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‘No Preconceived Images in my Mind‘

EIKON Schauraum, newly reopened just before the coronavirus lockdown, presents Michael Höpfner, an artist who has been dedicated to the practice of walking for many years - often in remote places like the Tibetan highlands. Since the exhibition ‘Von Ruthok nach Lhamo Latso‘, like so many others, was forced to close on short notice, Michael Höpfner and Nela Eggenberger met online to discuss the exhibited works. The showroom at Q21/MuseumsQuartier Wien will reopen to visitors on 15 May.

VIENNA SHORTS. International Short Film Festival

Q21 Backstage: this year, VIENNA SHORTS - Vienna’s international Festival for Short Film, Animation and Music Video will take place from May 28 until June 2 as an online edition. Since 2004, the festival screens around 300 Films of up to 30 minutes in length in competitive and non-competitive programs, including programs for children and young people.

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Spread over 90,000m2 in central Vienna and encompassing 60 cultural institutions, the MuseumsQuartier Wien is one of the largest districts for contemporary art and culture in the world. Nothing is off limits at the MuseumsQuartier. Historic architecture meets contemporary design. High culture meets subcultures. The spectrum ranges from fine art, architecture, music, fashion, theater, dance, literature, children’s culture, game culture, and street art to design and photography.

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