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Exhibitions, Archive

  • Exhibition
  • 26.01.-31.03.2002

Erwin Wurm

Fat Survival

In its first phase, the development of sculpture in the 20 century was characterised by detachment from the human body. In Brancusi's work, the human head becomes increasingly geometric and ultimately egg-shaped. This process was called abstraction, meaning abstraction from human dimensions.  frontend readmore

Erwin Wurm
  • Film
  • 16.11.-18.11.2001

Isaac Julien

Film Retrospective

Neue Galerie Graz in the Filmzentrum im Rechbauerkino



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Isaac Julien
  • Exhibition
  • 07.10.-25.11.2001

Im Buchstabenfeld

Up until now, our image of literature has been closely tied up with the book, the page, as the medium itself. In the electronic age literature gives us the option of presenting numeric-alphabetic character stings in other media, such as the computer screen, without paper or any link with the book.  frontend readmore

Im Buchstabenfeld
  • Exhibition
  • 23.09.-04.11.2001

The Magic Hour

The Convergence of Art and Las Vegas

Curator: Alex Farquharson, London Opening: Sat, September 22nd 2001, 7pm Opening Performance: Sermon of Rev. Ethan Acres, Las Vegas Is Las Vegas, capital of the western entertainment industry, also set to become the capital of art? At this historic moment, art is losing the visionary power to...  frontend readmore

The Magic Hour
  • Exhibition
  • 08.10.-26.11.2000

Rudi Gernreich

"Fashion will go out of fashion"

The exhibition, the first comprehensive retrospective of the life and work of Rudi Gernreich, portraying the fascinating career of this revolutionary designer, shows how fashion both reflects and anticipates social trends and developments.  frontend readmore

Rudi Gernreich
  • Exhibition
  • 09.06.-29.10.2000

IN THE OPEN AIR

The School of Barbizon and its effect on Austrian landscape painting

In this exhibition, complementary to the painters of Barbizon, we show a wide range of approximately 200 selected Austrian landscape pictures from the collection of the Neue Galerie, including Schindler, Jettel, Hörmann, Egner, Zoff and Damianos. The show also provides an opportunity to illustrate the effect of the French pleinairism on the domestic art scene of the 19th and 20th centuries with concrete examples.  frontend readmore

IN THE OPEN AIR
  • Exhibition
  • 01.04.-21.05.2000

Olafur Eliasson

"Surroundings Surrounded"

The Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, born in 1967, has dedicated his installations to human perception and physical laws and to the conditions of nature.  frontend readmore

Olafur Eliasson
  • Exhibition
  • 04.03.-28.03.2000

Max Peintner: Take off

Perception in the technological era

The Neue Galerie dedicates an exhibition in the Graz Künstlerhaus to an extensive retrospective of the work of this important Austrian artist.  frontend readmore

Max Peintner: Take off
  • Exhibition
  • 29.01.-12.03.2000

Jordan Crandall

"Drive"

Drive is a seven-part video installation that combines traditional cinema with military tracking, identifying and targeting technologies.  frontend readmore

Jordan Crandall
  • Exhibition
  • 10.10.1999-27.02.2000

THE ANAGRAMMATICAL BODY

The Body and Its Medial Construction

Photography made close-ups possible - parts of the body were isolated and made absolute. Painters responded to this and applied the technique, particularly in surrealism.  frontend readmore

THE ANAGRAMMATICAL BODY