, courtesy the artist

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Želimir Žilnik, The Most Beautiful Country in the World (film still), 2018, 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: Cybernetics of the Poor, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Installation view: Cybernetics of the Poor, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler: Robert Adrian X, 24 Jobs, 1979, courtesy mumok – Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna. © Bildrecht Wien, 2021

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Installation view: Cybernetics of the Poor, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler: Ferdinand Kriwet, Campaing-Tableau, 1972/2007, private collection Cologne, courtesy BQ, Berlin

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Installation view: Cybernetics of the Poor, Kunsthalle Wien 2020, photo: © eSeL.at - Lorenz Seidler

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Robert Adrian X, Computer Clerk, Canadian Pacific Railway (Car Accounting), from the series 24 Jobs, 1979, courtesy mumok – Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna. © Bildrecht Wien, 2021

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Agency, Assembly (Cybernetics of the Poor), 1992—, Installation view Tabakalera, 2020, courtesy List of Things, photo: Mikel Eskauriaza

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Lili Reynaud-Dewar, I Want All of the Above to Be the Sun (Tabakalera), 2020, film still, courtesy the artist and LAYR, Vienna

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Constanze Ruhm, CRASH SITE / My_Never_Ending_Burial_Plot, 2010, film still, courtesy the artist and sixpackfilm

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Ana de Almeida, Alicja Rogalska & Vanja Smiljanić, NOVA, 2020, production still © the artists & Kunsthalle Wien, 2020

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Jörg Schlick, Elementarteilchen, 2000, courtesy Diethardt collection, Graz

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And if I devoted my life to one of its feathers?: Jim Denomie, Oz, The Emergence, 2017, Collection of Minnesota Museum of American Art

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And if I devoted my life to one of its feathers?: Prabhakar Pachpute, A plight of hardship, 2020, Courtesy the artist

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And if I devoted my life to one of its feathers?: Babi Badalov, Vax See Nation, 2021, Courtesy Galerie Poggi, Paris

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Averklub Collective: From the archives of the Chanov inhabitants, 1970s

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Space for Kids: Nathalie Koger, Die Konferenz der Tiere, revisited (work in progress), 2021, video still, courtesy The Golden Pixel Cooperative. © Bildrecht Wien, 2021

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Space for Kids: Simona Obholzer, study for Technoscapes, 2020, courtesy The Golden Pixel Cooperative. © Bildrecht Wien, 2021

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Ho Rui An, Asia the Unmiraculous, 2018–2021, photo: Yasuhiro Tani, courtesy Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media

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Ho Rui An, Asia the Unmiraculous, 2018–2021, photo: Yasuhiro Tani, courtesy Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media

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Ho Rui An, Student Bodies, 2019, video still, courtesy the artist

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Ines Doujak, Ghostpopulation (under construction), 2021, courtesy the artist

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Ana Hoffner ex-Prvulovic*, Still from Freud Film, Video Installation, 2019, Courtesy die Künstlerin

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Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński, Unearthing. In Conversation Filmstill, 2017, Courtesy die Künstlerin

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Do Nothing. Feel Everything: I want to have enough luck, photo: Lesley Braun

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