Performance event: Eulàlia Rovira & Adrian Schindler; Sean Lynch

Galerie Martin Janda, 14.09.2018, 6 pm

Performance event: Eulàlia Rovira & Adrian Schindler; Sean Lynch

Eulàlia Rovira & Adrian Schindler, Maximilien and Artefacts, 2018

As part of curated by_Latitudes: Cream Cheese and Pretty Ribbons! Galerie Martin Janda is hosting a performance event on Friday 14th September 2018, 6 pm.

Performance

Eulàlia Rovira & Adrian Schindler: „One motif says to the other: I can’t take my eyes off you“

Artist Lecture

Sean Lynch: „A Blow by Blow Account of Stonecarving in Oxford“ (in English)

The event is part of the gallery festival curated by_viennaline.

11.09.2018

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Adriana Czernin: Ornament, Math, and Art – Expert lecture with Adriana Czernin, Esther Ramharter and Johannes Wieninger

MAK Säulenhalle, 13.04.2018, 7 pm

Adriana Czernin: Ornament, Math, and Art – Expert lecture with Adriana Czernin, Esther Ramharter and Johannes Wieninger

Adriana Czernin, Untitled, 2018
Photo: © MAK/Georg Mayer

As part of the Long Night of Research in Vienna, the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK) will host an expert lecture on the Reconstruction of the Rosette from the Minbar in the Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo.

The minbar (the pulpit) in the Mosque of Ibn Tulun is among the most exquisite of its kind. Parts of it were exhibited at the Paris World Fair in 1867, a rosette can be found in the MAK. In 2014, Adriana Czernin (* 1969) begun to work artistically with these fragments in the MAK and, with the aid of math and geometry, reconstructed the correct arrangement of the pieces.

Expert lecture:
Adriana Czernin, Artist
Esther Ramharter, Philosopher and Mathematician
Venue: MAK Columned Main Hall

The talk will be held in German.

MAK

11.04.2018

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Allen Ruppersberg: Who’s Afraid of the New Now?

New Museum, 03.12.2017

Allen Ruppersberg: Who’s Afraid of the New Now?

Allen Ruppersberg, Who’s Afraid of the New Now?, from the series Preview Suite, 1988

40 Artists in Dialogue

Borrowing its title from a work of the same name by Allen Ruppersberg—who had his first New York survey at the New Museum in 1985—the event features a selection of public conversations with artists whose exhibitions, works, and interventions have shaped and transformed the identity and history of the New Museum. Engaging in dialogue with each other, the forty artists will discuss an array of topics related to their practice, their history with the Museum, and beyond.
The Museum is offering free admission for all visitors and extended museum hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on December 2 and 3. The Museum will also reinstall Bruce Nauman’s iconic video No, No New Museum (Clown Torture Series) (1987) in the Museum’s window, just as the work was originally presented during Nauman’s solo exhibition at the Museum in 1987.

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02.12.2017

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Nilbar Güres: Atlantic Dialogues 03 Trans-Atlantic

The Atlantic Project, Plymouth University, 14.11.2017, 4 pm

Nilbar Güres: Atlantic Dialogues 03 Trans-Atlantic

Nilbar Güreş, Kurt ve Kuzu / Wolf and Lamb, 2011 (Video still)

Nilbar Güreş, in conversation with Adnan Yildiz, followed by further discussion with Cüneyt Çakirlar and Roberto Kulpa

Cüneyt Çakirlar is Lecturer in Communication, Culture and Media at Nottingham Trent University.

Nilbar Güreş
(b. 1977, Istanbul) is a Turkish/Kurdish artist who lives and works between Vienna and Istanbul. In her practice, Güreş explores female identity, the role of women, the relations between women and their homes, and public spaces, as well as relationships between women. She also focuses on the image of Muslim women in Europe, racism and what it means to be a migrant. Her works include collages, videos, performances, photographs and objects.

Roberto Kulpa is an independent researcher, currently teaching at the Plymouth University. Recently he has worked on the critical epistemological investigation of the hegemonic geo-temporal knowledge situations in [...]

03.11.2017

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fifteenminutes – Thomas Trummer on Jakob Kolding

Galerie Martin Janda, 14.10.2017, 2 pm

fifteenminutes – Thomas Trummer on Jakob Kolding

Jakob Kolding, From the Earth to the Moon, 2017

In a 15 minute lecture on the occasion of the exhibition Mistaking the Moon for a Ball, director of the Kunsthaus Bregenz Thomas Trummer will speak about the works of Danish artist Jakob Kolding.

The talk will be held in German.

09.10.2017

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fifteenminutes – Andreas Reiter Raabe on Matthew Brannon

Galerie Martin Janda, 13.10.2017, 6 pm

fifteenminutes – Andreas Reiter Raabe on Matthew Brannon

Matthew Brannon, Frame of Reference, 2013
Courtesy: David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles

In a 15 minute lecture, Viennese artist Andreas Reiter Raabe will speak about the works of American artist Matthew Brannon on the occasion of the exhibition Mistaking the Moon for a Ball.

The talk will be held in German.

09.10.2017

Kategorie: Events