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 […]
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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 […]
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.
Dora García The Sinthome Score
The Spanish artist Dora García’s conceptual works comprise texts, photographs, films, performances, and installations, frequently involving actors from the fields of performance or theater as well as members of the audience.
Barbara Kruger Believe + Doubt
Few artists have succeeded in treating the ambivalent effects of the mass media and their powers of persuasion in impressive works of art so cogently and variously as Barbara Kruger has done for more than four decades now. So it is no surprise that she is represented in major museum collections worldwide and enjoys broad public attention through exhibitions at renowned institutions.
Born in 1962 in Xalapa in the Mexican state of Veracruz, and living today in New York, Paris, and Mexico City, Gabriel Orozco is one of the best-known international artists of his generation. Following a major retrospective from 2009 to 2011, which was on view at the New York Museum of Modern Art, the Kunstmuseum Basel, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and the Tate Modern in London, in Bregenz Orozco will be showing for the most part new works that have been conceived specially for the exhibition.
On the Move. European Kunsthalle at the KUB Arena Kunsthaus Bregenz 27|04—30|06|2013 Project-based, performative, on the move—is a possible description of the European Kunsthalle’s program. Founded in Cologne in 2005 as a discursive platform without fixed premises, it has developed its own forms of institutional action. As a contemporary art institution that combines a wide […]
Wade Guyton, Guyton\Walker, Kelley Walker
The timing of the simultaneous Wade Guyton, Guyton\Walker, Kelley Walker presentation could not be better. All three have been acclaimed in major solo exhibitions at eminent institutions in recent years and the intellectual and critical reception of their works is unanimous in its praise of the three distinct positions.
Theatrum Mundi | Think Tanks
KUB Billboards, Bregenz
21 | 01 – 14 | 04 | 2013
Up to the end of the 19th century in Saxony and Thuringia and other places a tradition of folk art practiced by disabled or discharged miners existed. These people constructed mechanical figures—referred to as »theatrum mundi«—that were exhibited at annual fairs. They became the stage for plays depicting natural catastrophes, battles, major world events, and for making up for lost jobs.
Two Kunsthaus Bregenz exhibitions have been listed under “Best of 2012” in the current number of America’s most important art journal Artforum: For Lynne Cooke the Yvonne Rainer show was one of the year’s major exhibitions worldwide, and Eungie Joo judged Danh Vo at the Kunsthaus Bregenz as one of the Top 10 exhibitions internationally.
Florian Pumhösl – Spatial Sequence
Florian Pumhösl will be presenting a new series at the Kunsthaus Bregenz titled Räumliche Sequenz [Spatial Sequence] specially produced for the occasion. The work consists of plaster panels in three different sizes grouped in threes, the order of each trio beginning with the smallest and ending with the largest format. The progression of the 45-piece series of 15 subjects, subtitled Cliché, takes its lead from the Bauhaus artist László Moholy-Nagy’s enamel pictures.
In contrast to Moholy-Nagy, who delegated the task in the case of his telephone pictures to a specialist firm, Pumhösl himself applies the formal effects to his panels using what he refers to as a cliché stamp.