Exhibition in Paris: Woman House, La Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris; 18.10. 2017 - 10.01. 2018
ULTIMA THULE is curated by Karin Mack
In the Middle Ages Icland was indicated as Ultima Thule as the end of the world.
The exhibition presents works of artist from Iceland and Austria as different kinds of narrations
using various media and techniques.
FEMINIST AVANT-GARDE AT THE MUMOK
Opening: 5. May 2017 at 7 pm.
Participating international women artists including Karin Mack with work of the 1970ies.
Symposium: 6. May 2017
2 pm: lecture by Gabriele Schor, founding direktor of Sammlung Verbund. „Why does it matter to call the feminist artmovement of the 1970ies an ‚Avantgarde’.“
3 pm: Conversation with international women artists, moderated by Camille Morineau, direktor of Monnaie de Paris
4.15 pm: Conversation with L. Christanell, Karin Mack, E.Partum, M. Pilz and Brigitte Lang, moderated by Eva Badura-Triska, curator of Mumok
5.45 pm: Conversation with international performance artists, moderated by Gabriele Schor
16. May 2017
5 pm: Gabriele Schor, Eva Badura-Triska, and Ivan Jurica talking with Renate Bertlmann and Karin Mack
23. May 2017
5.30 pm: Gabriele Schor and Esther Suryáni talking with Linda Christanell, Brigitte Lang and Margot Pilz
1. June 2017
Gabriele Schor und Stefanie Gersch talking to Nil Yalter (in english)
3. September 2017, 10 am. – 7 pm.
Matinee with the groep „airborn extended“, a lecture about the show
and a workshop
Adress: MUMOK, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna
from 17.11. 2017 - 4.3. 2018 at Unteres Belvedere, Rennweg 6, 1030 Vienna
FEMINIST AVANTGARDE, at ZKM Karlsruhe
Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, 18.11. 2017 - 1.4. 2018; Lorenzstraße 19, 76135 Karsruhe, catalogue available.
Lecture & Artist's Talk 18.11. 2018, 2.30 pm - 6.00 pm
Why is it important to call the feminist art movement an "avant-garde"? by Gabriele Schor
with Linda Christanell, Renate Eisenegger, Karin Mack, Ewa Partum, Margot Pilz, Annegret Soltau. (german)
and Kirsten Justesen, ORLAN, Lydia Schouten. (english)