The catalogues are published on the occasion of the exhibitions and projects at the Kunsthaus Graz

Artists‘ book for Erwin Wurm "take a deep breath and hold it"

An artists‘ book entitled "take a deep breath and hold it" records this project, including 40 imaginary sculptures, handwritten in German and English language by Erwin Wurm. 2 booklets, 22 pages each, in a slipcase.  more...

Publication for Erwin Wurm. Football-sized lump of clay on light blue car roof

The publication shows the complexity of the concept of sculpture in Erwin Wurm’s work and sees into the development of the exhibition. It comprises texts by Günther Holler-Schuster, Monika Holzer-Kernbichler and Katia Huemer, a conversation with Erwin Wurm as well as numerous images.  more...

Publication for Dizziness. Navigating the Unknown

The source and accompanying book to the exhibition "Dizziness. Navigating the Unknown" invites visitors to take part in different approaches and perspectives around the theme of dizziness.  more...

Kneaded Knowledge. The Language of Ceramics

Ai Weiwei and Edmund de Waal both work extensively with clay, but use a very different creative approach. This catalogue mirrors each artist’s very personal view on what clay can represent.  more...

Bittersweet Transformation. Alina Szapocznikow, Kateřina Vincourová und Camille Henrot

The texts and illustrations shed light on the body as the foundation and projection screen of all existence and the source of all that can be shaped and perceived. With texts from Katrin Bucher Trantow and Martina Pachmanová.  more...

Yaruya. The sculptor Samson Ogiamien between African tradition and European reality

In the field of tension between the two cultures the artist senses an emerging identity activated by the differences between African traditions and those of the western world. Texts by Barbara Plankensteiner and Günther Holler-Schuster.

The Painter’s Cabinet. Terry Winters’ Dialogue with Nature

American painter Terry Winters (b. 1949) has expanded the concerns of abstract art, beginning with botanically inspired images and going on to explore biological processes and mathematical systems.  more...

Constantin Luser

Constantin Luser (* 1976 in Graz) lends artistic structures to life using drawing and music: complex drawings thereby grow into the physically tangible world of the space, where they turn into interactive installations, sculptures, films and performances.  more...

Hartmut Skerbisch

Life and work

Parallel to the exhibition The Paradise the Downfall at the Kunsthaus Graz a publication about Hartmut Skerbisch’s oeuvre will appear in late autumn 2015, published by the Friends of Hartmut  more...


Xu Zhen (Produced by MadeIn Company)

Xu Zhen is one of the most virtuosic of the leading figuress of a more recent generation of Chinese artists. His artistic strategies veer between an ironic critique of the system and an ‘art  more...

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