Publications

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

Publication for Faking the Real


The publication is published on the occasion of the exhibition "Faking the Real" at Kunsthaus Graz from 22.09.2022 to 08.01.2023.  more...

Publication for Suahtsnuk


In 2021 Alfredo Barsuglia realized Suahtsnuk, an urban sculpture and an experimental art space at the same time, situated as 'The Other Alien' on the forecourt of Kunsthaus Graz, the so-called 'Friendly Alien'.  more...

Publication for Soft Interventions

Hannes Priesch & Herta Kramer-Priesch


The publication is published on the occasion of the art project "Soft Interventions.
Hannes Priesch & Herta Kramer-Priesch" at the Kunsthaus Graz from 2018 to 2022.  more...

Publication for Cat-Tree for the Arts


A Cat-Tree for the Arts is the name of the sculpture that provided low-threshold and free access to art in the foyer of the Kunsthaus Graz from 2019-2022.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Amazons of Pop!


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Amazons of Pop!' at the Kunsthaus Graz, 22.04. bis 28.08.2022.  more...

Publication for SUPERFLEX


This illustrated book is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Sometimes As A Fog, Sometimes As A Tsunami' by SUPERFLEX at Kunsthaus Graz, 26 November 2021 to 13 March 2022.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Helmut & Johanna Kandl


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Helmut & Johanna Kandl. Palette' at the Kunsthaus Graz, 26 November 2021 to 13 March 2022.  more...

Architecture book Kunsthaus Graz


The book looks back at almost twenty years since its creation, unfolding kaleidoscopically and focusing primarily on the uses and usages of the Kunsthaus.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Herbert Brandl. TOMORROW


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Herbert Brandl. TOMORROW' at the Kunsthaus Graz, 23 October 2020 to 7 March 2021.  more...

Publication for Aldo Giannotti


Aldo Giannotti’s Viral is a series of drawings reflecting the time of the lockdown introduced successively across Europe and the USA during the Corona pandemic in the spring of 2020.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Bill Fontana


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Bill Fontana' at the Kunsthaus Graz in 2020.  more...

Publication for CalArts


This guide is published to accompany the exhibition 'Where Art Might Happen. The Early Years of CalArts' at the Kunsthaus Graz, 13 March to 7 June 2020.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for ARTS ⇆ CRAFTS


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'ARTS ⇆ CRAFTS' at the Kunsthaus Graz in 2019.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Connected. Peter Kogler with ...


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Connected. Peter Kogler with … at the Kunsthaus Graz in 2019. The exhibition blends works from the early 20th century with contemporary pieces in a spatial installation by Peter Kogler.  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Jun Yang


This exhibition guide is published on the occasion of the exhibition Jun Yang. The Artist, the Work and the Exhibition at Kunsthaus Graz 14.02.-19.05.2019. Edited by Barbara  more...

Exhibition catalogue for Congo Stars


This exhibition catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition "Congo Stars" in the Kunsthaus Graz, 22.09.2018-27.01.2019. With contributions from Sammy Baloji, Bambi Ceuppens, Christian Hanussek, Gerda Heck, Günther Holler-Schuster, Fiston Mwanza Mujila & Barbara Steiner.  more...

Congo Stars (Supplement)


This exhibition guide is published on the occasion of the exhibition "Congo Stars" in the Kunsthaus Graz, 22.09.2018-27.01.2019.  more...

Faith Love Hope – Christianity Reflected in Contemporary Art


The “three divine virtues”, Faith Love Hope—cornerstones of Christian piety—are also part of cultural memory as artistically rendered allegories and symbols. Today, depicted as cross, heart  more...

Publication for Haegue Yang: VIP’s Union 2001 – 2018


This book is printed on the occasion of Haegue Yang´s nine-month presentation of VIP´s Union at Kunsthaus Graz. The exhibition unfolded in two phases: Haegue Yang VIP’s Union - Phase I, 23.06.2017-28.01.2018 and Haegue Yang: VIP’s Union – Phase II, Surrender, 15.02.-02.04.2018  more...

Publication for Faith Love Hope


This exhibition guide is published on the occasion of the exhibition "Faith Love Hope" 800 Years of the Graz-Seckau Diocese from 13.04.-26.08.2018 at the Kunsthaus Graz.  more...

Publication for Graz Architecture. Rationalists, Aesthetes, Gut Instinct Architects, Democrats, Mediacrats


This exhibition guide is published on occasion of the exhibition "Graz Architecture. Rationalists, Aesthetes, Gut Instinct Architects, Democrats, Mediacrats" from 23.09.2017-28.01.2018 at the Kunsthaus Graz.  more...

Publication for Up into the Unknown. Peter Cook, Colin Fournier and the Kunsthaus


At the heart of the publication stands the development process of this building, together with the collaboration between planning and implementing architects, museologists, companies and its subsequent use by artists. "Up into the Unknown. Peter Cook, Colin Fournier and the Kunsthaus". Duration: 23.09.2017-25.03.2018  more...

Publication for Koki Tanaka. Provisional Studies (Working Title)


The publication is published on the occation of Koki Tanaka’s first solo exhibition in Austria. It contains four artist’s notes about the exhibited works, a protocol and a postscript about Tanaka’s new project on the nuclear movement in Austria and the protest against the operation of the Zwentendorf nuclear power plant, as well as an interview with Koki Tanaka.  more...

Publication for Haegue Yang. VIP’s Union - Phase I & II


The exhibition guide includes a complete list of lenders. Along with documents and a genealogy of the work series, texts by Barbara Steiner and Katrin Bucher Trantow examine themes such as prestige, taste, generosity, responsibility, and approaches to shaping communities.  more...

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.
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