Abb.: Katrin Plavcak: Zum grünen Baum, 2019.





>>    HERBERT MÜLLER-GUTTENBRUNN
THE ANARCHISTIC AMATEUR'S ALPHABET

Duration of the exhibition: 29.02.–29.03.2020
Location: Stadtgalerie, Oberer Stadtplatz 32, 2240 Waidhofen/Ybbs

Participating Artists:
Ingo Abeska, Iris Andraschek, bankleer, Blue Noses Group,
Nayarí Castillo, Christian Eisenberger, Aldo Giannotti,
Johannes Gierlinger, Anne Glassner, G.R.A.M., Michael Heindl,
Andreas Heller, Anita Hofer / Reni Hofmüller, Katrin Hornek,
Franz Kapfer, Karl Karner, Leopold Kessler, Paul Lässer,
Damian Le Bas, Delaine Le Bas, Alfred Lenz, Hubert Lobnig,
Juan Pablo Macías, Frans Masereel, Ryts Monet, Ivan Moudov,
Anton Petz, Katrin Plavčak, Leon Podesser, Lavinia Raccanello,
RESANITA, Paul Schmidtbauer, Elisabeth Schmirl, Alexander Stern,
eva helene stern ***, studio ASYNCHROME, Tonto, Nasan Tur,
Vladimír Turner, Roswitha Weingrill, Markus Wilfling,
Johannes Wohlfart, Martin Zet, Gamlet Zinkovsky, zweintopf,
Zwoelfboth

Curated by:
Margarethe Makovec, Anton Lederer


Photos from the opening
Photos from the exhibition

Exhibition duration: 29.02.–29.03.2020
Opening: Friday, 28th February 2020, 19:00

*** Currently closed because of the Corona virus. ***

Opening times: FR: 16:00-19:00, SA: 10:00-13:00,
SO: 15:00-18:00 Uhr


Free entry!


After the exhibition The Anarchistic Amateur's Archive was shown since September 2019 at < rotor > in Graz and the exhibition was prolonged until the end of January, it is to be seen for one month in the City Gallery Waidhofen an der Ybbs.

This exhibition project brings together his writings with works by contemporary artists. It gives an impetus for a contemporary examination of anarchism, which “through radically democratic principles ‘wished to establish’ a societal framework suitable for providing the greatest possible freedom to the individual,” and providing “the greatest possible equality and justice,” as author Ilija Trojanow writes. In the present time, when ideological narrow-mindedness, rising nationalism, and totalitarian tendencies are trying to take root again, this is more relevant than ever.

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The exhibition at Stadtgalerie Waidhofen / Ybbs is a collaboration with raumimpuls

We thank our collaboration partners:
Bibliothek und Sammlung Reinhard Müller
Sammlung Günter Eisenhut
Anarchistische Bibliothek/Archiv/Institut Wien
Verlag Matthes & Seitz Berlin
Bibliothek der Arbeiterkammer Graz

We also thank the following:
Familie Müller-Guttenbrunn – Rötschmühle und Fladnitz,
Beatrix Müller-Kampel, Leo Kühberger, Wolfgang Schlag
und bei zahlreichen Gesprächspartner*innen für viele gute Hinweise!

The exhibition at Stadtgalerie Waidhofen is supported by:
Stadt Waidhofen an der Ybbs
Kultur Niederösterreich
Kulturabteilung des Landes Steiermark
BKA Kunstsektion



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