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In the Still of the Night

Six interventions by artists in the public space around Esterhazypark and its giant Flakturm were commissioned by KÖR – Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Vienna and can be seen there until October. (The arrow on the cover is a street sign showing people the way to the nearest basement during bombing raids in Vienna in WW2.). Curated by Hemma Schmutz.

100 best posters

Coming up: the exhibition opening of the 100 best german, swiss and austrian posters 2014 at Kulturforum Berlin on thursday june 18th – now advertised all around Berlin in large scale. Photograph © Hermann Büchner

WUK monthly programmes

Whenever one goes into print we start with the next one - at least this is what it feels like. We still enjoy the process of designing the monthly programs for WUK Werkstätten und Kulturhaus.

Trip to Munkedal, Sweden

We were invited to visit Munkedal and their paper mill. We also tried to catch fish in a lake, shot (fake) animals in the woods and visited the world’s best printer for uncoated paper in Gothenburg. It was a great trip, thank you Arctic paper for inviting us!

Kunstraum Lakeside

Opening tonight: Ionana Pauns exhibition at Kunstraum Lakeside.

Kunstgastgeber Gemeindebau

This catalogue about art interventions at Robert Uhlir Hof, a viennese social estate, was printed and presented last month. We like the paper a lot.

World book day

Coming to a bookshop near you: the World Book Day on April 23rd. Your local book dealer will treat you with free books, bookmarks and this poster.

Lakeside opening

Last thursday the Lakeside Kunstraum in Klagenfurt reopened with an new programme by Hemma Schmutz, the new director, and a bold new graphic identity. On show is a video documentation of Nicole Six and Paul Petritsch’s kidnapping of a partisan monument.

Hofstätter Projekte

Last week we joined the opening of Klaus Mosettigs exhibition at Hofstätter Projekte. The detail shows a reproduced drawing of the artist’s 2 year old daughter.

Learning from Detroit

Only a year after the exhibition ‘Learning from Detroit’ at Kunstverein Wolfsburg this pretty catalogue was presented. What a pity that we missed Justin Hoffmann DJing Detroit Techno.