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Neue Galerie Graz

Joanneumsviertel

8010 Graz

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Neue Galerie Graz

Universalmuseum Joanneum

As a museum for modern and contemporary art with an extensive collection of works by Austrian and international artists from the 19th century to the present in a wide variety of media, the Neue Galerie Graz is dedicated to research on recent art history from the 19th century, with a separate focus in the art of the 20th century and numerous points of contact to the present day.

Exhibitions present central artist positions as well as topics from art history, whereby the deepened examination of the own collection and consequently the history of the museum in its changeable socio-political environment expands the view beyond art and opens up the museum as a platform for dialogue, where not only questions of art and Art history but a variety of subjects of general interest are discussed.

  • Exhibition

5/5/2023 - 9/17/2023

The Alps in View

The Landscape Painter Franz Steinfeld

The exhibition’s focus lies on Franz Steinfeld (1787-1868). As a prominent artist of his time and Professor at the Academy in Vienna, he vitally shaped Austrian landscape painting of the 19th century. Located between a realistic view of nature and a longing for the same, his pictures of Austria’s Alpine world provided the visual accompaniment to the first tourist boom that occurred in these regions. A current series of large-format paintings by Hubert Schmalix brings the subject up to the present day.

  • Artists:
  • The exhibition’s focus lies on Franz Steinfeld (1787-1868). As a prominent artist of his time and Professor at the Academy in Vienna, he vitally shaped Austrian landscape painting of the 19th century. Located between a realistic view of nature and a longing for the same, his pictures of Austria’s Alpine world provided the visual accompaniment to the first tourist boom that occurred in these regions. A current series of large-format paintings by Hubert Schmalix brings the subject up to the present day.
  • curated by:
  • Gudrun Danzer, Günther Holler-Schuster
  • Exhibition

3/31/2023 - 9/24/2023

ANA

Her Life With the Viennese Actionists

Anna Brus, wife of Günter Brus, and her role in Viennese Actionism become the main topic.

  • Artists:
  • Günter Brus
  • *1938 Ardning
  • Ana Brus
  • curated by:
  • Roman Grabner
  • Exhibition

3/17/2023 - 11/5/2023

Walter Köstenbauer

Critteries

Intervention by the Neue Galerie Graz in the permanent exhibition rooms of the Natural History Museum with works by Walter Köstenbauer. Using collaged, historical teaching aids, the artist questions the form and importance of conveying the knowledge of natural and art history.

  • Artists:
  • Walter Köstenbauer
  • curated by:
  • Roman Grabner
  • Exhibition

12/2/2022 - 11/19/2023

Art Space Styria 2022

The exhibition presents the works of Styrian participants in the various studio programmes, as well as foreign scholarships bestowed by the Cultural Department of the Regional Government of Styria in 2021/22.

  • Artists:
  • Annenstrasse 53, (Džana Ajanović, Amel Bešlagić, Abdelrahman Elbashir, Julian Flores, Rose-Anne Gush, Lena Kasching, Anousheh Kehar, Budour Khalil, Anastasiia Kutsova, Simon Oberhofer, Benedikt Probstmeier, Philipp Sattler, Anna Schoissengeyer, Dubravka Sekulić, Barbara Seyerl, Nour Shantout, Milica Tomić), Nayarí Castillo und Hanns Holger Rutz, Katharina Copony, Nicole Cseh, Monique Fessl und Marta Navaridas, Anita Fuchs, Julia Gaisbacher, Lis Gort, GUKUBI MATO (Martin Guevara-Kunerth, Tom Biela), Marlene Hausegger, Thomas Hitchcock, Silvia Hödl, Anaïs Horn, Matthias Jäger, Franz Kapfer, Karl Karner, Georg Klüver-Pfandtner, Lena Violetta Leitner und Lily Hassioti, Angelika Loderer, OAG Kulturverein (Adnan Babahmetović, Raffael Jessner, Igor Kolonic, Julia Lacina, Lena Prehal, Gabriel Schmidt, Katharina Sieghartsleitner, Harald Wawrzyniak), Julian Palacz, Niki Passath, Manuel Rieder, Carolina Sales Teixeira, Michaela Schweighofer, Thomas Supper, Helene Thümmel, Patrick Topitschnig, Total Refusal (Adrian Haim, Jona Kleinlein, Leonhard Müllner), Nina Vobruba, Karl Wratschko, Elisa Wüntscher, Josef Wurm
  • curated by:
  • Günther Holler-Schuster