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Exhibitions at Venice Biennale - AUSTRIA

Venice Biennale - ATIT

Venice Biennale - AUSTRIA
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39-41-2728397


www.biennalearte.at/en

Invitation of the Soft Machine and Her Angry Body Parts

Invitation of the Soft Machine and Her Angry Body Parts

– 27 Nov 2022
With their exhibition Invitation of the Soft Machine and Her Angry Body Parts Jakob Lena Knebl and Ashley Hans Scheirl playfully and humorously make various facets of contemporary body discourses resonate. Knebl and Scheirl transform the Austrian Pavilion in the Giardini into an open stage that invites the audience to explore the ‘spaces of desire’ staged by the Viennese artists. In this temporary staging, the two unfold their artistic universe with paintings, sculptures and photographs, thr… more

Venice Biennale - ATIT

Venice Biennale - AUSTRIA
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39-41-2728397


www.biennalearte.at/en

Renate Bertlmann

RENATE BERTLMANN

RENATE BERTLMANN

– 24 Nov 2019
"I am happy about my wonderful task to design the Austrian Pavilion in Venice. Radical contents and aesthetics and a willingness to take risks are the main pillars of my artistic work. My visions, which have carried me for fifty years, will therefore also find an authentic expression in this place."
Renate Bertlmann
www.bertlmann.com

Renate Bertlmann (*1943 in Vienna) studied at the Academy of Arts in Oxford in 1962/63 and subsequently at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna until 1970. Af… more

Venice Biennale - ATIT

Venice Biennale - AUSTRIA
Giardini
30124 Venezia

+39-41-2728397


www.biennalearte.at/en

Mathias Poledna

Solo Exhibition

– 24 Nov 2013
Mathias Poledna (born 1965 in Vienna) completed his studies at the University of Applied Arts and the University of Vienna. He has lived and worked in Los Angeles since 2000.

His work examines the interconnections between art and entertainment, modernity in architecture and design, the language of film, cinema and the process of image making in our culture. Often informed by extensive research, his projects of recent years have taken the form of minimal and highly evocative film installations t… more