Festspielhaus Bregenz
 
Stage Bregenz
contemporary fair / art / design

Soli Kiani / Clemens Wolf
 
 
  
Preview 22.02. 2024, 14-17 Uhr
Vernissage 22.02. 2024, 17-20 Uhr
Public Days 23 - 25.02.2024
Freitag-Samstag 12-19 Uhr
Sonntag 12-18 Uhr
stage-bregenz.art ) Belvedere 21
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Renate Bertlmann ) Belvedere 21
 
Fragile Obsessions
29. September 2023 - 3. March 2024
 
 
 
 
Exhibition view,  Renate Bertlmann, Fragile Obsessions, Belvedere 21 © pocket exhibition
 
 
Renate Bertlmann is one of the main protagonists of the Austrian feminist avant-garde. In recent years she has gained international attention, especially through her solo presentation at the Austrian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale 2019. On the occasion of her 80th birthday, the Belvedere honors her oeuvre with a first comprehensive retrospective. 
 
Bertlmann's radical, ironically provocative works subvert social attributions and stereotypes of gender, femininity, and masculinity, thus addressing the female body as a battlefield as well as the ambivalences of pleasure and pain, desire and discipline, tenderness and vulnerability. The artist draws both from conceptual and pop-cultural aesthetics, appropriates pornography and kitsch from an altered perspective, and references literature, film, medicine, religion, and spirituality. Her work is characterized by her interest in experimenting with a wide range of media and materials, such as conceptual photographs, drawings, paintings, collages, sculptures made of latex and Plexiglas, performances, and large-scale installations.
 
The retrospective at Belvedere 21 includes some two hundred exhibits, ranging from the late 1960s to her recent artistic production, including iconic works from the 1970s, pivotal sculptures and installations, performative photographs, and drawings, as well as numerous works that will be on view for the first time. The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive publication.
 
Curated by Luisa Ziaja
 
 
 
 
 
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Renate Bertlmann ) Artissima 2023
 
Wir freuen uns, zur Einzelpräsentation von
Renate Bertlmann auf der Artissima einladen zu dürfen !
 
We are delighted to invite you to the solo presentation of
Renate Bertlmann on Artissima !
 
Wir sehen uns am Stand #4, Zone Light Blue
You will find us on booth  #4, Zone Light Blue
 
Preview 2. November 2023 (Invitation only)
Public days 3. – 5. November 2023
 
 
Renate Bertlmann, „Ausstülpung", 1982, Fotosequenz, Vintage s/w-Fotografie, 9,2 x 14 cm
 
Carol Tachdjian +43 (0) 699 11 69 49 34
Silvia Steinek +43 (0) 664 200 10 41
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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RENATE BERTLMANN
Fragile Obsessionen
29|9|2023 - 3|3|2024
 
Renate Bertlmann came into the spotlight during the 2019 Biennale di Venezia. But by then, the feminist artist had already created some 5,000 works throughout her lifetime. In the year of her eightieth birthday, the Belvedere Museum is presenting the most comprehensive retrospective to date.

Curated by Luisa Ziaja


 
Exhibition view, Renate Bertlmann, "Fragile Obsessions" @ Belvedere 21, Wien
Foto: Johannes Stoll / Belvedere, Wien © Bildrecht, Wien 2023
 
 
 
Exhibition view, Renate Bertlmann, "Fragile Obsessions" @ Belvedere 21, Wien
Foto: Johannes Stoll / Belvedere, Wien © Bildrecht, Wien 2023

Renate Bertlmann, Ausstülpung, 1982 Fotosequenz, Vintage s/w-Fotografe 9,2 x 14 cm, 1/1 

© Renate Bertlmann 

 
Exhibition view, Renate Bertlmann, "Fragile Obsessions" @ Belvedere 21, Wien
Foto: Johannes Stoll / Belvedere, Wien © Bildrecht, Wien 2023
 
 
 
Renate Bertlmann, Mo(u)rning 3, 2011, Digital Print mounted on dibond,
103 x 103 , Edition of 1/3, Courtesy @silviasteinekgalerie, © Renate Bertlmann, Bildrecht, Wien 2023
 
 
 
BELVEDERE 21
Arsenalstraße 1
1030 Wien
 
https://www.belvedere.at
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CLEMENS WOLF @
VIENNA CONTEMPORARY 23


VIENNA CONTEMPORARY 8. - 10.9.2023
Stand D11

8. & 9. September 2023, 13-19 Uhr
10. September 2023, 13-18 Uhr
 
BOOK PRESENTATION
with Clemens Wolf
7. September 2023, 16 - 18 Uhr
on invitation only
 
 
KURSALON WIEN
Johannesgasse 33
1010 Wien

Welcome to viennacontemporary 2023!




Clemens Wolf, Remix, Mirrors sandblasted, 2022, 103 x 103 cm © Clemens Wolf

 
 

Clemens Wolf, Parachute Painting, 2023, Fallschirm, Epoxy, 150 x 120 cm © Clemens Wolf


Clemens Wolf, Parachute Painting, 2023, Fallschirm, Epoxy, ø 50 cm © Clemens Wolf

 

#3 _ Clemens Wolf

Editor Studio Clemens Wolf
Text Brigitte Swoboda
Design PEACH PEACH Wien - We design memories
Details Hardcover, 33,3 cm x 27,0 cm, 44 pages, 18 ills. in color

In the art of Clemens Wolf, three impulses at identical intervals make the third impulse foreseeable, or then again they do not.
In his third œuvre catalog, he advances to the core of the order of things with the aid of the number three: in blue, black, and gold, on 33 picture pages.
Each of them using three words, 33 protagonists from the art world boil the artist’s cosmos down to tripartite formulas.

The book is released in a limited quantity print run of 333 copies, numbered consecutively by the artist.

Clemens Wolf #3 | VFMK Verlag für moderne Kunst
 
 
 
 
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ARTISSIMA
Renate Bertlmann
03 - 05/11/2023
Artissima. International fair of contemporary art Torino


Renate Bertlmann, Tender Christ, 2023, Foto edition, 55 x 35 cm, 12 + 2 AP
 
 
 
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„Street Life"
Olga Georgieva
Fabian Erik Patzak
Clemens Wolf
 
 
on appointment only @ silvia steinek_ebenda
Pramergasse 6, 1090 Wien
nach telefonischer Vereinbarung unter 0664 200 10 41
 
 
 
 
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Olga Georgieva
new drawings, untitled yet, 2023, ink on paper, 30 x 20 cm
 
 
 
 
 
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Julius Deutschbauer – 30 Jahre Plakate
Zur freien Entnahme
29.3.2023—6.8.2023

MAK WIEN 
Kunstblättersaal
Kuratiert von Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel, Leitung MAK Bibliothek und Kunstblättersammlung/Archiv

https://www.mak.at/juliusdeutschbauer