Month of photography
A full month of photographic art in Vienna, with a total of 175 exhibitions: The “Eyes On – Month of Photography” exhibition in Vienna will run from October 28 to November 30, 2014. This is Vienna’s contribution to the European Month of Photography, which is being organized in conjunction with Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Luxembourg and Paris. Established exhibition venues as well as small galleries invite you to take an intensive look at the subject of photography.
One of the highlights is the joint exhibition for the European Month of Photography, “Memory Lab – Photography Challenges History”, which has been designed by curators from several countries and will be on display in all eight partner cities. The exhibition can be viewed in Vienna from October 28, 2014 to January 21, 2015 at MUSA – Museum Startgalerie Arthothek.
Other exhibitions (selection):
- Az W Photo Award 2014 at Architecture Center Vienna (Nov 6–24, 2014)
- Photographic retrospective "photo:vienna" at MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (Nov 27-30, 2014)
- Werner Schödl is showing his works in the tresor at Bank Austria Kunstforum (Nov 20, 2014–Jan 25, 2015).
- The Bulgarian Cultural Institute at Haus Wittgenstein will house Nestor Kovachev’s "Migration of an Image" (Nov 4–28, 2014).
- das weisse haus is showing "Life is everything_rooms" with works by Concetta Modica and Massimo Ricciardo (Oct 28–Nov 30, 2014).
- Dialog in the Dark is hosting an exhibition titled "Opaque" (Nov 8–21, 2014).
- The Imperial Furniture Collection is showing "Similar Pairs - special ties between similar items" (Nov 7–30, 2014).
- Kunst Haus Wien is presenting works by Lillian Bassman and Paul Himmel (Oct 16, 2014–Feb 8, 2015).
- The Künstlerhaus is addressing photographic handwriting in the digital age (Oct 31–Nov 30, 2014).
- The exhibition in Vienna’s Main Library is on "Unassuming Heroes" (Nov 4–29, 2014).
- "Human Footprint. Human activity through satellite imagery" is the title of the exhibition at the Museum of Natural History (Nov 4, 2014–Mar 8, 2015).
- The Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art is showing photography as a tool in the Habsburg Monarchy (Apr 30–Nov 30, 2014).
The scheduled program includes book presentations, discussions, lectures, workshops and a portfolio review.
Eyes On - Month of Photography 2014
Oct 28–Nov 30, 2014
Program and information: www.eyes-on.at