With its inauguration on May 14, 2022, the ÖMSUBM is set to become the foremost museum for Black culture and popular music in the German-speaking world
20/10/2018 — 06/01/2019 Kunsthaus Bregenz The work of the renowned British European artist Tacita Dean has already been seen at Kunsthaus Bregenz in 2003/2004 as part of the group exhibition Remind… with Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Anri Sala, and Jane and Louise Wilson. She is regarded as one of today’s most outstanding artists. Her subject matter is […]
The Canaletto View, Upper Belvedere, 29 June to 14 October 2018 The Canaletto View is probably the most famous vista of the city and has fascinated people and inspired artists for centuries. Vienna Seen from the Belvedere is the original name of the painting by Bernardo Bellotto, called Canaletto. Here, at the very place where […]
For Eva Koťátková (born in Prague in 1982), the evolution of the self is a tightrope walk between internal and external pressures. Featuring a multitude of objects generating an expansive installation, her exhibition on the lower level of the 21er Haus revolves around the film Stomach of the World (2017), which forms the fulcrum of […]
From 04/02/2017 to 17/04/2017 Rachel Rose at Kunsthaus Bregenz. “A work starts from very everyday, often subtle feeling. The work becomes an opportunity to learn about another place and time and consider how it might be connected to this present state.” Rachel Rose, New York, May 2015 Rachel Rose (*1986, New York) is a shooting […]
The Carinthian painter Hans Bischoffshausen, born in Feld am See in 1927, was one of the leading representatives of the Austrian post-war avant-garde of the 1950s and 1960s. His exhibitions in Venice, Milan, and Paris permitted Bischoffshausen to gain first experiences with the ZERO movement and monochrome painting. Along the lines of ZERO art’s purism, his initially gloomy, material-based […]
With Jasper Johns: Regrets, the Upper Belvedere is presenting not only one of the most important and multifaceted American artists, but also premieres the artist’s most recent body of work, developed over the last year and a half, and gives visitors the chance to see one of the most important series in Jasper Johns’s contemporary […]
Existential questions about life and death permeate the entire work of painter Albin Egger-Lienz (1868–1926). Today his war images are regarded as poignant memorials, as warnings against the horrors of battle and violence. He was also deeply influenced by his experiences on the front as a war painter. From 7 March to 9 June 2014 […]
Peter Weibel – A Retrospective 1964–2014
17 October 2014 to 11 January 2015
In the late 1960s, the rejection of sociopolitical conservatism with its traditional genderand class-specific role models manifested itself in radical upheavals in the arts: unconventional thinkers began to break up and merge the hitherto strictly separated genres of art and architecture.
As early as the late nineteenth century, both Berlin and Vienna were considered as rising metropolises. Nevertheless they have always, to the very present, represented divergent models of identification and different cultural self-concepts. Whereas the mutual exchange between the two cosmopolitan cities has already been intensively explored in terms of literature, theatre, and music, the juxtaposition of developments in the visual art and an analysis of their correlations constitute a blind spot. From an art historical perspective, they have merely been recognised in the form of individual biographic studies.
Barbara Kruger has created a T-shirt especially for Kunsthaus Bregenz, bearing her poetic-philosophical statement »CAN MONEY BUY YOU LOVE?«. The T-shirt made from high-quality cotton (Fairtrade) and featuring red printing, will be available from our online shop, from the KUB reception counter, as well as from the Sagmeister clothing store.