Studio das weisse haus in cooperation with BLOCKFREI has invite Malou Solfjeld (alumni curator of Curators' Agenda program) from February 03 until April 21, 2020 as Curator in Residence. The aim of the residency is to develop a group exhibition in das weisse haus from April 15 to June 06, 2020 with artists, who are currently / or have been included in the program of studio das weisse haus, based on the proposed concept. This first idea will be further developed and finalized during the residency. During her two-month residency, Malou Solfjeld dives

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Lit Link Festival - Visiting Vienna 12 December 2019 Salon Goldschlag Goldschlagstrasse 70 1150 Wien   BLOCKFREI is proud to announce its most recent cooperation with the Lit Link Festival from Croatia dedicated to literary exchange and networking. The Vienna edition of this years' Festival is dedicated to authors from Croatia and German-speaking countries and will take the form of several readings in Croatian and German (with parallel translations). We cordially invite you to hear the most relevant literary positions coming from Croatia and Austria and to enjoy the informal socializing after the official program. Participating authors Barbara Rieger,

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6 – 7 December 2019 Venue: Depot - Kunst und Diskussion Breite Gasse 3 1070 Wien   In the light of 2019 – the bilateral “Year of Culture” between Ukraine and Austria, BLOCKFREI has created a project The New Scene of Ukraine with the idea to present the existing and emerging cultural associations from Ukraine. The main goal is to connect them with their Austrian colleagues for the purpose of exchange of ideas and to lay a foundation for their potential collaboration in the years to come. So far two of the three planned activities have

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Opening: Thursday, 24 October, 7– 10pm KRINZINGER PROJEKTE Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Wien On view: 25 October  — 2 November 2019 Guided tour and artist talk: 26 October, 12 - 2pm Working hours: Wed – Fri: 3 – 7pm / Sat: 11 – 2pm   In the framework of the 5th edition of Curators’ Agenda in collaboration with the University of Applied Arts Vienna, BLOCKFREI presents a mutual group exhibition Is This Intimacy?  taking place at Krinzinger Projekte.   Artists:  Alfredo Ledesma Quintana, Anna Lerchbaumer, Anne-Clara Stahl, Bernadette Anzengruber, Darja Shatalova, Eva Rybářová, Laura Stoll, Maximiliane Leni Armann, Mona Radziabari, Paula Flores, Veronika Abigail Beringer.  Curators:  Anna

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Friday, 11 October, 4pm U10 Art Space Kralja Milana 10 (entrance from Kosovke devojke 3) 11000 Belgrade   The international art fair - viennacontemporary Presentation by Johanna Chromik Keynote: Kate Sutton - Art critic The panelists: Johanna Chromik - Artistic director of viennacontemporary Max L. Feldman - Art critic Andrea Kopranovic, Associate Director, Christine König Galerie, Vienna Christiane Kada - Styrian State Government, Department for Cultural Affairs – Awards and Scholarships Introduction and moderation: Nevena Janković - BLOCKFREI co-founder and director   According to the statistics in various yearly reports, the globalization of the art world has been immensely contributing to the expansion of the art market, however, its main dominant players are

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Duration: 17 - 22 September 2019 Location: Kharkiv and Kyiv, Ukraine Partners: Second National Biennale for Young Art, IZOLYATSIA. Platform for Cultural Initiatives (Kyiv) and Flanders Arts Institute (Brussel)  Project: The New Scene of Ukraine   BLOCKFREI, IZOLYATSIA. Platform for Cultural Initiatives (Kyiv) and Flanders Arts Institute (Brussel) have the pleasure to present a tailor-made Visitor’s Programme for international art professionals, which will be organised as a part of the Second National Biennale for Young Art, taking place in the city of Kharkiv in the period 17th of September – 31st of October, 2019. The Visitor‘s

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"KID'S STUFF" 2 – 4 August 2019 Library "Ivan Vidali", Summer Cinema Island of Korčula, Croatia     ŠUŠUR! Festival of Words 2019 is dedicated to children's and youth literature, which is often out of focus, and which rarely gets a deserved place in a wider cultural-artistic sphere, even within literary-festivals. At the level of an individual child, literature is a medium within which it learns vocabulary, acquires indirect experiences, and has the opportunity to see different images of the world, helping it to build the idea of how the world works and where the child's interests

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Saturday, 27. October 2016 11:30 am - guided tour 12:30 – 2 pm - artist talk Krinzinger Projekte Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Vienna As a part of the exhibition Tomorrow Is Cancelled at Krinzinger Projekte (26 October – 6 November 2018), organized by 8 international curators in the framework of the residency program Curators’ Agenda: VIENNA 2018, we invite you to join us for an artist talk with Lisa Großkopf, one of the featured artist in the show. The talk will be led by Sania Galundia, one of the exhibition’s curators. A guided tour through the exhibition will precede the artist talk.   Artists Maximiliane Leni Armann / Nicoleta Auersperg /

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Symposium program 2nd and 3rd November, 2018 University of Applied Arts Vienna (Lichthof B) Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2 1010 Vienna The key note speakers of the panels are art historians, historians, political scientists and artists. After giving their presentations on relevant topics of their interest (15 minutes) the key note speakers will engage in a moderated panel-discussion talk for another 30 minutes, with additional 10 minutes for audience Q&A. The participants will exchange and compare their knowledge, experiences and convictions on the context, causes, the course and the aftermath of the influential tendencies in the art of the ’68, while emphasizing the

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Opening: 25 October 2018, 7 – 10pm KRINZINGER PROJEKTE Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Vienna, Austria Duration: 26 October –  6 November 2018 Wed – Fri: 3 – 7pm / Sat: 11 – 2pm   Artists: Maximiliane Leni Armann / Nicoleta Auersperg / Marie Yael Fidesser / Lisa Großkopf / Elizaveta Kapustina / Gašper Kunšič / Marlene Lahmer / Anna Lerchbaumer / Esther Martens / David Meran / Darja Shatalova / Peter Várnai.   Curators: Melody Chuan (Taiwan, 1984) / Camilla Cole (UK, 1985) / Jo Ferly (Guadeloupe, French Caribbean, 1970) / Sania Galundia (India, 1991) / John Kenneth Paranada (UK/Philippines, 1988) / Sayori Radda (UK/Austria, 1992) / Nina Rokvic (Australia, 1993) / Nia Tabakova (Bulgaria, 1983).   Curatorial supervision and guidance: Anamarija Batista   Tomorrow is Cancelled is

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