Frederick Kiesler Foundation
Frederick Kiesler (1890-1965) was an Austro-American architect, stage designer, artist and theorist. His visionary ideas and interdisciplinary approach influenced his contemporaries and are still relevant for today’s artistic production.
Exhibition ‘Gregor Schmoll. Puparium: Studio’:
In 1945, Frederick Kiesler and Percy Rainford met with Marcel Duchamp in his studio in order to take pictures for a photo collage. The original prints, which can now be found in the archive of the Frederick Kiesler Foundation, provide the starting point for Gregor Schmoll’s work, in which the studio space is interpreted as a mysterious place of artistic creation.
EXHIBITION TALK (AT 7 PM AND AT 9 PM)
Director Gerd Zillner takes visitors on a guided tour of the exhibition.