Austria. Photography 1970-2000

Until 8 October 2017

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Guided Tour with the Curator
13 September 2017 | 5.30 pm
with Dr. Walter Moser | in German

How does Austria look when viewed through Austrian objectives?
Austrian photographers put their own country and its sociocultural identities to the question: they focus on the country, its political past, its milieus, and its urban spaces. Such an inward gaze frequently brings to light aspects that had previously been in the process of disappearing.
The 1970s mark a new beginning for photography, a period during which its protagonists developed a new self-conception and a wide range of photographic movements emerged: documentary strategies and approaches that deal with the medium itself characterize photography’s overall development between 1970 and 2000.

This exhibition includes numerous photographs from the ALBERTINA Museum’s own holdings as well as from the Photographic Collection of the Federal Chancellery of Austria, Arts and Culture Division, and is being mounted in cooperation with both the Federal Chancellery and the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg (at which the Federal Chancellery’s collection is held).
 
Featured photographers:
Heimrad Bäcker | Gottfried Bechtold | Norbert Brunner & Michael Schuster | Heinz Cibulka | Peter Dressler | VALIE EXPORT | Johannes Faber | Bernhard Fuchs | Seiichi Furuya | Robert F. Hammerstiel | Bodo Hell | Helmut Kandl | Leo Kandl | Friedl Kubelka | Branko Lenart | Elfriede Mejchar | Lisl Ponger | Gerhard Roth | Günther Selichar | Nikolaus Walter | Manfred Willmann

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg will show this exhibition from 10 March until 1 July 2018.

Image Gallery – 8 Images
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
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Seiichi Furuya | Rattersdorf, 1981 (from the series <em>National Border</em>), 1981–1983, print from 2016 | Albertina, Vienna, acquired with funds from the Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture (gallery grant), 2016
Seiichi Furuya | Rattersdorf, 1981 (from the series National Border), 1981–1983, print from 2016 | Albertina, Vienna, acquired with funds from the Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture (gallery grant), 2016
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies
Exhibition view, AUSTRIA. PHOTOGRAPHY 1970-2000 | Photo © Bureau Kies

 

  • Cooperation Partner Federal Chancellery of Austria
  •  Museum der Moderne Salzburg
  • Partner BMW
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