Exhibition

May 29 – June 14, 2019

Location

Kunsthalle Exnergasse

Untitled, from the series Queer Revolutionaries...?,
© Florian Aschka & Larissa Kopp, 2017
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Kunsthalle Exnergasse

Queer Art Space Vienna

With works by Aschka & Kopp, Asgar/Gabriel, Assunta A.A.M., Julia Faber, Julia Fuchs, Robert Gabris, Matthias Herrmann, Mario Kiesenhofer, Jakob Lena Knebl, Andrew Mezvinsky, Martina Mina & Sabine Schwaighofer, Roland Reiter, Michal Rutz, Leila Samari & Maryam Sehhat, Toni Schmale, Walter Seidl/Stefan Geissler, Philip Timischl, VIOLET, Peter Wehinger

Organised by Gülsen Bal, Michael Kaufmann, Gerhard Pruegger, in collaboration with Kunsthalle Exnergasse 

Art serves as an important medium for creating a contextual ethical awareness, be it in social, economic, political, or cultural realms. The exhibition »Queer Art Space Vienna« attempts to provide insights into Vienna’s dynamic queer art scene. Here »queer« refers to artistic and cultural practices, which provoke interactions between artwork and spectator—by questioning heteronormative power relations—and therewith shifts in the sociopolitical context. The project creates a space beyond the heteronormative mainstream and the commercial pressure of the art world, in which queer art practices as well as critical discourses (lectures, talks) find their place.

 

Supported by
Barta&Partner – second to none insuring art

With the friendly assistance of
gayParship.at
House of Butter

Logistics by OTRANS

Bubbles by Felixx & WhyNot

Opening hours

Tuesday–Friday, 1.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Closed Sat–Mon and public holidays

Free admission!

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