A photographic journey through Austria’s Pop Art past
When: September 5–October 31
Where: Anzenberger Gallery
In 1969, Viennese photographer, Michael Horowitz, accompanied rising Pop art icon, Kiki Kogelnik, in New York. Born in Carinthia and considered Austria’s most important Pop-related artist, Kogelnik was 26-yearsold at the time she started her promising career, and she was already friends with Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
This wild and wonderful exhibition will showcase photos taken on this trip by Horowitz during which the two explored museums, performed quirky acts on construction sites, and in Kiki’s apartment.
Recommended if you like: exploring photography, Andy Warhol, Pop art, taking the camera you bought at a fleamarket out for a stroll, practising your pensive face in front of the mirror, getting inspired by art, learning about Vienna’s past creatives.