MO 6/6/2011: Presentation of A/W 2011 collection LISKA
by Thomas Kirchgrabner
Presentation of LISKA by Thomas Kirchgrabner as part of 11 festival for fashion & photography.
Students majoring in Moden und Styles at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
In their photographic work, participants of the course Moden und Kommunikation under the direction of Mirjana Rukavina explore the potential of presentation - presentation of fashion, art and the body as well as the interaction between these three factors.
As print issues of fashion magazines are restricted to the rigid world of photography, they increasingly use new modes of presentation - especially iPad-Apps.
Gallery tour: collect your stamps!
11 exhibitions with a focus on fashion photography open on 7/6/2011 in various venues across the city. Whoever manages to visit all galleries and collect stamps in his 11 festival program folder is about to win attractive prizes!
We will raffle off 5 x 2 tickets for Thermalbad Vöslau, 2 annual tickets for the Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2 annual subscriptions of flair magazine and an annual supply of Ottakringer XVI. beer (104 l).
Submission of the completed sheet until 17/6/2011 at 11 festival´s Guerilla Store, LISKA, Hoher Markt 8, 1010 Vienna.
Winners will be determined at the Guerilla Store on 17/6/2011, 6 pm.
By Esther Irena Vörösmarty
A photographic statement on the media spiral of sensory overload, advertising machinery and fashion dictation that result in unfulfilled dreams, confusion and excessive demands.
my mother's closet
by Anna-Sophie Berger
Memory and presence, emotion and commerce - these are the key words that Anna-Sophie Berger deals with in her work my mothers closet.
By Paz Katrina Jimenez
In her short film, Paz Katrina Jimenez presents her collection that is characterised by simple cuts. At the same time, it explores how usual human motor skills are restricted and thus defined as new forms of movement.
I AM JUST THERE LETTING IT ALL HAPPEN ...
By Helga Traxler
Helga Traxler is part of the current, young generation of Austrian fashion photographers. She finds her subjects both in the countryside and the big metropolises. But more. She possesses the gift to recognize those places as a location fundus and employs them as atmospheric and natural props for her photo shoots.
Portraits. Actors. Places.
by Klemens Horvath
August Diehl. Even-tempered like Al Pacino in The Godfather? Markus Hering. Expectant like Javier Bardem in No Country For Old Men? In his portraits Klemens Horvath is not attempting to reconstruct particular film scenes but rather creates fields of references for own stories and associations.