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Frédéric Bonnet
Charim Galerie Wien
Nicholas Tammens
Crone Wien
Eva Kraus & Volo Bevza
Croy Nielsen
Natalia Sielewicz
E X I L E
Zasha Colah with Valentina Viviani
FELIX GAUDLITZ
Tolia Astakhishvili
GIANNI MANHATTAN
Adomas Narkevičius
Galerie Martin Janda
Asier Mendizabal
Galerie Kandlhofer
KJ Freeman
Georg Kargl Fine Arts
Hana Ostan Ožbolt
Christine König Galerie
Róna Kopeczky
Krinzinger Schottenfeld
Rita Kálmán & Lívia Páldi
Krobath Wien
Klaus Speidel
Layr
Lennart Wolff & Elisa R. Linn
Meyer Kainer
Karel Císař
Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder
Jarosław Suchan
GABRIELE SENN GALERIE
Maximilian Geymüller
Shore
Pierre-Alexandre Mateos & Charles Teyssou
silvia steinek galerie
Vít Havránek
SOPHIE TAPPEINER
Lukas Hofmann
Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman
Artist Project Group
VIN VIN Gallery
Kami Gahiga
Galerie Hubert Winter
Alessandro Rabottini
WONNERTH DEJACO
Kilobase Bucharest
Zeller van Almsick
Frédéric Bonnet
9.9. - 8.10.
2022
Wien/Vienna
2022
K E L E T
WHERE THE SUN RISES.

This year’s theme KELET is dominated by the traumatic geopolitical events that currently overshadow all art and culture talk,  namely the Ukraine war. This is particularly keenly felt in a city like Vienna, which historically has long been the easternmost of the major capitals. Impulsgeber Dieter Roelstraete has suggested calling this overarching thematic framework “Kelet,” which is Hungarian for “East”-the opposite of “Nyugat,” the title of an influential avant-garde journal published in Budapest in the early years of the 20th century.


Read the essay by Dieter Roelstraete
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2022
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Between 13.09. - 08.10.2022
Tuesday - Friday 12pm-6pm
Saturdays 12pm-4pm


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Friday 9.9. and Saturday 10.09., 12pm - 6pm


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