5 shows on our radar

 David Wojnarowicz „Arthur Rimbaud in New York“, 1978–79  aus einer Serie von 24 Silbergelatin-Drucken 8 x 10 inch jeder Courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P.P.O.W Gallery, New York
 Courtesy: Bjarne Melgaard  
 Courtesy Leopold Museum, Wien / A. Ludwig, 2014  
 Josef Strau, Exercises, Greene Naftali, London 2012, Installationsansicht 
 Little Frank and His Carp, 2001 (Der kleine Frank und sein Karpfen) Video (Farbe, Ton), 6:08 Min.

David Wojnarowicz & Robert Blanchon
March 7 – May 23 
Grazer Kunstverein, Graz 

The works of David Wojnarowicz and Robert Blanchon reflect upon the United States in the 1980s and throughout the 90s, when gay and queer politics were severely suppressed and questioned during the rise of the HIV/AIDS virus. 



Bjarne Melgaard: Daddies Like You Don't Grow On Palm Trees
May 16 - November 30
Sammlung Friedrichshof, Zurndorf

After the opening of the spectacular show "Melgaard + Munch, The End Of It All Has Already Happened“, at the Munch museum in Oslo in January, the New York based Norwegian is again entering into dialog with one of his idols Otto Muehl, who's work he knows and admires since a long time. 



Tracey Emin - Egon Schiele: Where I want to go
April 24 to September 14
Leopold Museum, Wien 

The first comprehensive exhibition in Vienna featuring more than 80 works by the British artist Tracey Emin. The leading figure of the “Young British Artists” will not only present her own works but will also incorporate a personal selection of drawings by Egon Schiele into the exhibition. 



Josef Strau
April 24 – June 21
Secession, Wien 

The experimental artistic practice of Josef Strau is anchored in the written word. In his installations, he contrasts rather restrained architectural structures with often large quantities of text. The exhibition is his first institutional solo show in Austria.



Andrea Fraser 
March 21 - July 7 
Museum der Moderne, Salzburg

The first institution in Austria to present a comprehensive survey of the work of the American artist. On the basis of about fifty works representing a diverse range of media - graphic, reproductions, photographs, installations, performances, text works, and videos - the exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of Andrea Frasers work of the past three decades.