viennacontemporary 2016

My top 10 at viennacontemporary 2016

September 22nd, 2016 / by / in: Exquisite experiences / No responses

It’s official: the art festival at Vienna is open. From 22 to 25 September 2016, all eyes will be on viennacontemporary 2016, at  Austria’s largest international art fair.

What we are going to have this year? 112 galleries from 28 countries. A special presentation Solo Expanded, ZONE1, Nordic Highlights, and Focus: Ex-Yugoslavia and Albania. Art videos, panel discussuons and educational program.

Special Presentations 2016 will include: ZONE1 (Solo presentations of young Austrian artists with an element of surprise; Nordic Highlights (galleries from Finland, Denmark, and Sweden, illustrating the similarities and differences in the national art scenes against the backdrop of the entire northern region); Solo Expanded (Solo and cooperation projects by artists and galleries. The concept of Solo Expanded is inextricably connected with the history of contemporary art in Vienna); Focus: Ex-Yugoslavia and Albania.

For the 2015 edition, click HERE. 

What I liked the most? 

bechter kastowsky galerie © viennacontemporary : A. Murashkin (Photo up)

Marlena Kudlicka, Shape hypothesis test 1x, 2016 © Courtesy ZAK I BRANICKA. Berlin Germany

Marlena Kudlicka, Shape hypothesis test 1x, 2016 © Courtesy ZAK I BRANICKA. Berlin Germany

Markus Guschelbauer, Plastic Nature, 2011 © Courtesy of Photon Gallery. Ljubljana, Slovenia

Markus Guschelbauer, Plastic Nature, 2011 © Courtesy of Photon Gallery. Ljubljana, Slovenia

Kathi Hofer, Exhibition view Hofer Hawser, mumok, 2016 © Courtesy of Gabriele Senn Galerie, photo mumok Hannes Böckjpeg. Vienna, Austria

Kathi Hofer, Exhibition view Hofer Hawser, mumok, 2016 © Courtesy of Gabriele Senn Galerie, photo mumok Hannes Böckjpeg. Vienna, Austria

Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair, Enterieur with wooden bird, 2016, © Courtesy of the Ani Molnár Gallery. Budapest, Hungary

Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair, Enterieur with wooden bird, 2016, © Courtesy of the Ani Molnár Gallery. Budapest, Hungary

Tan Ping, Untitled, 2014 © Courtesy of PIFO Gallery, Beijng, China

Tan Ping, Untitled, 2014 © Courtesy of PIFO Gallery, Beijng, China

Mark Fridvalszki, Hagere Geometrie-05, 2016 © Chimera-Project Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Mark Fridvalszki, Hagere Geometrie-05, 2016 © Chimera-Project Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Helga Phliipp, Kinetsches Okjekt, 1971 © Courtesy of Estate Helga Philipp and Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna, Austria

Helga Phliipp, Kinetsches Okjekt, 1971 © Courtesy of Estate Helga Philipp and Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna, Austria

Anna Tuori Splendor in the Grass II, 2016 (c) Courtesy of Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland, photo Jussi Tiainen. Helsinki, Finland

Anna Tuori Splendor in the Grass II, 2016 (c) Courtesy of Galerie Anhava, Helsinki, Finland, photo Jussi Tiainen. Helsinki, Finland

Skulbtur Olaf Holzapfel © Courtesy of Daniel Marzona. Berlin, Germany

Skulbtur Olaf Holzapfel © Courtesy of Daniel Marzona. Berlin, Germany’

For the 2015 edition, click HERE. 

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