MAK Annual Program 2021

Defined by CLIMATE CARE and Viennese Modernism
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VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021
CLIMATE CARE: Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures
Thomas Wrede, Rhonegletscher-Panorama II [Rhône Glacier, Panorama II], 2018, carbon print on
Courtesy of Beck & Eggeling
© Thomas Wrede/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021
A new commission by Superflux
Superflux, After the Fire
© Superflux

VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021
EAT LOVE: Tomorrow’s Food and Food Spaces
Hut & Stiel – Die Wiener Pilzkultur
(growing mushrooms in used coffee grounds), 2015
© Freunde von Freunden/Philipp Forstner

VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021
FOSTER: The Soil and Water Residency
Foster, 2020
© Foster/Angelika Loderer

VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2021
CLIMATE PANDEMICS
Kerstin von Gabain, leek (human thigh bone), 2020
© Kerstin von Gabain

Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
Josef Hoffmann, Wiener Werkstätte Postcard No. 75, Bar Room „CABARET FLEDERMAUS, WIEN, KÄRNTNERSTRASSE 33“, Vienna, 1907
© MAK

Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
Josef Hoffmann, Daybed from the Boudoir d’une grande vedette [Boudoir for a Big Star], Paris World’s Fair, 1937
© Nathan Murrell/MAK

Josef Hoffmann: Progress Through Beauty
Josef Hoffmann, Table for Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein’s apartment, 1905
© MAK/Georg Mayer

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