Sabine B. Vogel

Fritz Panzer

February 2007

In the 1970s, Fritz Panzer won acclaim for his cardboard sculptures; later, he turned to other media, for instance covering drawn objects with paint. Today, there is renewed interest in the Vienna-based artist’s work, specifically in his … READ ON


Lois Renner

February 2007

Lois Renner has become known for his large-format color photographs of interior spaces brimming with ordinary objects like fire extinguishers, ladders, workbenches, and tools. Only upon close observation can one see that these spaces are … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2007 [TOC]

Lynne Cohen and Candida Höfer

December 2006

Though Lynne Cohen is from North America and Candida Höfer from Germany, both were born in 1944, work with photography, and focus on interior spaces devoid of people. This fascinating show brings together their large-format photography for… READ ON


Constantin Luser

December 2006

For six weeks, Constantin Luser lived and worked in the Christine König Galerie and filled 132 pieces of paper nailed to the wall with drawings in green and black fineliner. Even the panes of the display windows became part of his … READ ON

IN PRINT December 2006 [TOC]

Imogen Stidworthy

November 2006

British-born Imogen Stidworthy belongs to that small circle of artists already selected to participate in the forthcoming Documenta 12; here she is showing three video works that explore both language and its absence. In To, 1996, we observe… READ ON


Robert Barry

October 2006

The words DESIRE and REMIND, written in green, semitransparent letters, run diagonally across the two street-facing windows of this gallery’s new premises on Eschenbachgasse. Inside, the glittering words SUGGEST, ALMOST, and ABSURD, rendered… READ ON


Judith Eisler

September 2006

In titling her solo exhibition in Vienna “Anhauchen” (To Breathe On), New York–based artist Judith Eisler conjures a subject rife with philosophical import. While no direct equivalent exists in English, the word, more common in poetry… READ ON


Agnieszka Kalinowska

June 2006

Polish artist Agnieszka Kalinowska's sculptures and video installations engage the decisive moment at which human will meets intense adversity. In her first solo exhibition at the gallery, Kalinowska has placed her installation Beware! … READ ON


Christoph Schlingensief

May 2006

Since his production of Parsifal at Bayreuth in 2004, Christoph Schlingensief has become for some the enfant terrible of the theater world, for others a contemporary descendant of Joseph Beuys. Schlingensief takes Beuys’s idea of an expanded… READ ON

IN PRINT May 2006 [TOC]

Hans Op de Beeck

April 2006

The party is over. Atop the oversize Table 1, 2006, some extra-large leftovers and crumpled napkins remain. Having arrived too late (the guests and even the colors in this remarkably white room seem to have disappeared), we can only guess at… READ ON