Since 2011, the Belvedere 21 has hosted countless international temporary exhibitions. The architecture of the museum’s brightly-lit, open and airy spaces guide visitors through both a comprehensive overview of 70 years of artistic production in Austria and the exposition of important international viewpoints. A venue for performative interventions, film screenings, themed lectures, concerts and artists talks, the Belvedere 21 offers a platform for the local art scene to commune with an engaged audience. An exploration of contemporary art and topics of the highest social relevance are central to its multifaceted program of exhibitions and diverse outreach programs.
Exhibition - Monica Bonvicini (28 June 2019 to 27 October 2019)
Since the mid-1990s Monica Bonvicini has been exploring political, social, and institutional situations and their impact on society, as well as on the conditions of artistic production. Her work is direct, merciless, political, and not without a dry sense of humor. In the process, she focuses on the relationship between architecture, gender roles, control mechanisms, and devices of power. Bonvicini has a multimedia approach, using drawing, sculpture, installation, video, and photography. For the Belvedere 21—originally the Austrian pavilion at the World’s Fair in Brussels in 1958—she has developed a site-specific and space-consuming installation that reacts radically to Karl Schwanzer’s architecture. As such, it reflects male-dominated power structures, which are expressed just as much in the constructed space as in art history, politics and language.
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