Anna Jermolaewa
Anna Jermolaewa
Jul 15 – Oct 29, 2023
Kunsthaus Bregenz
Bregenz, Austria

Over the summer months, Kunsthaus Bregenz is presenting works by Anna Jermolaewa on the ground floor. KUB is closely associated with the artist – Austria’s next Venice Biennale participant – as several of her main works are part of the Kunsthaus Bregenz collection. In the exhibition in Bregenz, Jermolaewa will show her highly topical installation Chernobyl Safari, from 2014/23, Famous Pigeons, from 2021, and her installation Dining Room, from 2017, which will be on view in Austria for the first time.

Jermolaewa, who came to Austria as a Russian dissident in 1989, explores political history and present in her diverse work. Her political commentary is as astute as it is humorous.

From July 24 to August 27, 9 pm to midnight each evening, clips from Chernobyl Safari will be projected on the screen at Karl-Tizian-Platz.

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