AOH Travel next scheduled journey to Vienna’s Kunsthistorische Museum and TBA Augarten July 2015

The next travel to Vienna will be in July 2015.

We will visit the sound installation by Susan Phillips at the new Belvedere space that I announced for the last trip to Vienna and which due to the extensive programme of the Gallery Days has not been visited so far.

As always a visit at the Kunsthistorische Museum is obligatory:

Let me know if you need help with travel arrangements and I can recommend the Fernbus by Richard Reisen which travels outbound from Jakominiplatz or Murpark in Graz and inbound from Westbahnhof in Vienna if you live in Vienna vice versa.

Link Travel Arrangements Recommendation: (Early Birds travel for 9,00 € one way)

Link Hotel Arrangements Recommendation: A little quiet central hotel Pension Reimer, which is a run by a lovely old lady and has got fine breakfast:

Furthermore in August we travel to Venice for the Biannial: Link: like in 2013 by ÖBB bus, so start your travel arrangements early to safe money.

In case you want to take part in my personal guided tour please let me know in advance under 0660 371 8473 or via email: Guided tours are free of charge but you have to register so that I know how many people to expect.

All my best,

Daniela Haberz

Vienna Gallery Days 2015

The Gallery Days Tour No. #1 for the friends of Albertina was an interesting and informing talk.

The curatorial Conversation with the artist Marko Lulic at the Galerie Senn started the tour and a performance at Galerie Christine König was the following exhibition we visited. Christine König’s Gallery was well staged like always  the works were installed in a perfect setup completed by the artist’s song a hymn to prepaid phone bills which we now know are better paid unless you want your quiet out of reach island mentality.

Marco Lulic Conversation
Marco Lulic Conversation at Galerie Senn, Vienna

Performance at Galerie Christine König, Vienna Gallery Days 2015

Looking forward to further gallery visits next time I’m around in Vienna and as Christine König put it well into words, better don’t spoil your relationship with the gallerist unless you plan to retire early.

Definitely worth visiting Schleifmühlgasse when you are in Vienna.

All my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz