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Vereignigung bildender KünstlerInnen Wiener Secession, Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Wien.

Ulla Von Bradenburg: Innen ist nicht Außen

Ulla von Brandenburg, Die Strasse, 2013, 11 min 20 sec, schwarz weiss

In her films, drawings, and installations, German artist Ulla von Brandenburg explores how things are staged and made theatrical, the relationship between audience and actors, the rules of performance, and the overlap between reality and illusion.

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Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists, Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Vienna

Robert Irwin: Double Blind

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Irwin's exploration of perception and experience dates back to the beginning of his career as an Abstract-Expressionist painter in Los Angeles in the 1950s. Soon plagued with doubts about the adequacy of the panel painting as a depiction of reality, in th

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Sucession, Association of Visual Artists, Friedrichstraße 12. A-1010 Vienna

Unrest of Form. Imaging the Political Subject

Banu Cennetoglu Shiri Zinn Pavilion II Within Limits 19921 1995 Unruhe der Form Unrest of Form Secession 2013 photo Oliver Ottenschlaeger

Sucession, Vienna presents the group show 'Unrest of Form. Imaging the Political Subject,' in which its participants ask: how can the art of today foster resistance against economic structures in which it participates itself'

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Alejandro Cesarco

04 Cesarco Methodology 2011

Alejandro Cesarco's work (b. 1975 in Montevideo, Uruguay) continues in the tradition of conceptual art. His works contain thematic references to popular culture, art history and literature.

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Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Wien

Anne Hardy

Anne Hardy Cipher, 2007 Secession2012 photo Angus Mill

'I want to make photographs that create something other than pure reality.' Anne Hardy interviewed by Elisabeth Krimbacher in Parnass, Issue 3, 2012. British artist Anne Hardy constructs life-size sets that are rich in detail using a variety of materials

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Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Vienna

Anja Kirschner & David Panos: Ultimate Substance

Kirschner Panos Filmstill from Ultimate Substance 01 2012

Anja Kirschner and David Panos filmed their new video installation for the Secession during a one-year stay in Greece. With associative references to archaeology, philosophy, mathematics, and ritual, Ultimate Substance departs from the hypothesis that the

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Bagwag Contemporary Foundation, Franz Josefs Kai 3, 1010 Wien

Katie Paterson: Inside This Desert

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Katie Paterson strives to communicate unimaginably large or distant occurrences in nature or the universe, transforming them through the medium of everyday objects or materials and reducing them to a human scale.

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Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Wien

Kerry James Marshall: Who’s Afraid of Red, Black and Green


In Who's Afraid of Red, Black and Green, his first exhibition in Austria, African American artist Kerry James Marshall shows a new 16-part series in which he once again examines the visual representation of black people in 'western' society and the pictor

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MUMOK, MuseumsQuartier Museumsplatz 1 A-1070 Wien

Judith Barry: Voice Off

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With Voice off (1999) the mumok is presenting the video installation by the American artist Judith Barry that the married couple and collectors Dieter and Gertraud Bogner gifted to the museum last year.

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Generali Foundation Wiedner Hauptstrasse 15 1040 Vienna, Austria



In the wake of technological and economic transformation during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, the image of artistic production has undergone major changes. In view of the inner constraints of a reality framed according to post-Fordism with its

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David Ter-Oganyan

02 Ter Oganyan reform my ass 2009

The winner of the Henkel Art.Award. 2011, David Ter-Oganyan (b. 1981 in Rostovon- Don, Russia) makes references to the tradition of modernism and its forms of abstraction in his paintings, objects, photographs and multimedia works. He at the same time com

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Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists Friedrichstraße 12, A-1010 Wien

David Claerbout: Diese Sonne strahlt immer

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As the motif for invitation cards to Diese Sonne strahlt immer at the Secession, Belgian artist David Claerbout selected a relatively unspectacular-looking snapshot: Rodin's Eve in the entrance hall of the Bauhaus University in Weimar, photographed agains

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