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'Pitch Invasion' installation by Aldo Giannotti and Pablo Chiereghin, Italian embassy - Palais Metternich Vienna, 2017

Piotr Mordel & Adam Gusowski, founders of Berlin's legendary Club of Polish Failures (Photo by Darek Gontarski)

Marcello Farabegoli Projects
Vienna, Austria
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VIENNA ART WEEK 2018 – special project Thursday Demonstration. Portrait of a Movement by Luca Faccio
: Opening and round table on 21 November with Frederick Baker (filmmaker), Luca Faccio (artist), Lucas Gehrmann (curator at Kunsthalle Wien), Helga Köcher (social sculptor) and moderator Dorothee Frank (Ö1 journalist). Curated by Marcello Farabegoli.

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PARALLEL VIENNA 2018, section project statement
. For further information, click here.

#26
Exhibition To Life by Hana Usui at Artcurial Austria:
inaugurated on 18 September 2018 by Lucas Gehrman, curator Kunsthalle Wien, Caroline Messensee, director Artcurial Austria, and Liesa Takagi, curator of the exhibition. A cooperation with Marcello Farabegoli Projects. For further information, click here.

#25
Artist talk with Soli Kiani at das weisse haus Vienna:
28 March 2018. For further information, click here.

#24
VIENNA ART WEEK 2017 – special project Carmine by Ben G. Fodor: Opening 14 November and round table on 5 December with Georg Gottlob, professor of informatics at Oxford University & TU-Vienna, Gerfried Stocker, artistic director of Ars Electronica, Ben Fodor, artist, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator of the exhibition / moderated by Dorothee Frank, journalist at Ö1. A project by Marcello Farabegoli Projects & ARCC.art. For further information, click here.

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PARALLEL VIENNA 2017, section project statements, Parallel & concordant with Ben Gyula Fodor & Dorothee Frank, Clemens Fürtler & Michaela Seiser, Inge GRAF & Walter ZYX, Karin Pliem & Lucas Gehrmann, Eva Schlegel & Carl Pruscha, Rudi Stanzel & Andrea Schurian, Viktoria Tremmel & Kurt Kladler, Hana Usui & Marcello Farabegoli. Curated by Marcello Farabegoli and Lucas Gehrmann. For further information, click here.

#22
Czech-Italian art symposium 2017 & exhibition at Galerie Miroslava Kubika in Litomysl (CZ) with Alessandra Draghi, Chiara Giorgetti, Radim Langer, Virginia Dal Magro, Cristiano Rizzo, Vladimir Skrepl, and Viktorie Valocka. Curated by Richard Adam and Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

#21
Bocconi Alumni Association at the Italian embassy - Palais Metternich Vienna: round tabel about Art & Economy on 18 May 2017 with Heike Curtze, gallery owner Vienna, Sergio Giannella, Chapter Leader Vienna of Bocconi Alumni Association, Guido Kucsko, artist and lawyer, Rudolf Leeb, Co-founder ARCC.art, Caroline Messensee, director Artcurial Austria / produced and moderated by Marcello Farabegoli.

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Exhibition Domenica with Pablo Chiereghin, Aldo Giannotti and Massimo Vitali at the Italian embassy - Palais Metternich Vienna: inaugurated on 27 April 2017 by Giorgio Marrapodi, Italian ambassador, Stella Rollig, general director of Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Ivica Vastić, Austrian football legend, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator and producer of the exhibition. In collaboration with Galerie Ernst Hilger Wien. For further information, click here.

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VIENNA ART WEEK 2016 – special project The Beauty of Intellectual Property by Guido Kucsko: Opening 15 November. Curated by Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

#18
PARALLEL VIENNA 2016, section project statements, Border Crossing with Pablo Chiereghin, Guido Kucsko, Esther Stocker, and Hana Usui. Curated and produced by Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

#17
Czech-Austrian art symposium 2016 & exhibition at Galerie Miroslava Kubika in Litomysl (CZ) with Hana Garova, Daniel Hafner, Pablo Chiereghin, Anna Meyer, Ondrej Petrlik, Linus Riepler and Jakub Sykora. Curated by Richard Adam and Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

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Exhibition Geometrien by Esther Stocker at the Italian embassy - Palais Metternich Vienna: inaugurated on 31 March 2016 by Giorgio Marrapodi, Italian ambassador, Meinhard Rauchensteiner, adviser for science, art and culture of the president of Austria, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, director of MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art and Marcello Farabegoli, curator and producer of the exhibition.
In collaboration with Galerie Krobath Wien. For further information, click here.

#15
Exhibition 'Im Keller' im Keller by Ulrich Seidl at GPLcontemporary: inaugurated on 17 March 2016 by Georg Peithner-Lichtenfels, gallery owner, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator of the exhibition, in presence of Ulrich Seidl. On 8 April 2016: Intervention/action by Pablo Chiereghin, Andrea Hubin & Karin Schneider. For further information, click here.

#14
VIENNA ART WEEK 2015 – special project Perpetuum Mobile at Kunst Haus Wien - Museum Hundertwasser curated by Marcello Farabegoli in the context of the project Garages curated with Ken Mapayo (Project Four) and Dominik Nostitz (Verein 08). For further information, click here.

#13
PREMIERENTAGE INNSBRUCK 2015: guided tours by Verena Konrad, director of the Vorarlberger Architektur
Institut, by Edelbert Köb, former director of mumok - museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien and by Marcello Farabegoli, curator Vienna. For further information, click here. And for some pictures, click here.

#12
Marcello Farabegoli Projects @ VIENNAFAIR 2015: Astrid Köppe, Sissa Micheli, Takashi Ohno and Hana Usui. For further information, click here.

#11
Exhibition Black Rain by Hana Usui at Salon M in Vienna: inaugurated on 5 August 2015 by Peter Bogner, art historian and director of the Friedrich Kiesler Foundation, Marcello Farabegoli, curator of the exhibition, with a performance by Aiko Kazuko Kurosaki in collaboration with Hana Usui. On 28 August performance by Yukie Koji and reading by Judith Brander, publicist and journalist at Ö1. For further information, click here.

#10
Round table about Hiroshima and the atomic bomb at Bildraum 01 in Vienna: on 18 June 2015 with Georg Pöstinger, Minister for disarmament and non-proliferation – The Foreign Ministers of the Republic of Austria, Nadja Schmidt, Executive Director ICAN Austria – International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Wolfgang Liebert, head of the Institute of Safety/Security and Risk Sciences at BOKU (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), Marcello Farabegoli, curator / moderated by Judith Brandner, publicist and journalist at Ö1. For further information, click here.

#9
Exhibition Dance of Diplomacy - Transpositions by Sissa Micheli at the Italian embassy - Palais Metternich Vienna: inaugurated on 22 April 2015 by Giorgio Marrapodi, Italian ambassador, Manfred Matzka, Secretary General of the Federal Chancellor office representing Josef Ostermayer, Minister for Culture and Arts, Peter Bogner, director of the Friedrich Kiesler Foundation, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator and producer of the exhibition. In collaboration with Alessandro Casciaro Contemporary. For further information, click here.

#8
Exhibition Heute Nacht by Luca Faccio at Bildraum 07 in Vienna: inaugurated on 3 February 2015 by Günter Schönberger, Bildrecht CEO, Lucas Gehrmann, curator at Kunsthalle Wien, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator of the exhibition. For further information, click here.

#7
VIENNA ART WEEK 2014 – special project No more Fukushimas and follow-up projects. The shows include works by casaluce/geiger & Hana Usui, Julius Deutschbauer & Gabriel Schöller, Luca Faccio, Olga Georgieva, Shinshu Hida, Edgar Honetschläger & Sylvia Eckermann, Sissa Micheli, Takashi Ohno, Atsuko Otsuka, Federico Vecchi, and Erwin Wurm.
Round table about nuclear energy with Judith Brandner, publicist and journalist at Ö1, Lucas Gehrmann, curator at Kunsthalle Wien, Wolfgang Liebert, head of the Institute of Safety/Security and Risk Sciences at BOKU (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), Patricia Lorenz, anti-nuclear campaigner GLOBAL 2000 – Friends of the Earth Austria, and Marcus Rennhofer, photovoltaic expert at AIT (Austrian Institute of Technology) / moderation by Tristan Jorde, actor. Produced and curated by Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

#6
Exhibition at Bildraum 07 in Vienna: inaugurated on 9 September 2014 by Günter Schönberger, CEO of Bildrecht, Erwin Wurm, artist, and Marcello Farabegoli, curator.

#5
SALOTTO.VIENNA – Viennese Art Salon 2014, ex Pescheria Salone degli Incanti in Trieste (IT): Presented by MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art, comunicato stampa del Comune di Trieste. Curated and produced by Jürgen F. Weishäupl; co-curated by Giovanni Damiani, Marcello Farabegoli and Giulio Polita.

#4
Exhibition Wiener Werke at Im Ersten in Vienna: inaugurated on 31 March 2014 by Clara Bencivenga-Trillmich, director of the Italian culture institute of Vienna, Hermann Nitsch, artist, and
Marcello Farabegoli, curator and producer of the exhibition.

#3
Benefit event for EMERGENCY at Filmcasino in Vienna: Projection of the Oscar-nominated short movie OPEN HEART on 15 December 2013. Supported by, amongst many others, Marcello Farabegoli.

#2
VIENNA ART WEEK 2013 – special project at Kunsthalle Wien Museumsquartier: Show on 19 November by Berlin's legendary Club der polnischen Versager (Club of Polish Failures). Curated and produced by Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

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VIENNA ART WEEK 2012 – special project at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz: Presentation on 20 November of catalogue Hana Usui. Drawings on paper 20062012 by Eugenio d'Auria, Italian ambassador, and Monika Knofler, director of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Curated and produced by Marcello Farabegoli. For further information, click here.

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FURTHER LINKS:
Hana Usui
Takashi Ohno
Ushio Shinohara
Institut für Kunst, Kultur und Zukunftsfähigkeit e.V.


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