Publications

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

Michael Kienzer

Logic and Self-Will


Michael Kienzer marks a significant position in contemporary Austrian art. His work examines and at the same time looks to break away from accepted viewing habits using a minimalist-inspired  more...

Sofie Thorsen

Schnitt A-A


The Danish artist Sofie Thorsen lives in Vienna. In her works Thorsen is dedicated to the process of seeing, to light and its role in various media. In the three large work complexes which  more...

Antje Majewski

The World of Gimel. How to Make Objects Talk


A matrix of life, nature and the cosmos, Antje Majewski’s World of Gimel is the artist’s own private universal museum in a nutshell, featuring a septet of objects: a clay teapot in  more...

Measuring the World. Heterotopias and Knowledge Spaces in Art

Exhibition catalogue


Museums systematize, collect, group, ratiocinate and exclude. They draw up reference systems, build maps out of them and arrange themselves into miniature portrayals of the world. On the  more...

Hollerer/Marte

'Do we need to have an accident?'


The Hollerer/Marte. ‘Do we need to have an accident?’ exhibition brings together Austrian filmmaker and performance artist Sabine Marte (*1967) – winner of the 2010  more...

Franz West

Autotheater


Exhibition in Museum Ludwig Köln, 2009/2010, Madre - Museo d'arte contemporanea Donnaregina, Neapel, 2010 and Kunsthaus Graz, 2010  more...

Robot Dreams

Exhibition catalogue


Kunsthaus Graz09.10.2010 – 09.01.2011Museum Tinguely, Basel08.06. – 12.09.2010  With texts by Isaac Asimov, Wenzel Mracek, Jutta Weber, Lilian Pfaff, Joachim Schätz, Manuela  more...

Human Condition. Empathy and Emancipation in Precarious Times

Exhibition catalogue


The catalogue offers a journey into human ethics where the structures of address, responsibility and moral agency are at stake. “Who are we?” asks Hannah Arendt in her Human  more...

BLESS. Retroperspective Home N°30-N°41

Publication


Publication date: June 2010Sternberg PressGerman / EnglishPrice: € 39Order  more...

Catch Me! Grasping Speed

Exhibition catalogue


Thanks to the increasing demand for deceleration, the preoccupation with speed has resurfaced, and is critically scrutinised both as a metaphor for the development of life itself and for  more...

Tatiana Trouvé. Il Grande Ritratto

Exhibition catalogue


The catalogue accompanies Tatiana Trouvé’s (*1968 in Cosenza, Italy, lives in Paris) exhibition of her monumental installation Il Grande Ritratto conceived especially for the  more...

Warhol Wool Newman. Painting Real / Screening Real. Conner Lockhart Warhol


The present catalogue is a retrospective with a difference. Taking the work of two contemporary American artists, Christopher Wool and Sharon Lockhart, it looks back at the work of their  more...

Rock – Paper – Scissors. Pop Music as Subject of Visual Art

Exhibition catalogue


Pop music is a hybrid originally spawned by the parallelism of sound and image found in TV programmes, fanzines and record covers. At its heart is a feeling of direct involvement with people  more...

Diana Thater. gorillagorillagorilla

Exhibition catalogue


At the beginning of the bicentenary of Darwin's birth, the Kunsthaus Graz is exhibiting the large-format video installations of Californian artist Diana Thater, which analyse the complexity  more...

Richard Kriesche. Capital + Code

Exhibition Catalogue


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Richard Kriesche. Capital + Code, Nov 15, 2008 - Feb 22, 2009, Kunsthaus Graz at Landesmuseum Joanneum.  more...

Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture

Exhibition Catalogue


Along with numerous illustrations, the catalogue contains an introduction by Peter Pakesch, who places the subject in its historical context of art and science and addresses the relationship  more...

Pedro Cabrita Reis. True Gardens

Exhibition Catalouge


This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Pedro Cabrita Reis True Gardens #6 (Graz), Feb 2 - May 18, 2008, Kunsthaus Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum.  more...

Volksgarten. Politics of Belonging

Exhibition Catalogue


In this exhibition catalogue, artistic statements (Stephen Willats, Özlem Sulak, Thomas Hirschhorn, Bik Van der Pol) and theoretical texts (Nira Yuval-Davis, Helmut Konrad, Christian  more...

2003-2008 Kunsthaus Graz


The Kunsthaus Graz is celebrating a fifth birthday. For a young institution, that is not without importance. Five years is not long, of course, but it is enough for a place like this to make  more...

Model Martin Kippenberger. Utopia for Everyone

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue includes images of the art works shown in the exhibition and texts by Diedrich Diederichsen, Katerina Gregos, Kai Hammermeister, Elisabeth Hirschmann, Veit Loers und Peter  more...

Werner Reiterer. Eye Sucks World


Known for his ironic leaps of the imagination, Werner Reiterer is a professional questioner who investigates stereotypical ways of seeing and undermines expectations. Following this  more...

China Welcomes You ... Desires, Struggles, New Identities

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue of the exhibition examines, in short essays and conversations with the participating artists, current influences, themes and developments affecting contemporary art in  more...

Cerith Wyn Evans. Bubble Peddler

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue, published on the occasion of the exhibition, contains text contributions by Mark Cousins, Jonathan Crary, Martin Prinzhorn, Jan Verwoert, Adam Budak, a conversation between  more...

Narratives. -35/65+: Two Generations

Exhibition Catalogue


The exhibition Narratives. -35/65+: Two Generations brings together narrative works of art from Austria and its neighbouring countries, thereby creating a sense of virtual journey  more...

Protections. This is not an Exhibition

Reader


The present reader accompanies the processual exhibition, with mainly new productions specially conceived for the Gutshaus Kranz by Cezary Bodzianowski, Katrina Daschner, Elmgreen &  more...

Inventory. Works from the Herbert Collection

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue includes images of the art works shown in the exhibition, texts from Diedrich Diederichsen, Anne Rorimer and Hans-Joachim Müller as well as a discussion between Manuel J.  more...

Inventory. Works from the Herbert Collection

Exhibition Catalogue (2nd Publication)


The collection of Annick and Anton Herbert, domiciled in the Belgian city of Gent, focuses on Minimal and Concept Art as well as Arte Povera and, under the title Inventory, it shows works  more...

Two or Three or Something. Maria Lassnig, Liz Larner

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue includes images of all the art works shown in the exhibition and texts by Russell Ferguson, Penny Florence, Luce Irigaray, John Rajchman and Adam Budak as well as a foreword  more...

Gods in Exile. Salvador Dalí, Albert Oehlen et al.

Exhibition Catalogue


The catalogue includes images of the art works shown in the exhibition, a reprint of Heinrich Heine’s intriguing essay Gods in Exile as well as texts by the psychoanalyst August Ruhs, the  more...

M City - European Cityscapes


The publication includes contributions by Marco De Michelis, Bernardo Secchi, Ernst Hubeli, ReD (Marta Malé-Alemany/ José Pedro Sousa), Vicente Guallart, Richard Ingersoll, Katrin Bucher,  more...

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