Katharina Groeblinger

The Newly Opened Albertina Modern Boasts Austrian Art From Fantastic Realism to Viennese Actionism

After delays and controversy, Albertina Modern opens with an extensive review of Austrian art from 1945-1980.
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Hit Hard by the Lockdown, Austria’s Cultural Sector Sees Itself at Existential Risk

As Austria’s art sector is taken hostage by COVID-19, the government’s response struggled to find form.

Ibizagate Takes the Stage in Elfriede Jelinek’s New Play that Takes Apart Austria’s Political ...

It sounds like a setup: Batman’s Joker, a talking pink gorilla and the Spanish painter Diego Velázquez walk onto a stage. But it’s no joke: rather, t...

Cultural Whale or Fish out of Water?

You couldn’t miss it if you tried. After the vast vineyards, golden sunflower fields, apricot trees heavy with fruit and century-old farmhouse...

Back from Oblivion

Vienna’s female artists get some long overdue time in the limelight at the Lower Belvedere. Three women gaze down from the wall: One in a red dre...