Lendkai 1, A-8020 Graz
Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00
Do we need to have an accident?
Clemens Hollerer, Sabine Marte
11.03. – 15.05.2011
The exhibition Hollerer/Marte brings together Austrian filmmaker Sabine Marte (*1967) and the sculptor Clemens Hollerer (*1975). They share an interest in the conditions and effects of space, which they treat as a metaphor for psychic states, and use to influence an inner balance.
This is the 5th collaborative project with Diagonale, and once again the format is new. This time, there is an exhibition in Space02 at the Kunsthaus, combining film and space both formally and in subject matter, to produce a kind of dialogue.
Sculptures from the MUMOK Collection
Carl Andre, Miroslaw Balka, Pier Paolo Calzolari, John Chamberlain, Jimmie Durham, Mike Kelley, Michael Kienzer, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Meret Oppenheim, Jessica Stockholder, Franz West, Christopher Williams, Erwin Wurm, Heimo Zobernig
05.02. – 15.05.2011
The term "anti-form" in the 1960s represented the abandonment of the traditional concept of art and sculpture. It was a radical challenge that opened doors to new aesthetic worlds, and was followed in the 1980s and 1990s by a further wave of novel sculptures whose influence is still perceptible today. The exhibition illustrates by means of significant examples from the large MUMOK collection in Vienna the way the concept of sculpture was developed and redefined. Works of completely different artists from several decades show how a radical gesture became a new paradigm with an idiom of its own.