Issue 12
Dec 2013 - Feb 2014

Issue 12 of frieze d/e looks to Vienna. Word Gerhard Rühm, Theo Altenberg, Ann Cotten & Kerstin Cmelka revisit the experiments in poetry and art of the ‘Wiener Gruppe,’ a collective founded in postwar Vienna in reaction to the suppressed aesthetic movements of the time.

Dominikus Müller and Helen Chang explore the unique role that interior design has played in the artistic and architectural landscapes of the city.

Jörg Heiser pays a visit to the Vienna studio of the long-overlooked artist Martha Jungwirth and reflects on five decades of her painting.

Also featured: Jonathan Griffin talks to Lucie Stahl about scanners, fluids and non-sequiturs; Elvia Wilk considers the exhibition as interface in the work of Simon Denny; and Matthias Dusini examines Josef Dabernig’s tireless quest for autonomy.

From this issue

Is there such a thing?

BY Dominikus Müller | 14 NOV 13

Vienna has a unique relationship to interior design. An essay by Helen Chang explores the effect on architecture in the city, inside and out

BY Helen Chang | 13 NOV 13

mumok

BY Manfred Hermes | 12 NOV 13

Martha Jungwirth and five decades of painting. By Jörg Heiser with a statement by Albert Oehlen and a piece by Austrian poet Friederike Mayröcker

BY Jörg Heiser | 12 NOV 13

Deichtorhallen

BY Mark Sadler | 11 NOV 13

Postwar experiments in poetry and art: revisiting the Wiener Gruppe

BY Pablo Larios | 11 NOV 13

Centre d’Art Contemporain

BY Kirsty Bell | 10 NOV 13

An interview with Gerhard Rühm

BY Pablo Larios | 10 NOV 13

Kunsthalle Wien

BY Jörg Heiser | 09 NOV 13

TEST POEM

BY Theo Altenberg | 09 NOV 13

Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst – Schloss Ujazdowski

BY Pablo Larios | 08 NOV 13

A collaborative project responding to the Wiener Gruppe

BY Ann Cotten | 08 NOV 13

New shows, same old problems

BY Paul Teasdale | 08 NOV 13

Mehdi Chouakri

BY Kolja Reichert | 07 NOV 13

Lucie Stahl talks scanners, fluids and non sequiturs

BY Jonathan Griffin | 07 NOV 13

In this series, frieze d/e looks at the logistics behind art works. Here, Isa Rosenberger explains the film she made for an exhibition aboard a nuclear-powered icebreaker in Murmansk

BY Isa Rosenberger | 07 NOV 13

Galerie Nagel Draxler

BY Noemi Smolik | 06 NOV 13

Josef Dabernig’s tireless quest for autonomy

BY Matthias Dusini | 06 NOV 13

Berlin’s role in data surveillance and the NSA scandal: an interview with Constanze Kurz

06 NOV 13

Salzburger Kunstverein

BY Vivien Trommer | 05 NOV 13

How … it works

BY Paul Teasdale | 05 NOV 13

Author Helene Hegemann recalls dancing with Hamburg-based musician Malakoff Kowalski

BY Helene Hegemann | 05 NOV 13

Westfälischer Kunstverein

BY Britta Peters | 04 NOV 13

Strange fruits

BY Chris Sharratt | 04 NOV 13

How central Vienna is being fitted out for international luxury shopping

BY Anne Feldkamp | 04 NOV 13

Galerie Urs Meile

03 NOV 13

Political portraiture and sci-fi ciphers

BY Melissa Canbaz | 03 NOV 13

Susanne Pfeffer shares what interested her in preparing her first exhibition at the Kunsthalle Fridericianum

BY Susanne Pfeffer | 03 NOV 13

Frankfurter Kunstverein

BY Hannah Stamler | 02 NOV 13

Ramon Zürcher’s choreography of motion and stasis in Das merkwürdige Kätzchen

BY Esther Buss | 02 NOV 13

Simon Denny and the exhibition as interface

BY Elvia Wilk | 02 NOV 13

DUVE Gallery

BY Arielle Bier | 01 NOV 13

Mixing philosophy and performance at the Tanzquartier Wien

BY Astrid Kaminski | 01 NOV 13

Choose a single object of special significance from your working or living environment

BY Martin Guttmann | 01 NOV 13

Essl Museum

BY Vitus Weh | 31 OCT 13

Linn Lühn

BY Timotheus Vermeulen | 30 OCT 13

Galerie nächst St. Stephan

BY Helen Chang | 29 OCT 13

Museum Schloss Moyland

BY Noemi Smolik | 28 OCT 13

Galerie Gregor Staiger

27 OCT 13

Kunsthaus Erfurt

BY Göksu Kunak | 26 OCT 13

Cinzia Friedlaender

BY Mark Prince | 25 OCT 13

Painting Forever! in Berlin

BY Kito Nedo | 22 OCT 13