Wien 10.-11.12.13.
Vytvořeno: 8. 12. 2013 od Ateliér sochařství

liebe freunde!


UTERY 10.12.


-sraz 11:45 pred skolou kurzbauergasse 9 (z pratersternu od autobusu ci metra jdete parkem cca 10-15 minut)


-12:00-14:00 spolecna schuzka s atelierem Heima Zoberniga (prezentace naseho atelieru, planovani spoluprace na pristi rok, vystavy Nod a ceska centra, spolecny workshop ZLIN kveten 2014)


14:00-17:00 studiovisit studentu Heima Zoberniga (tato cast programu je pro vas nepovinna, alternativne muzete individualne navstivit Albertinu viz nize)


19:00 vecere v atelieru (prosim vemte nejakou pozornost, napriklad piti ci jidlo vhodne doplnujici vegetarianske menu)


STREDA 11.12.


sraz 10:00 MUMOK v arealu MuseumsQuartier (ve vstupu u listku)


and Materials and Money and Crisis is a group exhibition that serves as an experimental proposition towards addressing the matter of capital as it exists in the artwork. The exhibition, curated by New York-based curator Richard Birkett in dialogue with artist Sam Lewitt, brings together the work of eleven artists, including new commissions and existing artworks reconstituted for mumok. In this proposition, matter has a double meaning. On the one hand, flows of material and money – and the crisis inducing slowing of those flows – can serve as subject matter for artwork. On the other hand, the proposition implies the deeper possibility of asking after what relationship the physical matter out of which the artwork is constructed has to the dislocation of capital from production, as realized by contemporary finance. 
and Materials and Money and Crisis looks toward the work of artists who conceptualize unexpected ways in which this constellation of terms hang together. The exhibition includes the work of Terry Atkinson, Maria Eichhorn, Melanie Gilligan, Gareth James, Pratchaya Phinthong, Sam Lewitt, Henrik Olesen, R. H. Quaytman, Lucy Raven, Cheyney Thompson, and Emily Wardill.

12:30 Kunsthalle Wien (hned pod schody MUMOKu)

Salon der angst

Fear and anxiety are familiar to all. Salon der Angst at the Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier will not only focus on generalised feelings of insecurity and threat, but also on how culture shapes both individual and collective experiences of fear and fearful events. Depictions of fear, terror, and the distraught are well-tread in art history, but also characterize a younger generation’s artistic practice that responds to a contemporary society rife with new and specific fears and insecurities.

The exhibition Salon der Angst explores the artistic confrontation with the fears of our time across a broad affective and socio-political spectrum. Fear is here understood as a response to those aspects of the present that we do not know how to deal with it. The artists in this exhibition address these fears in terms of a history of ideas, but also their specific psychological manifestations. The preoccupation with fear and anxiety in art therefore turns out to be an exacting look at the treatment (and production) through the media of a human emotion at once both familiar and elusive.

Participating artists: Nel Aerts, Özlem Altin, Kader Attia, Gerard Byrne, Los Carpinteros, James Ensor, Ieva Epnere, Harun Farocki, Marina Faust, Didier Faustino, Peter Fischli / David Weiss, Rainer Ganahl, Agnès Geoffray, Thomas Hirschhorn, Iraqi Children’s Art Exchange, Cameron Jamie, Jesse Jones, Dorota Jurczak, Ferdinand van Kessel, Bouchra Khalili, Eva Kotátková, Nicolas Kozakis / Raoul Vaneigem, Alfred Kubin, Erik van Lieshout, Jen Liu, Marko Lulić, Fabian Marti, Florin Mitroi, Marcel Odenbach, Jane Ostermann-Petersen, Francis Picabia, Willem de Rooij, Allan Sekula, Zin Taylor, Noam Toran, Kerry Tribe, Peter Wächtler, Jeff Wall, Mark Wallinger, Gillian Wearing, Tobias Zielony

13:30-14:30 obed nashmarkt

14:30 SECESSION (na zacatku nashmarktu)

mj. vystava SARAH LUCAS

Sarah Lucas is one of the most outstanding British artists of her generation, which gained an international reputation under the heading Young British Artists in the 1990s. With the sculptures and objects she makes from readily available materials such as household objects or foodstuffs, as well as her photographic self-portraits, Sarah Lucas has developed an unmistakable visual and material language rich in art-historical references and associations. The artist reveals and simultaneously undermines sexual stereotypes with the outspoken directness of the sexual innuendo characteristic of her works. In this way Lucas always expresses deep scepticism towards social norms and the gender-specific attribution of roles, albeit with an enigmatic sense of humour.


15:15 galerie na Eschenbachgasse (mayer kainer, krobath, martin janda, mezzanin)


15:45 galerie na Schleifmühlgasse (mj. ch. konig a kargl..)


16:15 generalli foundation


Against Method

The title of the show refers to Paul Feyerabend’s widely read book Against MethodOutline of an Anarchist Theory of Knowledge (1975), in which the author casts doubt on the scientific ambition to attain knowledge through the application of exact and systematic methods and instead proposes “irrational means” as the basis for experimental research. Scientists, he argues, should follow the principle of “anything goes” and adapt approaches from the arts to facilitate the spontaneous discovery of theories.
Feyerabend’s critique came during the heyday of Conceptual art, when artists, for their part, sought to integrate structuralism and scientific methodology into their work. Although the Generali Foundation focuses on Conceptual art and institutional critique, the works in its collection also manifest all those aspects that the idea of “Conceptualism” would seem to exclude—aesthetics, expression, gesture, physicality, process, or sensations—anything that cannot be completely translated into signs or systems. On the basis of this dynamic interplay between an approach guided by the idea and one that is attentive to the senses, the curator Gertrud Sandqvist presents a selection of works predicated on the notion of “elective affinities.”


17:00 Galerie Schwarzwaelder


michal budny


18:30 Belvedere


mj. christian meyer




21er Haus (Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1)


mj. Andreas Urteil (1933-1963)




CTVRTEK 12.12. (NEPOVINNE ale vrele doporucujeme tem, kteri jeste nebyli)


1. Albertina (za operou)




2. kunsthistorische museum (namesti marie terezie)


mj. L. FREUD


3. Prirodovedecke muzeum (Burgring 7)

4. MAK (Stubenring_parkring)



tesime se na vas dominik_edith