Here comes Styria
The pavilion for the STEIERMARK SCHAU is taking shape. From April 8, 2021, 24 artistic contributions by 78 artists will be presented on 800 square meters.
For the first time we are presenting the cultural region of Styria in this intensity, size and diversity with its artists, its multifaceted diversity and innovative spirit in the federal capital. The exhibition is an invitation to an inspiring examination of the Styrian
Cultural Councilor Christopher Drexler
Vienna (OTS / LCG) – The pandemic is throwing a spanner in the works of “Styria Spring”. She is helping to create an innovative concept for the country’s new exhibition. In addition to the exhibitions of the Universalmuseum Joanneum in the Museum of History, Folklore Museum and Kunsthaus Graz, the STEIERMARK SCHAU will also be visiting Vienna for the first time from April 8, 2021. At the initiative of the Cultural Council Christopher Drexler the innovative exhibition concept is dedicated to social questions about history, present and future from the perspective of art and culture. A total of nine million euros were invested in the exhibition concept, which is one of the largest cultural initiatives of the year in Austria.
The 800 square meter pavilion is currently being built on Heldenplatz in Vienna. From April 8 to 18, 2021, multimedia works by 78 artists can be viewed there with free admission. The show then moves on to Styria and can then be seen in Hartberg, Spielberg, Schladming and Bad Radkersburg.
“For the first time we are presenting the cultural region of Styria in this intensity, size and diversity with its artists, its multifaceted diversity and innovative spirit in the federal capital. The exhibition is an invitation to an inspiring examination of the Styrian “, Drexler announces.
Oversized video wall opens up a new view of Styria
The heart of the STEIERMARK SCHAU is the 200 square meter panorama screen. Aspects of the Styrian landscapes are explored in 24 art contributions. The result are extraordinary panoramic images in an iconic all-round view, which open up an unusual view of the familiar.
The following artists and collectives are represented in the exhibition: Catrin Bolt, Helwig Brunner, Chien-Chi Chang, Christian Eisenberger, Manfred Erjautz, Matthias Forenbacher, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Anita Fuchs, Julia Gaisbacher, Michael Goldgruber, Fatema Hamidi, Andreas Heller, Ulrike Königshofer, Anna K. Laggner, Claudia Larcher, Lukas Marxt, Christoper Mavrič, Susanne Miggitsch, Olga Neuwirth, Georg Oberhumer, Erwin Polanc, Werner Reiterer, Katharina Swoboda, Lea Titz, Total Refusal (Susanna Flock, Adrian Jonas Haim, Robin Klengel, Jonah Kleinklein, Leonhard Muellner and Michael Stump), Jakub Vrba, Stefanie Weberhofer, Anita Witek, Karl Wratschko, double pot (Eva and Gerhard Pichler).
More information about the STEIERMARK SCHAU at steiermarkschau.at
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