The photographer Ouriel Morgensztern is a citoyen du monde, a citizen of the world, who lets us travel through the gaze of his camera. Born in Paris, he grew up in a village in the south of France, before eventually finding the center of his life in Vienna almost twenty years ago after stays in New York and a kibbutz in Israel.
Dr. Renée Gadsden is opening the exhibition “Rendezvous in Vienna” on Tuesday October 19, 2021 at 7 p.m. in the Jewish Museum Vienna, Dorotheergasse 11, 1010 Vienna. She has written a text for the catalogue which is appearing on the occasion of the exhibition.
“Killer Closet”, a cycle of paintings, sculptures and a digital print on glass from 2019 and 2020, is a major expansion of Pauline Marcelle’s artistic vision, and a significant visual sextant for us to navigate these dynamic times.
Ahead of the Game was the visual art exhibition and highlight of the kopf.head.glava cultural project of the Kunstverein Kärnten 2017.
The alleged goal of the course “Political Theory as Art Theory” was to examine both political and art theory texts in order to question the notion that there is a metaphysical distinction between politics and art. Continue reading “Don’t Mention Felix”
Szilvia Ortlieb is able to transform anger into art. Out of that context rises her art, a poststructuralist feminist approach to objects, material, and status. Continue reading “Szilvia Ortlieb: Anger Management”
It is boredom that brings despair, boredom that we are trying to escape from every single day, is it not? Doesn’t it take an enormous amount of – seemingly compulsive – discipline to overcome this bordom? Continue reading “Tempted To Doubt”
Pauline Marcelle is a contemporary artist, in the literal sense of the word. Her art is focused on and inspired by the things she sees and experiences every day. Marcelle is best known for her colorful large scale paintings, as well as her dramatic video works. She focuses on human needs and desires, lusts and passions, which are lived out individually and in the group. Continue reading “Pauline Marcelle: Sum Ergo Sum”
Without considering pre-historic cave painting, egg tempera is, after encaustic, the oldest painting technique known. Favored by the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, it is most familiar to contemporary society through its use in Medieval and early Renaissance art and in Christian religious painting of the Byzantine era. Continue reading “Martin Brausewetter: Gentleman, Artist, Scholar”
Cornelia Caufmann is not only an ally of Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory and time, the poem Mnemosyne by Friedrich Hölderlin has also been persistent in her thoughts over the years. Continue reading “Cornelia Caufmann”