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Everything you need to do this weekend in Vienna – 36 event tips

February 24, 2020

Everything you need
to do this weekend
in Vienna – 36 event tips

February 24, 2020

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Hey, hey! We’ve selected the very best of what’s happening in Vienna this weekend so you can spend less time working out what to do and spend more time making the most out of life.

Check out below the 36 awesome things happening this weekend in Vienna:


A must see for Bilderbuch fans

Approximation by Bilderbuch

When: February 28 – August 20, 12pm–7pm
Where: MQ – Museumsquartier
Entry: 7€

How a band presents itself to the world is strongly connected to visual arts, especially when they are as stylish and funky as the guys from Bilderbuch. So together with the MQ, they are presenting this exhibition dedicated to all the visual artists they’ve been working with, be it on videos, album covers or stage decoration.

Recommended if you like: Bilderbuch, visual arts, bands that are a work of art themselves, Museumsquartier, catching an exhibition once in a while to feel cultured again

Art plus techno in one very cool location

ART ATTECH #6 – Körper, Kunst & Krach

When: FRI, February 28, 7pm–7am
Where: The Loft
Entry: tba

This Friday, the Loft will be combining two of their passions in an evening that involves an art exhibition and techno. With 8 artists and many DJs on the cards, this party that’s happening for the 6th time, this is sure to be one stimulating night in one very cool location.

Recommended if you like: live DJs, Techno, art, when art and Techno get it on to make Art Attech, Techno Deluxe, enjoying your weekend to the fullest, going crazy on the dancefloor, artsy stuff

Get your weekly (or daily?) dose of Techno!

Rebekah | Turbo

When: FRI, February 28, 11pm–6am
Where: Grelle Forelle
Entry: Early Bird = 12€, Phase 1 = 13€, Phase 2 = 14€, buy a ticket!

Techno should be on everyone’s weekly agenda and that’s a fact. This week, there’s an awesome opportunity for all you Techno lovers out there! UK-based DJ Rebekah will be performing at Grelle Forelle this Friday. And we all know how techno nights at the Grelle Forelle end up (they always end up being freakin’ awesome, of course!!). Go get your tickets and enjoy your dose of techno!

Recommended if you like: Techno, the feeling of sweat dripping down your spine, using glow sticks on occasion in your dance routine, Grelle Forelle, Going absolutely insane on the dancefloor

Travel back in time at this nineties and noughties party 

Wannabe – Best of 90’S & 00’S // Calea Club

When: FRI, February 28, 11pm–5am
Where: Calea Dinner Club
Entry: 10€

This Friday, the Calea Dinner Club is offering you the chance to pick between decades as they throw a best of 90s and 00s night. You may just find yourself stuck in whichever your favourite decade is. The most important thing though, is simply that you dance like its 1999.

Recommended if you like: the turn of the century, decade parties, partying like its a different century, going all analogue with your dress sense, want to be someone’s lover, girl power, when two became one, Backstreet Boys, ballads, Tina Turner

Feel wild and cultural at the same time

FYI: Acid Arab live (FR) ° Wien

When: FRI, February 28, 7pm–10pm
Where: Grelle Forelle
Entry: 23€, buy a ticket

Acid Arab is turning up at the Grelle Forelle this Friday! Make sure you’re there if you want to experience a unique night at the Grelle Forelle! It’s not just electronic music, it’s electronic music that’s had a love child with Arabic beats! If you’re in any doubt about how beautiful that can be, check out the link below: 

Recommended if you like: feeling like you’re traveling even though you’re in Vienna, electronic music, Arabic sounds, electronic music with a twist, the Grelle Forelle, feeling international vibes at home, showing off your sick dance moves

Get your heart rate up on the dance floor at Pratersauna

Klaudia Gawlas | Pratersauna – Minima

When: FRI, February 28, 11pm–6am
Where: Pratersauna
Entry: 12€, get your ticket

Klaudia Gawlas gets our heart beating faster. As in, she makes us dance like there’s no tomorrow until we’re clutching our sides like back when we used to try to keep up with the other kids in gym class. Get out to Pratersauna this Friday for a sweaty, elevated-heart-rate good time. Get in the mood, here:

Recommended if you like: getting exercise at least once a week, wearing the pants you couldn’t find but then found them but then couldn’t find but found yesterday, the smell of strawberries, Pratersauna

Dance the night away to a night of Latin, Spanish and Czech vibrations from this talented music collective

Cumbia Cooperativa Live in Fania Club

When: FRI, February 28, 10pm
Where: Fania Live
Entry: TBD

Legend has it that in late 2016 in the ancient city of Prague, somewhere in the alleys surrounding the church of Týn, a group of people heard the call of the jungle and gathered to create the incredible sound of Cooperative Cumbia. The Cumbia is a traditional folkloric rhythm and traditional dance of Colombia and these guys love to play their blend of Latin, Spanish and Czech vibrations that will make you dance all night. The musicians urge you to “bring your friends, your family, your dog, or your partner”!

Recommended if you like: Colombian music, Cumbia, folkloric rhythms, musicians who magically come together and form a winning partnership, dancing all night long, starting your weekend the best way possible, when musical genres come together

Follow the emotional journey of a filmmaker discovering her own past

Cinemarkt – Born in Evin

When: FRI, February 28, 7pm–10pm
Where: Brunnenpassage
Entry: free!

Brunnenpassage are currently screening the documentary ‘Born in Evin’ which follows filmmaker and actress Maryam Zaree on her quest to find out the violent circumstances surrounding her birth inside Evin Prison in Tehran, one of the most notorious political prisons in the world. After three decades of silence, she embarked on a mission to get to know her own story and find out more about her parents’ past. It’s a film about the inevitability of repression and the need for reappraisal and has been showered with praise from all quarters. Following the film, there will be an interview with Arash T. Riahi (co-producer).

Recommended if you like: documentaries, films that make you think, learning about history, stories, the rich tapestry of cinema, hearing fascinating people talk, going on a journey, those films where it’s wrong to eat popcorn

Two days of some mad guitar skills from some mother pluckers

Vienna Fingerstyle Festival 2020

When: FRI–SAT, February 28–29, 8pm
Where: Porgy & Bess
Entry: 25€ one day ticket standing (seats are sold out), get a ticket

Six people, ridiculously good with their fingers (and no this isn’t a porno’) will be showcasing their immense plucking skills on guitars for this unique festival. Over the course of Friday and Saturday night, they will be performing, and we can only hope that they have a camera zoomed up real close on their fingers so we can see how magic their fingers are. Check this lad’ below, unreal:

…and what you can expect on Saturday:

Recommended if you like: mad skills bruv’, people who are good with their fingers, magic fingers, acoustic guitars, blues, locations that are a little bit grand, mother pluckers

Slam poetry into people’s ear holes

Slam B @Literaturhaus Wien

When: FRI, February 28, 7pm–11pm
Where: Literaturhaus
Entry: Free! Donations welcome

The Slam B poetry slam at the Literaturhaus is back this Friday with 12 wordsmiths hitting the stage for 5 minutes and slamming their poetry out to a crowd of literary lovers. As always at this veteran of the slams, the applause is the vote, so be sure to cheer extra loud for your favourite poet.

Recommended if you like: poetry made for the modern-day, the beauty to be found in words, audience participation, wordsmiths, people being bold, poetry, emotional events, getting inspired

Check out photographs from the 80s

Michael Horowitz

When: February 28 – April 13
Where: Albertina
Entry: tba

Michael Horowitz is a busy man. He is a Viennese journalist, author, publisher and has also been an active photographer since he was at school. His speciality until the end of the 80s was photographs of famous people. The Albertina invites you to enjoy an exhibition of Horowitz’s work during that period, with a heavy focus on the cultural life of Vienna.

Recommended if you like: photographs from the previous century, the Albertina, the cultural life of Vienna, famous people from the 80s, analog photography

Broaden your horizons at this socially focused event!

Who Cares? | Kick-Off mit Lesung, Diskussion & Kuchen

When: SAT, February 29, 2pm–4pm
Where: Cafe 7Stern
Entry: free!

We all know that there are many things that are absolutely wrong in today’s society. While one can’t really fix all of the issues out there, we can at least try to broaden our horizons! This Saturday, the folks from Sorority are organising a kick-off event at Cafe 7Stern. There’ll be talks about why it’s mostly women who sort out the childcare as well as look after their family members, as well as posing questions (and providing the odd answer) about why society is the way it is and what we can do to change it!

Recommended if you like: broadening your horizons, doing something for the society, caring about what’s going on in the world, Cafe 7Stern

Celebrate the Leap Year in style at this indoor market with many cool treats to buy

Celebrate the Extra Day. 25hours meets Markterei.

When: SAT, February 29, 11am–7pm
Where: 25 Hours Hotel
Entry: Free!

This year is a leap year and therefore has a freaky extra day in February. February 29th is well-known as a date women propose to men, and it also has that bonus surprise of revealing people you assumed were in their 30s who are actually celebrating their 8th birthday. The point is, it’s something that doesn’t happen often in your lifetime, so you might want to celebrate it too. That’s why 25hours Hotel are hosting this indoor market with culinary treats, handicrafts and entertainment. Just some of the many stalls come from: Blün, Brazgovka, Gaumenparadies, Gota Coffee, Hidden Kitchen, Joseph Brot, Kimbo Dogs and many, many more!

Recommended if you like: indoor markets, celebrating leap years, swigging a fancy coffee while buying all of your Christmas presents ten months early, going where the Yummy Mummies go, spending your cash on independent sellers

Think you can sing? Prove it at this contest


When: SAT, February 29, 5pm–11pm
Where: Mai Kai
Entry: TBA

If you’ve always felt that your angelic singing voice should get the appreciation it deserves, then why not demonstrate your skills at this Karaoke competition at Mai Kai? There’ll be one for kids as well as one for adults and you can even bring your own songs and beats on a USB with you. If you want to register you can do so via email or directly at the venue.

Recommended if you like: Karaoke, contests, singing your lungs out, thinking of yourself as the next big thing when it comes to singing, singing despite having no musical talent whatsoever just because it’s fun

Party hard with Wolfram

Zeitlos mit Wolfram & hausgemacht

When: SAT, February 29, 11pm–6am
Where: Pratersauna
Entry: 10–14.60€, buy a ticket

Alright, alright, you know what it means when you see something is happening at the Pratersauna, right? It’s time to jump into your party clothes and get yourself to your favourite party location! Wolfram will be there! …And no, we’re not telling you a random dude called Wolfram will be at the party. Wolfram is the main DJ act of the night! Check him out:

Recommended if you like: partying, the pratersauna, having a wild time, pretending to be friends with the DJ, dragging your friends out to a party, getting home as late as possible

A party for the 1950s swing hound in all of us

Swell Time – A Mad Men Night Out

When: SAT, February 29, 10pm–4am
Where: Gartenbau Kino
Entry: 11€, buy a ticket

Get ready to dress up and swing that Tanzbein at this very retro event happening in the cool-looking foyer of the Gartenbaukino. The crew behind the Swell Time events are celebrating vintage fashion and swing parties and will be dedicating this party to the golden ’50s and ’60s. So, put your best bowtie and suspenders on, or alternatively your polka-dots/floral motif dresses, and join this dancing crowd for a night of old-fashioned cocktails and chain-smoking.

Recommended if you like: living in the past, binging series on advertising in the old days, vintage clothing, elaborate hair styles, wearing a suit to a party, old-fashioned cocktails, dancing, special locations, dressing up, false nostalgia.

Because two are better than one!

Duocalypse Now! Festival der Duos.

When: SAT, February 29, 6pm–11:30pm
Where: Arena Wien
Entry: 22,50€, get your tickets!

Regular concerts too boring for you? Well, if that’s the case, we have something you might enjoy! This Saturday, only at Arena Wien, you’ll be able to enjoy the first-ever ‘Festival der Duos’. The concept is simple but interesting. Instead of performing alone, attending artists will come together and perform in duos! In addition to that, you’ll get to hear a wide variety of musical genres. This really sounds like a special experience to us! Interested as well? Well, get your tickets and save the date!

Recommended if you like: listening to all kinds of music, going to concerts on a regular basis, unconventional concerts, new, fresh and creative ideas, ever so cooly closing your eyes and listening to the music, Arena Wien

Leap around to Spacey House music all night on the Leap Day

Kopf bei Fuss X RedivideR

When: SAT, February 29, 11pm–7am
Where: Grelle Forelle
Entry: 12€ on the door

Austrian record label & artist collective Kopf bei Fuss combine electronic music and art. Along with their members Apua and Bendej, this night sees them teaming up with hot new collective RedivideR to celebrate life in one of the hottest clubs around. If you like your House music spacey, join the rocket ship!

Recommended if you like: Spacey House music, when collectives team up, getting sweaty in a club, getting home when the birds are chirping, döner time at 4am, sex in public toilets, dancing and grinding

Party back in time at this 90s party 

Super 90’s Disco – Dancing in the O–light

When: every Saturday, 11pm–6am
Where: O – Der Klub
Entry: 10€ before 1am if you post on the event page, 13€ otherwise

Every Saturday, you will be able to see the club crew rolling out their 90s disco night again. So get ready to go full Bloodhoundgang, Backstreet Boys and Falco – we are talking, tops off and swimming on the floor kind of style.

Recommended if you like: doggie style, Will Smith, Mambo number 5, pelvic thrusts in the general direction of a good looking person, that time when Shady was back (who knows where he had been before) Scooter, pre-meltdown Britney, Oasis

You HAVE to dance to this kind of music!

★ Balkan Cumbia Tropical Carnaval ★ 29.02. at Fanialive

When: SAT, February 29, 8pm–5am
Where: Fanialive
Entry: 14€, get your tickets!

We always talk about dancing your ass off at Techno or Hip-Hop parties, and while you can certainly do that and have a lot of fun doing so, this event really raises the bar when it comes to delivering good music that turns even the worst dancer into a dancing star! We are talking about the Balkan Cumbia Tropical Carnaval at the Fanialive this Saturday! There’ll be awesome DJ’s, awesome drinks, and, most importantly, music genres like Groove, Reggae, Tropical, Swing, and Balkan (and many more!). What a nice mix! Be sure to get your tickets if it’s something you’d be down for!

Recommended if you like: dancing your pants off, hot music and cool drinks, Groove, Swing, Reggae, the Fanialive, dancing until your feet hurt and the music won’t let you stop

Some Saturday night Techno for you

Generation BOOM / with My Bad Sister

When: SAT, February 29, 10pm–6am
Where: Das Werk
Entry: 13.12€

On Friday you can catch London-based DJ Duo My Bad Sister (they actually are sisters, twins even) at Das Werk together with a whole bunch of other artists. One thing is for sure, this party is going to be bass heavy!

Recommended if you like: Das Werk, Techno music, feeling the floor shake under the bass, partying in grungy settings, dancing all night long, that ringing sound in your ear after a bass heavy night

Check out this massive line up of DnB heads in a massive hall!

Switch! XL – A Journey Through Drum’n’Bass

When: SAT, February 29, 10pm–6am
Where: Marx Halle
Entry: 24.20€, buy a ticket

This Saturday, the party crowd from Switch is back, and they have with them a massive line up of various Drum and Bass DJs to make your eardrums bleed. Such a line-up is hard to fragment and work out who best to sell, so suffice it to say, if DnB is your thing, then this is the largest line–up and night we have seen in a long time in Wien. Check out the Facebook event page to see the full line up.

Recommended if you like: unique locations, Drum and Bass, your ears ringing the morning after from a bass overload, kissing random people in public toilets

Check out the folk sweethearts Seafret 

FM4 Indiekiste mit Seafret, Support: teepee

When: SAT, February 29, 7pm–10:30pm
Where: Flex
Entry: 24.10€, get a ticket

This week’s Indiekiste brings you Seafret, the UK duo that met by chance at an open mic night and has been making music together ever since! They are playing it live at the Flex this Saturday. Come check out their folkish guitars!

Recommended if you like: Indie Rock, getting to know new music, concerts in the middle of the week, electronic beats, music that makes you move, the small things

Check out a not-so-silent silent film

Gruber & Turnheim: Der General LIVE

When: SAT, February 29, 6:30pm–8pm
Where: Breitenseer Lichtspiele 
Entry: 15–25€, buy a ticket

On Saturday, Gerhard Gruber and Ralph Turnheim will come together to present their fantastic silent film show at the Breitenseer Lichtspiele. The silent film “Der General” will be projected while Gruber shows his skills on the piano and Turnheim presents himself as the narrator.

Recommended if you like: old films, silent films, piano music, old films presented in a new way, Breitenseer Lichtspiele, trying something new, live performances

Ditch your local fashion shop and go flea market shopping

Flohmarkt – Nachbar’s Schätze

When: SUN, March 1, 1pm–6pm
Where: nachBar
Entry: tba

Another day, another flea market – this time at the nachBar. This is a great way to spend your Sunday afternoon (AND all your hard-earned cash). You can also sell some of your items yourself. We recommend selling your clothes and then buying new ones. Mix it up a bit, you know! So now, there’s one thing left to say: ‘Let the hunting begin!’ (no animals are harmed by this kind of hunting, we promise).

Recommended if you like: being the flea market kind or queen, matching every pattern out there into one outfit, saving money and buying second hand, mixing up your wardrobe with new items, afternoon teas with the girls, the thrill of the flea market hunt

Shop for new (but old) vintage treasures

7*Stern Flohmarkt: Vintage-Schätze von RahatLook

When: SUN, March 1, 11am–6pm
Where: Cafe 7Stern
Entry: free!

When the summer heat disperses in the cold winds of autumn, people start to morph into blobs of oversized jackets, and pants. And to help with this year’s fashion transformation, RahatLook is hosting a vintage fleamarket for all vintage-lovers out there in the 7Stern cafe! All items up for sale are out of the 80’s, 90’s or 00’s. And they’ve guaranteed us that everything is sourced sustainably and responsibly.

Recommended if you like: vintage clothing, shopping sustainably, making sure that last piece of clothing suits your style, finding your dream outfit, having to try on everything, vintage vibes, being fashionable, wearing clothes from the past, fighting with someone for that one piece you want so badly, dressing to express

Don’t let the weekend drag at this drag-a-licious buffet with live performances

Queens Brunch at Villa Vida Cafe

When: every Sunday from 10am
Where: Villa Vida
Entry: 39€, buy a ticket

While this event doesn’t feature a valet massaging your jaw to aid the mastication of your royal Christmas dinner (alas), the Queen’s Brunch at the Villi Vida is undoubtedly a heap of fun. After a successful summer season, the international Drag Brunch Show phenomenon is back at Villa Vida Cafe, featuring fierce lip-sync and live singing performances from Vienna’s best local and international Drag Queens. There’s also a drag-a-licious, all-you-can-eat buffet with vegan options available, and all-you-can-drink ‘bottomless’ mimosas!

Recommended if you like: finding ways to make sure the weekend doesn’t drag, Drag Queens, brunch with added entertainment, never-ending buffets, cabaret, being queer, dressing up in outlandish outfits, LGBTQ+ events, lip-sync

Bounce to the beats of this rapper

Eno // Wien

When: SUN, March 1, 7pm–11:59pm
Where: Grelle Forelle
Entry: 29.90€, get a ticket

German/Kurdish rapper Eno is currently on tour and on Sunday he’s making a stop in Vienna to perform at the Grelle Forelle. He’s also bringing a special guest with him, rap colleague Sero El Mero. That means two for the price of one and that’s never a bad deal.

Recommended if you like: Grelle Forelle, Rap, German Rap, slowly bouncing up and down to the beat with one hand in the air, partying on a Sunday

Celebrate the anniversary of the Christine König Galerie

4 x 1 = 30

When: until February 29
Where: Christine König Galerie
Entry: tba

What looks at first reading like a calculation by Pippi Longstocking is actually an exhibition at the Christine König Galerie. The name sounds pretty random but it makes sense once you know what it’s about. The Christine König Galerie turns 30 this year – and what better way to celebrate the anniversary of a Gallery than to give 4 young artists the opportunity to exhibit their work? So, four individuals will form the birthday exhibition!

Recommended if you like: exhibitions, art galleries, the Christine König Galerie, anniversaries, looking at art by young artists, looking at art installations and pretending it is telling you a story even though you don’t get what it’s about

Experience the hippest cafés and nightclubs from days gone by

Into The Night – Die Avantgarde im Nachtcafé

When: February 14 – June 1
Where: Belvedere
Entry: 11€ Students under 26 / 14€, buy a ticket

When you’re young and making eyes on the dancefloor, it’s hard to imagine anyone being quite as hip in days of yore.Yet some might argue that the artistic and hedonistic days of partying hit their peak in the early 20th century in cafés and clubs such as the Chat Noir in Paris and the Cabaret Fledermaus in Vienna. If in fact you’re experiencing FOMO from those last two, you can visit replicas of them here, along with other tales of art and nightlife from 1880s to 1960s. You might just start to wonder what exactly your grandparents used to get up to.

Picture © akg-images

Recommended if you like: seeing how the hipsters of the past lived, learning some cool history about Vienna, seeing how Flex might have been if it was around 100 years ago, wearing a beret, doing the can-can, wearing feathers

Discover one of Vienna’s most talented photographers at this new exhibition

Anna Breit. Teens (in their rooms)

When: February 19–March 18
Where: Improper Walls
Entry: Free!

Vienna-based photographer Anna Breit specialises in fine art and fashion photography, encountering all of her subjects, be they family members, friends or models, with the same attention and spontaneity. This new exhibition of her work shows young people aged 13–19 in the place they probably know best: their rooms. Regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation, it highlights how being a teenager is an adventure on its own, a time in one’s life that deserves to have a stage. Warning: if you’re older than 19, you may come away feeling seriously uncool. The opening event is February 19 at 7pm.

Recommended if you like: seriously talented photographers, skilled artists in Vienna, photography exhibitions, going to a vernissage so you can brag to your friends that you saw the exhibition before them, having your pictures stuck on the fridge by mum & dad

Watch this gripping and philosophical mystery in a show by one of Vienna’s favourite theatre companies

An Inspector Calls

When: February 15–29
Where: Theater Spielraum
Entry: From 23.10€, buy a ticket

J. B. Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ was first put on stage in 1945 and has maintained its popularity ever since. For British children it is a rite of passage to see it on a school trip, which helps many realise “Hang on – the theatre isn’t sh*t!”. The story revolves around the Birling family celebrating an engagement, only for Inspector Goole to burst in with news of a suicide that may be linked to them. Brimming not only with gripping tension, it is also a philosophical play about social conscience and the crumbling of middle-class values. Note: the production is in the original English.

Recommended if you like: seeing plays that have you gripping onto the edge of your seat, taking a break from Netflix to see some drama IRL, the theeeeaatre daaahling, being the one looking through those little binoculars no one else uses at the theatre, watching tense things unfold

Ice skating wonderland with a picturesque background, anyone?

Wiener Eistraum 2020

When: January 23 – March 1, 10am–10pm
Where: Rathausplatz
Entry: varies, for more information check the website

The Wiener Eistraum is back for what is probably one of the most romantic things in a Viennese winter (or to get all of those bruises that you tell people you got in a bar fight). The winter wonderland that pops up in front of the Rathaus every year is up and running again and we’ll be bringing a group of friends, helmets and our phones up and ready to capture every moment. Check out the website for details, such as how much you’ll be forking out for entry and skate rental.

Recommended if you like: embarrassing yourself on a first date because you have two left feet on skates, doing pirouettes on the ice, sharpening your skates with a steely look in your eye, planning something romantic with your loved ones, trying out the moves from Starlight Express on ice

Be sure to get your daily dose of culture!

All the best culture and art events happening in Vienna right now

When: right now!
Where: various locations in Vienna, check out our guide!

With so many culture events taking place – be it exhibitions in museums, powerful plays on theatre stages, art shows that scratch that inspiration itch – getting your daily dose of culture in Vienna is easy-peasy. That is, if you have our awesome art and culture guide, which tells you all about the best events happening in Vienna right NOW. If you think we’re missing any important ongoing culture events, drop us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or the good old, oldschool way, via mail.

Recommended if you like: tilting your head slightly in front of a painting and putting your pensive face on, wearing odd socks, strolling through galleries and museums on rainy days, getting inspired by the great and the up-coming greats, being a creative, seeing how people interpret our crazy world through art.

Choose that outfit that makes you go – ‘damn, I look good!’ – and party away

The best parties happening every week in Vienna you shouldn’t miss

When: right now!
Where: various locations in Vienna, check out our guide!

This beautiful town of our’s got so much to offer, especially when it comes to parties. We’ve put together a list of the parties happening every week in Vienna. So if you’re up for some fun, be sure to check out our weekly party event guide. If you think we’re missing any important parties happening every week, drop us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or the good old, oldschool way, via mail.

Browse photographs that tell you a story

Alec Soth – Photography is a Language

When: February 26 – August 16
Where: Kunst Haus Wien
Entry: tba

Do you count photography as your hobby, even though the only photos you take are selfies? On February 26th, the Kunst Haus Wien opens an exhibition focused on the photographer, Alec Soth, who focuses on people and their unique situations in his work. The exhibition might inspire you to not only think outside the selfie–box, but also to learn more about the language of photography.

Recommended if you like: photography, getting insights in the lives of people you have never met, getting inspired by photographers who master the language of photography, hanging out in galleries, the Kunst Haus Wien