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The Fractured Art of William S. Burroughs

The Fractured Art of William S. Burroughs

Admired as a revolutionary thinker by generations from the ‘50s Beats to ‘60s Hippies, to ‘70s Punks to ‘80s No Wave hipsters, Burroughs is revered today as an underground icon, whose movements spanned five continents: He lounged around Singapore and Rangoon smoking opium in a canary yellow pongee silk suit; he ensconced himself at Café […]

Filmmaker Ottinger Discusses the Circus

Filmmaker Ottinger Discusses the Circus

On the occasion of their exhibition “Parallelwelt Zirkus” (Parallel World Circus), Kunsthalle Wien presents photography and films Prater and Superiba – Pride by German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger at Filmcasino. A panel discussion follows the screening: Ulrike Ottinger will talk with Verena Conrad (curator of Kunsthalle Wien), Matthias Christen (professor of media studies at the University of Bayreuth), and Kurt […]

Fashion Abducted!

With its latest exhibition, “No Fashion, Please! – Photography Between Gender and Lifestyle”, the Kunsthalle Wien boldly ventures where established fashion fears to tread. Tossing convention aside, artists explore brazen alternatives while questioning the relationship between body and clothing. Attire and accessories support more unsettling environment, portraying the body as a living canvas or sculpture […]

1989: Avant-Garde Memories

I was suprised at how suddenly the fog formed around MuseumsQuartier as I continued to Halle 1 of the Kunsthalle Wien. Even though it was a damp and chilly afternoon, my coat was far too warm for the weather. I walked more brisky, eager to take off my thick coat deep within Halle 1 in […]

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