January 14, 2018 - Museum der Moderne Salzburg - Program 2018
January 14, 2018

Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Museum der Moderne Salzburg. Photo: Marc Haader.

Program 2018
Exhibitions 2017 to 2018/2019

Museum der Moderne Salzburg
Mönchsberg
Mönchsberg 32
5020 Salzburg
Austria
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10am–6pm,
Wednesday 10am–8pm

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The Procession of Reparationists
William Kentridge

July 29, 2017–July 15, 2018
Rupertinum Atrium

William Kentridge’s (1955 Johannesburg, ZA) site-specific installation in the Rupertinum’s atrium, created in conjunction with his exhibition Thick Time. Installations and Stagings, will remain in place until summer 2018.

Curator: Sabine Breitwieser, Director, with Tina Teufel, Curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Austria. Photography 19702000
March 10–July 1, 2018
Mönchsberg [3]

What does Austria look like through the lens of Austrian photographers? This question is investigated in an exhibition in cooperation with the Albertina Vienna and shown there in 2017.

Guest curator: Walter Moser, curator, Albertina, Vienna
Curator: Christiane Kuhlmann, curator for photography and media art; with Andrea Lehner, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

I-Photo. Japanese Photography 1960s–1970s from the collection
April 21–July 15, 2018
Rupertinum [1] & [2]

The photography scene in Japan is full of contradictions, with a thematic spectrum ranging from erotic pictures of the body to political statements. The Museum der Moderne Salzburg has a large collection of Japanese photographs, including works by the co-founders of the Provoke group like Daidō Moriyama, as well as Kazuo Kitai, who documented social changes in the countryside, Ikko Narahara, Masahisa Fukase, Shin Yanagisawa or Shinzo Shimao, who took snapshots of life in Tokyo, and Nobuyoshi Araki.

Curator: Christiane Kuhlmann, curator for photography and media art: with Andrea Lehner, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Collection
April 28–October 7, 2018
Mönchsberg [2]

Curators: Sabine Breitwieser, director, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Antonia Lotz, curator Generali Foundation collection
Presented by Generali Foundation

Marisa Merz
Il Cielo È Grande Spazio / The Sky is a Great Space

May 25–November 4, 2018
Mönchsberg [4]

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is presenting the first solo exhibition in Austria of the artist Marisa Merz (1926 Turin, Italy).

It will survey five decades of artistic creativity. Organized in the US by the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; curated by Connie Butler, Chief Curator, Hammer Museum, and Ian Alteveer, Curator, Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition in Europe is being jointly organized by Fundação de Serralves-Museu de Arte Moderne and the Museum der Moderne Salzburg.

Curator at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg: Sabine Breitwieser, director; with Marijana Schneider, assistant curator

Resonance of Exile
July 14–October 28, 2018
Mönchsberg [3]

The second part of the exhibition series launched in summer 2017 on members of the art world with an exile background will be devoted to art communicators.

Curator: Christiane Kuhlmann, curator for photography and media art; with Barbara Herzog, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg.

Anna Boghiguian
July 26–November 4, 2018
Rupertinum [1] & [2]
Installation at the Rupertinum Atrium
26 July 2018–22 July 2019

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is showing the first institutional exhibition in Austria with works from Anna Boghiguian (1946, Cairo). In her work, she follows the development of historical trade routes in the Mediterranean region since Antiquity through salt and cotton and the global traces of colonialism and slavery up to the present day. She links the past with its consequences and the situation today. The successfully launched series of site-specific installations in the Rupertinum’s atrium, which remain in place for a full year, will be continued in 2018 by Anna Boghiguian.

Curator: Sabine Breitwieser, director, with Marijana Schneider, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Collection
October 20, 2018–April 7, 2019
Mönchsberg [2]

Curator: Antonia Lotz, curator for the Generali Foundation collection
Presented by Generali Foundation

Lisl Ponger
Otto Breicha Prize for Photographic Art – Museum der Moderne Salzburg

November 17, 2018–March 11, 2019
Rupertinum [1] & [2]

The 2017 winner of the Otto-Breicha-Prize for Photographic Art, Lisl Ponger, examines the medium of photographic representation, follows the development of photography in relation to traditional Eurocentric and Western perspectives, and takes up the theme of gender.

Curator: Christiane Kuhlmann, curator for photography and media art; with Andrea Lehner, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Camera Austria
Laboratory for Photography and Theory

November 24, 2018–March 4, 2019
Mönchsberg [4]

This exhibition by the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, organized in cooperation with and on the initiative of the Graz-based organization Camera Austria and its photography magazine of the same name, is devoted to the international influence of Austrian photography.

Guest curator: Christine Frisinghelli, Camera Austria co-founder, Graz
Curator: Christiane Kuhlmann, curator for photography and media art; with Andrea Lehner, assistant curator, Museum der Moderne Salzburg

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