Posts Tagged ‘Heather Findling’

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AMIE SIEGEL // MUSEUM FÜR ANGEWANDTE KUNST

by Heather Findling download the printable PDF from Issue 01 There is a strong comparison to be made between the temporary exhibition, Provenance, by artist Amie Siegel, currently on view at the Museum für angewandte Kunst’s (MAK), and the location in which the films are set—inside the permanent exhibition of the museum’s Vienna 1900 collection.[…]

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Pier Review // Issue 04

  Download Issue 04: Objects of Desire Download Issue 01 : Endless Column Download Issue 02 : Great Divides Download Issue 03 : Century of Progress

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FLAKA HALITI // MUMOK

by Heather Findling Constructing an awareness of space in a give-and-take manner, Flaka Haliti allows for a multi-sensory experience that revolves around the themes of distance, communication, and subjective perception in her exhibition, I See a Face. Do You See a Face, at the museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien (mumok), in Vienna. Be it[…]

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PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // ALBERT MAYR

by Heather Findling VIENNA, AT. Through a re-contextualization of outdated technological media, Viennese artist Albert Mayr invites his viewers into an awareness of the future, albeit one that is at times unpromising. His work emits a kind of coldness that incorporates disheveled printer paper and computer monitors into his compositions. In a musing of both[…]

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MLADEN STILINOVIĆ // WHITE ABSENCE

by Heather Findling The aftermath of war lingers through a visual expression of pain and silence in the current exhibition at Galerie Martin Janda titled, Mladen Stilinović: White Absence. Each piece in the show is ethereal and fragile. Considering all of the pieces at one glance, a convergence occurs between artwork and wall, forming a[…]

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CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS // ESSL MUSEUM

by Heather Findling VIENNA, AU. Museum exhibitions that focus on cultural identity often represent a predefined paradigm, where in a created space, cultural characteristics are objectified through the artwork and artifacts displayed. In the Essl Museum’s most recent exhibition Made in Austria, these traits are communicated by a private collector’s taste of contemporary artwork, with[…]

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KUNSTHALLE WIEN // SILKE OTTO-KNAPP

by Heather Findling Questions of Travel: Silke Otto-Knapp and Carl Fredrik Hill There is an explicit correlation between gallery space and artwork presented in the exhibition Questions of Travel (Wien) at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz, which would be difficult for even the most casual visitor to ignore. Upon entering the museum, one must step onto an[…]