The Kunsthaus Bregenz is considered one of the most important art institutions in the world. Its widely respected architectural design by Peter Zumthor marks it as one of the most important museum buildings on an international scale.
The summer exhibition at the Kunsthaus Bregenz is dedicated to the Belgian David Claerbout. Claerbout is one of the most renowned and important video artists worldwide.
Through his involvement with photography and film, he developed a particular interest in time. His works, in which the past, present and future merge into overwhelming moments in time, represent profound philosophical reflections on our ideas about time and reality, memory and experience, as well as truth and fiction.
His extremely slowed image sequences are characteristic: moving images almost come to a standstill. Claerbout achieves these effects via slide series or computer-generated methods that freeze moving images into still images. The result is an increased attention of the viewers, who surrender to the slowed down time and adapt to it. With its auratic presence and sensitive lighting, the Kunsthaus Bregenz is an ideal place for this form of perception.
- David Claerbout: 14.07.18 - 07.10.18
- Tacita Dean: 20.10.18 - 06.01.19
- Lili Reynaud Dewar 26.07.18 - 21.10.18
- Maeve Brennan 31.10.18 - 20.01.19
- Admission to the Kunsthaus Bregenz
Destination station: Bregenz
|von 01.01.18 - 31.12.18||ÖBB Plus-offer||Local price|
|Adult||€ 8,10||€ 9,-|
Children and Adolescents up to the age of 19 are free