February 19, 2020 - Museum der Moderne Salzburg - Program 2020
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February 19, 2020

Museum der Moderne Salzburg

Yinka Shonibare CBE, Self Portrait (after Warhol) 5, 2013. Screen print, digital print and hand painted linen. © Yinka Shonibare CBE. Courtesy Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK.

Program 2020
January 1–December 31, 2020

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

T +43 662 842220403
info@mdmsalzburg.at

www.museumdermoderne.at
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Program 2020
January 1–December 31, 2020

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

T +43 662 842220403
info@mdmsalzburg.at

www.museumdermoderne.at
Twitter / Facebook / Instagram

Friedl Kubelka vom Gröller
The Self in the Mirror of the Other. Photographs and Films, 1968–2018

March 21–October 4, 2020
Mönchsberg [1]
Presented by Generali Foundation

The exhibition is based on the comprehensive film and photography holdings of the Generali Foundation Collection and the Federal Photography Collection and is supplemented by individual loans from the studio of the artist herself.
Curator: Jürgen Tabor

Wilhelm Thöny
Dreaming in Times of Crisis

April 25–July 12, 2020
Mönchsberg [2]

In this first exhibition of art dedicated to the oeuvre of Wilhelm Thöny (1888 Graz, AT―1949 New York, NY, US) since 2010, the Museum der Moderne Salzburg showcases a selection of ca. 300 works from its own holdings.
Curator: Lena Nievers

The Citythe Countryside
Japanese photography of the 1960s and 1970s from the collection of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg

May 16–September 13, 2020
Rupertinum [1] & [2]

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg has an outstanding collection of Japanese photography from the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition will put the focus on portrayals of society and urban and rural life.
Curators: Christiane Kuhlmann with Andrea Lehner-Hagwood

Yinka Shonibare CBE
End of Empire

June 27–October 11, 2020
Mönchsberg [3]

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg presents the first retrospective exhibition of the British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE (1962 London, UK) in Austria for 15 years. With his works he examines the legacy of colonialism within the contemporary context of globalization, the shifts of power and borders, and cultural identity. He became known for the use of colorful "African" batik fabrics in his cross media work. The exhibition brings together around 60 works from the last 30 years.
Curators: Thorsten Sadowsky and Marijana Schneider

Scenes of Exile
July 25–November 22, 2020
Mönchsberg [2]

The exhibition will feature works by Else Lasker-Schüler (1869 Elberfeld, DE―1945 Jerusalem, IL), Wolf Suschitzky (1912 Vienna, AT―2016 London, UK), Walter Trier (1890 Prague, CZ―1951 Collingwood, Ontario, CA), Victor Papanek (1923 Vienna, AT―1998 Lawrence, KS, US), Lotte Laserstein (1898 Preußisch Holland, today PL―1993 Kalmar, SE), and Louise Kolm-Fleck (1873―1950 Vienna, AT).
Curators: Barbara Herzog and Christiane Kuhlmann

Marina Faust
Otto Breicha-Prize for Artistic Photography

September 26, 2020–February 14, 2021
Rupertinum [1] & [2]

The work of photographer Marina Faust (1950 Vienna, AT―Paris, FR and Vienna, AT) is characterized by the combination of applied fields of work in fashion, architecture and free artistic interpretations, especially in the field of extended portrait studies. The exhibition will feature compilations from the artist's own collection and archive.
Curators: Christiane Kuhlmann with Andrea Lehner-Hagwood

Physiognomy of Power
Harun Farocki & Florentina Pakosta

October 24, 2020–April 5, 2021
Mönchsberg [1]
Presented by Generali Foundation
Curator: Jürgen Tabor

Fiona Tan
Mit der anderen Hand / With the other Hand

October 31, 2020–February 28, 2021
Mönchsberg [3]
November 22, 2020–February 14, 2021
Kunsthalle Krems

In her works, the photographer, video artist and filmmaker Fiona Tan (1966 Pekanbaru, ID) dedicates herself to the themes of time, history and memory. Looking at ourselves and others are central points of departure in her artistic practice as well as the confrontation with identity. The comprehensive mid-career retrospective at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg and Kunsthalle Krems presents a diverse selection of seven to eight video installations at each institution. The new filmic work Gray Glass is commissioned for the Museum der Moderne Salzburg and will be shot in the Austrian Alps.
Curators: Thorsten Sadowsky and Marijana Schneider

Not Vital
Ir

December 5, 2020–April 18, 2021
Mönchsberg [2]

Not Vital (1948 Sent, CH) is regarded as a nomad, whose anthropological thirst for knowledge makes him restlessly travel the world, to process the impressions of different cultures in his sculptures. In fact, he is also closely linked to the place of his origin, the Swiss Engadin, to which he regularly returns. From this place and its traditions, his own memories of childhood, he draws inspiration for his works, as well as images, forms and craft techniques of foreign cultures. Vital's work is formally distinguished by its striking clarity and precision, and at the same time it conveys a mysterious timelessness through its not clearly nameable, archaic-looking iconography. The Museum der Moderne Salzburg will show sculptures with corresponding drawings by the artist.
Curators: Thorsten Sadowsky and Christina Penetsdorfer

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