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BA CONTEMPORARY 2016 Vienna
Gumpendorfer Strasse 23
26.9. – 9.10.2016
MO – SA 14 – 19, SON 11 – 14 Uhr
1.10.2016 (Lange Nacht der Museen) 16 – 23 Uhr
Muze’um L, Light and Landscape, Roeselare, Belgium
July 21 to October 21, 2016
October 21, 2016
The call is open for all artists and all disciplines. though landscaping architects, landscaping artists and land art artists are especially attracted, all visual and other arts welcome.
For more info please visit www.lightmeridian.org/2016-1st-international-contest
The project is an idea of co-operation of private associations,
landowners, galleries, foundations and public authorities with the aim
to visualize ‚a perpendicular line from pole to pole‘ by all
disciplines of in situ art / The 1st call for participation to
gather ideas was launched on july 21, 2016 by sven gatz, flemish
minister for culture and starts to grow in conjunction with the
west flanders government and the cities blankenberge#BE and
As the muze’um L is the central information point of the light meridian line
A PERPENDICULAR LINE FROM POLE TO POLE
YOU HAVE TO PROPOSE IDEAS FOR ‚IN SITU ART‘ OR ‚SITE SPECIFIC ARTWORKS‘
contemporary in situ art refers to an artistic method that dedicates the work to its home site, or takes into account the environment in which it is exercised.
On October 1, 2016 we use the general enthusiasm for art in Vienna on occasion of the DER LANGEN NACHT DER MUSEEN and open our doors from 04.00 pm to 11.00 pm.
Located in the triangle of Museum Quarter, gallery scene of Freihausviertel and Kunsthalle Karlsplatz, we cordially invite you to visit us and to recover from the general „Museum Hopping“.
public: subway U1, U2, U3, U4, bus 57
Opening | September 29, 2016, 7:00 p.m.
Exhibition dates | September 30 – November 6, 2016
Thur, 29.09.2016, 7:00 p.m.
Welcome address: Eva Blimlinger, Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Introduction: Michael Strassnig, WWTF
Michael Hieslmair and Michael Zinganel, curators
Exhibition dates | 30.09.2016 – 06.11.2016
Venue | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Main Buliding, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Vienna, exhibit
An exhibition realized in the context of the WWTF (Vienna Science and Technology Fund) research project STOP AND GO. Nodes of Transformation and Transition.
Opening hours: Tue–Sun 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., free admission
Special opening hours: Long Night of Museums, 01.10.2016, 10:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.; 26.10.2016 and 01.11.2016 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Gerd Arntz, Boris Despodov, Thomas Grabka, Martin Grabner, Michael Hieslmair, Kurt Hőrbst, Helmut Kandl, Johanna Kandl, Emiliya Karaboeva, Mindaugas Kavaliauskas, Matthias Klos, Las Vegas Studio, Sonia Leimer, Vesselina Nikolaeva, Katarzyna Osiecka, Zara Pfeifer, Tarmo Pikner, Lisl Ponger and Tim Sharp, Maximilian Pramatarov, Ed Ruscha, SOMAT-Archiv, Allan Sekula and Noël Burch, Gabriele Sturm, Tanja Vukosavljevic, Ina Weber, Želimir Žilnik, Michael Zinganel
Curators: Michael Hieslmair and Michael Zinganel
Pan-European transport corridors is the name for the routes between former Eastern and Western Europe whose extension has been made a core project of the European Union’s infrastructure planning. These corridors are monuments to the modernization of states and federations of states, extraordinary technological achievements, and financial investments that have been planned, built, and extended under political and economic pressure (and sometimes against ecological arguments and accompanied by conflicts). Correspondingly, they are subject to strict control (or will for control). Yet, they have always also been arsenals of imagination with a large number of dreams (and nightmares) of both individuals and institutions attached: from economic growth and understanding among nations to the deployment of troops by governmental institutions, from the motorized flight from the petty-bourgeois parental household or one’s seemingly alienated everyday life into holidays to work-related migration and the escape from war zones.
These corridors work like magnets (Steward 2014, 552) ‚attracting‘ both things and individuals that move or camp along them and whose experiences manifest themselves in the statistics of controlling bodies, mass media news clips, the everyday stories of the people using these routes and their neighbors, in research reports, and artworks.
Of special interest are those places where the flow of traffic comes or is brought to a halt for a variety of reasons: bus terminals, parking lots for international truck traffic, logistics centers, highway rest stops, formal and informal markets, and frontier stations along the routes. These thresholds in the landscape of mobility offer an opportunity to identify the strategies of national and supranational institutions and big companies regarding the control of migration flows as well as the passing subjects‘ different routes, motives and mobility biographies. Anthropological non-places (where only objects communicate with each other at best) sometimes turn into intimate anchors in the highly mobile subjects‘ multilocal existence. These subjects develop rituals and routines to recover, to initiate contacts at their destinations and in their regions of provenance, and to cultivate fragmented communities in the places they find themselves in at the moment.
This makes for a more dynamic model of multilocal urbanity comprised of archipelagos connected with each other, which are nothing but stops during a tour of both individuals and objects in their vehicles. These archipelagos are not permanent, though, and can be replaced by new nodes, become obsolete, and go to rack and ruin. Informal nodes may be formalized and controlled, new informal nodes may emerge in other places. These nodes are ‚polyrhythmic‘ ensembles comprised of static architectures, mobile objects, and crowds of individuals that, depending on the daily, weekly, or seasonally changing rhythms of traffic flows, increase or dwindle to different densities of use. Obviously, human and non-human forms of mobility are inextricably linked here, their dynamic networks and hierarchies suggesting techniques of a manifold cartography.
Sat, 01.10.2016, starting at 7:00 p.m., Tracing Spaces: Research Vehicle on Schillerplatz
Long Night of Museums 2016
Mobile Museum of Rock
Fri, 07.10.2016, 5:00 p.m., Stop and Go Project Space, Nordwestbahnhof
Road*Registers on site. Test field: the everyday mobility routine
Exhibition opening, film and barbecue evening, live music: Matthäus Bär
Sat, 08.10.2016, 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Bus excursion to Nickelsdorf focusing on the subjects mobility and migration
Fri, 14.10.2016, 4:00 p.m., Stop and Go Project Space, Nordwestbahnhof
Curator-guided tour of the premises
7:00 p.m., film presentation: Corridor #8
Fri, 21.10.2016, 4:00 p.m., xhibit
Fri, 28.10.2016, 4:00 h, Stop and Go Project Space, Nordwestbahnhof
Curator-guided tour of the premises
7:00 p.m., film presentation: Logbook Serbistan
Fri, 04.11.2016, 4:00 p.m., xhibit
Fri, 11.11.2016, 4:00 h, Stop and Go Projext Space, Nordwestbahnhof
Curator-guided tour of the premises
7:00 p.m., film presentation: The Forgotten Space
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, xhibit
Der Verein Biennale Austria lädt zur Eröffnung der
Ein Wechselspiel aus Fotografie, figurativer und abstrakter Malerei sowie Installation.
AGNIESZKA CECCARELLI / Italien, GLEN FARLEY / Norwegen, KELLY FISCHER / USA, DARIUS FOROUTAN / Österreich, GUSTAVO FUENTES / Puerto Rico, JOHANNES PETRUS LEHNER / Österreich, INNA MOSHKOVICH / Australien, ANCUTA MIHAELA MURESAN / Rumänien, SIMON ODISCHO / Deutschland, KOEN SOBERON / Belgien, HERWIG MARIA STARK / Österreich, ROSARIA VIGORITO /USA.
Kuratorin: Barbara Vincenzi / Italien
Ausstellungsdauer: 26. September – 9. Oktober 2016
Öffnungszeiten: MO – SA 14:00 – 19:00, SON 11:00 – 14:00 Uhr
Öffnungszeit 1. Oktober 2016 (Lange Nacht der Museen) 16:00 – 23:00 Uhr
The Biennale Austria association invites you to the opening of
An alternation of photography, figurative and abstract painting and installation
AGNIESZKA CECCARELLI / Italy, GLEN FARLEY / Norway, KELLY FISCHER / USA, DARIUS FOROUTAN / Austria, GUSTAVO FUENTES / Puerto Rico, JOHANNES PETRUS LEHNER / Austria, INNA MOSHKOVICH / Australia, ANCUTA MIHAELA MURESAN / Romania, SIMON ODISCHO / Germany, KOEN SOBERON / Belgium, HERWIG MARIA STARK / Austria, ROSARIA VIGORITO /USA.
Curated by Barbara Vincenzi / Italy
Duration: September 26 – October 9, 2016
Opening hours: MON – SAT 2pm–7pm, SON 11am–2pm
Opening hours on October 1, 2016 (Lange Nacht der Museen): 4pm–11pm
Two Photographs of the series „OTHER REALITIES” were selected by art director and curator Antonio Manfredi for the exhibition „SURVIVAL” that takes place at CAM | Casoria Contemporary Art Museum.
23 – 30 September 2016
Series OTHER REALITIES
„The world appears in this way as a complicated texture of events, in which very different nexuses overlap, interact, alternate and finally determine in this manner the structure of the whole texture.“ (Werner Heisenberg, „Physics and Philosophy“, 1959)
Curator: Antonio Manfredi
Artists: Joyce Cutler-Shaw USA – Chris Herdel CZECH REPUBLIC – Associazione Kairos ITALY – Maria Buchner AUSTRALIA – Gabriel Brojboiu ROMANIA – Raffaele Boemio ITALY – Elisabeth Rass AUSTRIA – Dell‘ Aversano & Varavallo ITALY – Ruth Bianco MALTA – Marion Albrecht GERMANY – Jean-Francois Jeans BELGIUM – Wanda Zenga ITALY – Herwig Maria Stark AUSTRIA – Raffaella Nocera ITALY – Emel Altug TURKEY – Helga Gasser AUSTRIA – Azzeddine Ketta MOROCCO – Giuseppe Gargiulo ITALY – Lino Vairetti ITALY – Nagi Alahi KUWAIT – Muhip SUeltUrk TURKEY – Peppe Esposito ITALY – Ibrahim Khalfan QATAR – Esin KUgUktatil TURKEY – Derya Avci TURKEY – Loredana Raciti ITALY – Zakia Zada BAHRAIN – Giovanni Ruggiero ITALY – Mohamed Hemida EGYPT – Luigi Cola ITALY – Burhan Ahmeti MACEDONIA – Lello Bavenni ITALY – Muhamet Ahmeti Metis KOSOVO – Elzbieta Manzin/Elixbarton ITALY – Alma ldrizi MACEDONIA – John Brown WALES – Giovanni Mangarano ITALY – Refki Gollopeni KOSOVO – Sonia Riccio ITALY – Maha Alsweloum SAUDI ARABIA – Giuseppe Pennone ITALY – Vittorio Fava ITALY – Mazen Almaamari OMAN – Veronica Rastelli ITALY – Orhan Cebrailoglu TURKEY – Mario Santangelo/ Masan ITALY – Hend Abd Elrahman EGYPT – Paola Adamo ITALY – Laila Laalej MOROCCO – Luca Esposito ITALY – Giorgio Scotti ITALY – Norka Kunst BELGIUM – Pasquale Petrucci ITALY – Abdelilah Khamlichi MOROCCO – Pina Candileno ITALY – Marisa Traettino ITALY – Khadija El Farouki MOROCCO – Johnny Alexandre Abbate ITALY – Diego D. Testolin ITALY – Giulio Calandra ITALY – Delia Ferreri ITALY – Bashair Al Oqayli SAUDI ARABIA – Giuseppe D’Errico ITALY – Michele Caltagirone ITALY – Waleed Tamimi JORDAN – Angelo Gabriele Fierro ITALY – Mariapia Saccone ITALY – Zeina Rammal LEBANON – Maurizio Esposito ITALY – Laila Salmi MOROCCO – Patrizia Gargiulo/PattyG ITALY – Ermelinda Ponticiello ITALY – Agostino Saviano ITALY – Antonio Costanzo ITALY – Rosario Miranda ITALY – Ersilia Valentino ITALY – Fausto Rullo ITALY – Luciano Campitelli ITALY – Yousef Al Sada QATAR
BA CONTEMPORARY 2016 VIENNA
September 26 - October 9, 2016
Gumpendorfer Strasse 23,
1060 Vienna, Austria
Opening: September 26, 2016 - 6pm - 8pm
Johannes Petrus Lehner
Ancuta Mihaela Muresan
Herwig Maria Stark
BA PHOTOGRAPHY 2017 Vienna
May / June 2017
BA CONTEMPORARY 2017 Venezia
Der Verein BIENNALE AUSTRIA – Verein zur Förderung zeitgenössischer KünstlerInnen wurde 2005 in Wien gegründet und hat sich zur Aufgabe gesetzt, bildende KünstlerInnen in den Bereichen Kommunikation, Vermarktung, Netzwerk und Pressearbeit zu unterstützen. Er ist international tätig und Partner einiger internationaler Künstler-, Kunst und Kuratoren – Vereinigungen.
BIENNALE AUSTRIA association was founded in 2005 in Vienna with the focus on supporting visual artists on the fields of communication, marketing, networking and public relations. The association is funded by membership fees, organization fees for exhibitions and voluntary service.
BIENNALE AUSTRIA association is operating internationally and is partner of various artist-, art-, and curators associations.