VALIE EXPORT

  • Expanded Arts
    October 23, 2019 - January 12, 2020
    Pavillon populaire
    Esplanade Charles-de-Gaulle
    Montpellier, France

    The exhibition VALIE EXPORT: Expanded Arts, presented by the Pavillon Populaire de Montpellier, pays tribute to the photographic work as well as the films created by the artist since the 1960s/70s. They are the central theme of this exhibition, explored through her rarely shown conceptual photography works and her famous experimental installations gathered here under the name "Expanded Cinema".

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  • RESEARCH – ARCHIVE – OEUVRE
    February 15, 2019 - April 27, 2019
    VOX Contemporary Image Center
    401-2 Sainte-Catherine Street East
    Montreal H2X 1K4
    CANADA

    This monographic exhibition is part of a research program, revisiting major artistic practices, here with a significant body of work that has never been presented in Montreal. Together with the artist, the curator Sabine Folie developed an exhibition that—after its first presentation at the Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz in 2017 and the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) in 2018—will now be shown at VOX. 

    VALIE EXPORT. Research – Archive – Oeuvre includes important works by the artist that in a unique way document EXPORT’s creative process and combines them with archival material such as sketches, letters, photos and notes. The archival material comes from the artist‘s pre-mortem bequest, which is being researched under the direction of Sabine Folie at the VALIE EXPORT Center Linz since November 2017 and is accessible there to an interested public.

     

     

     

     

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  • 4th Kochi-Muziris Biennale
    December 12, 2018 - March 29, 2019
    Kochi, INDIA

    In collaboration with Phileas, an independent philanthropic organisation, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has invited Austrian artist VALIE EXPORT among others to participate in its 4th edition.

    The Kochi-Muziris Biennale was India’s first ever biennial exhibition of international contemporary art. The Biennale seeks to invoke the latent cosmopolitan spirit of the modern metropolis of Kochi (Kerala) and its mythical past, Muziris, and to create a platform that will introduce contemporary international visual art theory and practice to India while at the same time showcasing and debating new Indian and international aesthetics and art experiences.

    http://www.kochimuzirisbiennale.org/artist-announcement/

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  • Research – Archive – Oeuvre
    June 9, 2018 - August 12, 2018
    Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
    Chausseestrasse 128/129
    10115 Berlin
    Germany

    Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) is presenting VALIE EXPORT in a first representative exhibition of works and archival materials at a German institution in 15 years.

    Together with the artist, the curator Sabine Folie developed an exhibition that—after its first presentation at the Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz in 2017—will now be shown in an expanded form under the title VALIE EXPORT. Research – Archive – Oeuvre at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Here, the exhibition includes important works by the artist that in a unique way document EXPORT’s creative process and combines them with archival material such as sketches, letters, photos and notes. The archival material comes from the artist‘s pre-mortem bequest, which is being researched under the direction of Sabine Folie at the VALIE EXPORT Center Linz since November 2017 and is accessible there to an interested public.


    http://www.nbk.org/en/ausstellungen/aktuell.html

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  • Carte Blanche à VALIE EXPORT
    April 13, 2018 - April 13, 2018
    Rencontres internationales Paris-Berlin
    Evénement spécial, vendredi 13 avril, 17h
    Centre Pompidou
    Place Georges Pompidou
    75004 Paris

    En collaboration avec le cycle “Vidéo et après”, Service des nouveaux média - Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne. 

    En présence de l’artiste,
    accompagnée de Marcella Lista, conservatrice, cheffe du service des nouveaux médias - Musée national d’art moderne - Centre Pompidou,
    et de Christa Blumlinger, professeure en études de cinéma et de l’audiovisuel à l’Université Paris 8. 

    Bewegte Bilder über sich bewegende Personen | Cinematography: Eric Timmermann - Editor: VALIE EXPORT - Performer: VALIE EXPORT (4’44’’, 1973)
    Raumsehen und Raumhören (6’21’’, 1974)
    Anagrammatische Komposition mit Würfelspiel (nach W.A. Mozart, Klavier) für Sopransaxophon (5’48’’, 2010)
    Selbstportrait mit Kopf (4’08’’, 1967)
    TAPP und TASTKINO, expanded cinema | Straßenfilm, Mobiler Film, Körperaktion, social action, TV Produktion (1’11’’, 1969/1989)
    Sehtext: Fingergedicht | Video-poem (1’46’’, 1968/1973) BODY TAPE (4’02’’, 1970)
    Hauchtext : Liebesgedicht | Video-poem (2’23’’, 1970)
    ASEMIE - die Unfähigkeit, sich durch Mienenspiel ausdrücken zu können | Körper - Material - Interaktion, Body Performance (6’44’’, 1973)
    Remote… Remote…. (10’12’’, 1973)
    The voice as performance, act and body. THE PAIN OF UTOPIA. DER SCHMERZ DER UTOPIE (11’34’’, 2007)
    I turn over the pictures of my voice in my head (11’39’’, 2008)
    Syntagma (17’46’’, 1983)

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  • Fama et Infamia. The Infamy of the Nameless
    March 22, 2018 - June 30, 2018
    SCHLOSS AMBRAS
    SCHLOSSSTRASSE 20
    6020 INNSBRUCK
    AUSTRIA

    FAMA ET INFAMIA. The Infamy of the Nameless is an exhibition of significant artworks of one of Austria´s most important contemporary female artists: VALIE EXPORT.

    Feminist artwork from the 1960s and 70s is experiencing a phase of renewed international relevance, and VALIE EXPORT’s media and performance art counts among the most radical European positions of that time.

    This exhibition marks the first time the artist has exhibited alongside a historical collection. Her works engage in conversation with Archduke Ferdinand II’s (1529-1595) Ambras collection, offering another view of its objects and exhibition history, wherein the FAMA—the history of illustrious and victorious personages—encounter the INFAMIA—history’s insubordinate, marginalized, and oppressed individuals. This furthermore creates a stimulating and surprising convergence of the male principal of dominance with the female principal of submission in gestures of empathetic humanity and rebellion, set in the present and in the past.

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