When roaming the halls of Kursalon this year, visitors of viennacontemporary will discover a few new faces: 15 galleries from all over Europe, united by a shared commitment to nurturing emerging contemporary art, will participate at Austria’s leading art fair for the first time this September.
viennacontemporary Magazine reports on the activities of viennacontemporary and provides you with in-depth insights into what’s going on in the art world. We publish interviews with gallerists, collectors, artists, and art lovers. Our main focus is Austria, but we also explore the art scene in Southern and Eastern Europe and beyond. viennacontemporary is not only a reflection of the contemporary art landscape in the region. It’s about people, society, trends, and dialogue.
Summer break my a**: July is full of biennials and exciting exhibitions. From Spain to Italy and Poland: We share – no, not the best vacation destinations, but the most important art exhibitions focusing on the CEE regions of the month. This much we can already say: It’s going to be hot!
Francesca Gavin, curator of the ZONE1 shares her plans and thoughts on this year’s special exhibition with us. Gavin, who lives and works both in London and Vienna, is widely regarded as one of the most influential voices in the contemporary art world.
How to introduce a creative multi-talent in a single paragraph? Joseph Awuah-Darko, born in London, has lived in Ghana since the age of five. There, the artist, collector, and philanthropist has established a successful residency program and supports young African artists wherever he can. viennacontemporaryMag discussed the urgency to diversify the global art world and […]
queer in the city 22 June 2023, from 3:30 pm Das Vindobona Wallensteinplatz 6, 1020 Wien On June 22, viennacontemporary and Queer Art Spaces Vienna, the Vienna-based platform for the promotion of queer art and culture, invite all guests to a performance and panel discussion at the Vindobona as part of Pride Month 2023, followed […]
Insider tips from us to you: This month, while the art world is looking westwards, we take you east, from Romania to Poland, Lithuania and Croatia for the most relevant biennales and exhibitions with focus on Central and Eastern Europe – Discover here exciting highlights of the international art scene that might not have been […]
In May, numerous artists from Central and Eastern Europe and beyond will address highly relevant topics ranging from spirituality in dealing with ecological crises to the topics of resource extraction, energy distribution, and data collection.
viennacontemporary Artistic Director Boris Ondreička met gallerist Eva Presenhuber, who, after pioneering the art scene in Zürich and New York, has now returned to her homeland Austria and opened a gallery space in Vienna.
Radical, unsettling, important – discover this month’s highlights of the international art scene with a focus on artists and works from the up-and-coming CEE region, brought to you by the team of viennacontemporary.
Being the first collectors in Turkey to open a public space for contemporary art in Istanbul – the Elgiz Museum – Sevda and Can Elgiz present everchanging shows of their large collection and regularly initiate projects to support the young local art scene.