Tan Ping / Courtesy of PIFO Gallery
Kay Walkowiak / Photo Julius Unterberger
Gábor Attalai / Courtesy Vintage Galéria
From 21 to 24 September 2017, over 100 galleries and institutions from 27 countries will present their artists and programs in the Marx Halle. With the special presentations ZONE1, Solo & Sculpture, Focus: Hungary and Nordic Highlights, Vienna Contemporary underlines its significance not only as a market-place but also as a location for the presentation of young and established artists and for the information on the development of the art scene in the focus countries of the program.
Andy Denzler / Courtesy Galerie Michael Schultz
Liam Gillick / Heimo Zobernig
Past and present exhibitors include some notables as Andy Denzler with Galerie Michael Schultz, William Klein and Wim Wenders with Ostlicht, Galerie für Fotografie, Tan Ping, Michelle Rawlings, Kay Walkowiak, and many others.
Evamaria Schaller / Still of video-performance, Photo Andreas Gehlen
The accompanying events such as the film and video as part of the Cinema program, the talks and discussions with Talks: Borderline and art education with the guided tours and the Family programs provide accessibility for all age groups.
Art Book Store will be hosted by Verlag für moderne Kunst, and high end culinary offerings by Viennese top restaurants IKI, MOTTO and Zum Schwarzen Kameel.
Tato Akhalkatsishvili / Courtesy ERTI Gallery
William Klein / Courtesy Ostlicht
Wim Wenders / Courtesy Ostlicht
Also during the fair week, numerous events are organized across town to offer an even broader view on the contemporary art scene with Curated by Vienna, Open Galleries Night and Parallel Vienna as well as cross-disciplinary events linking art with science and tech. Check out the Humanities Festival, the second part of the series “Art & Science – Bridging Two Cultures” in cooperation with IMBA and the first Cultural Hackathon co-organized with PIONEERS.
September 21–24, 2017 / Marx Halle Vienna