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Pianoterra: A Restaurant in Conversation with the Streets of Paris

Pianoterra: A Restaurant in Conversation with the Streets of Paris

An Unassuming Multi-Use Space by Atelier Boter Reinvigorates a Sleepy Taiwanese Fishing Village

An Unassuming Multi-Use Space by Atelier Boter Reinvigorates a Sleepy Taiwanese Fishing Village

A Holiday House by Mold Architects Disappears into the Rugged Landscape of Serifos

A Holiday House by Mold Architects Disappears into the Rugged Landscape of Serifos

Lacime Architects Draw from Ancient Chinese Texts to Design a Modern Edifice

Lacime Architects Draw from Ancient Chinese Texts to Design a Modern Edifice

GROW: Daan Roosegaarde's Light Installation Poetically Heralds the Future of Agriculture

GROW: Daan Roosegaarde's Light Installation Poetically Heralds the Future of Agriculture

Sarker Protick, aus der Serie: Of River and Lost Lands, 2011-2018. © Sarker Protick. Courtesy Kunst Haus Wien.

Genoveva Kriechbaum, The World / The Heart of Europe, 2018. © Genoveva Kriechbaum, Bildrecht, Wien, 2020. Courtesy Kunst Haus Wien.

Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Räumliche Maßnahme (1), 2002. © Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Bildrecht, Wien, 2020. Courtesy Kunst Haus Wien.

  • Austria,13 Untere Weißgerberstraße,1030,Vienna

  • Kunst Haus Wien

  • €12

  • Daily 10 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

  • +43 1 712 04 91

16 September, 2020 - 14 February, 2021

After Us, the Flood

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The group exhibition brings together current photographic and cinematic work by 21 international and domestic artists that explore the impact the global climate crisis has on glaciers, sea and marine regions, considering both scientific and political aspects. 

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