The headdress in Austria is the only one of its kind and it’s not only a work of art, but a representation of the identity and landscape of Mexico that was stripped from the nation by colonial forces.
A show at Vienna’s Albertina reverses the more commonly held belief in art history that drawings are merely preparatory to paintings.
The Vienna-based group Iraqi Autumn draws attention to the international community’s silence regarding the outbreak of violence in Iraq over the past two months.
We could call this exhibition a battle of the swaggerers.
The exhibition Ecocinema explores the relationship between humans and nature, and goes a step further: transforming the Kunsthalle into four movie theaters, using sustainable, natural materials.
Within the theme of the “Grand Hotel Abyss,” the Steirischer Herbst 2019 art festival dropped visitors into a continuous past, present, and future of decadence, theatrics, and deviance.
Curator Klaus Littmann’s grove of trees planted in the middle of an Austrian soccer stadium has become an unlikely flashpoint.
Surprises and puzzles in Venice and Vienna, from Sean Scully to Tintoretto.
The paintings Rothko made before 1948 are considered minor, but an exhibition in Vienna claims that they are essential to understanding the artist’s mature works.
The idea was inspired by a 1970 drawing depicting a forest entrapped in a big city soccer stadium.
In response to the cancellation, Ronnie Kasrils wrote: “It’s disappointing then to find those rights now curtailed in Austria for wanting to express solidarity with the Palestinian people and sharing the South African experience and lessons with the Austrian people.”
According to his psychiatrist, Philipp Schöpke possessed “the extreme opposite of what is called drawing talent.”