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AICA AUSTRIA: Art Critic Residency in Vienna

AICA Austria International Art Critics Residence Program

Hundertwasser apartment in Vienna
photo: Stefan Joham


mid-August to mid September 2015 Deadline: May 16, 2015


Camillo-Sitte-Gasse 9/19
A-1150 Vienna

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The Austrian Section of the International Art Critics Association AICA is pleased to announce a residency program for international art critics.

The residency is located in a 120 square meter apartment in the 3rd district of Vienna, close to the city center with a great number of art museums. The apartment is part of the Kunst Haus Wien, Vienna´s museum which focuses on photography and holds the collection of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000).

Hundertwasser designed the building in 1991 in his own artistic style. 'It is a house that does not follow the usual standards, an adventure of modern times, a journey into a country of creative architecture,' Hundertwasser said.

The residency apartment used to be Hundertwasser´s private home, including an extraordinary 200 square meter roof top garden – the oldest one in Vienna.

The residency will be from mid-August until mid-September 2015. AICA AUSTRIA will pay for the flight and provide 1000,- Euros for the four weeks' stay. The art critic should start the residency with an informal talk in English or German, presenting his/her local art scene in a semi-public talk. At the end AICA Austria expects an informal talk giving his/her impressions about the stay.

Applications: The art critic should have at least 5 years of experience in continuously publishing on contemporary art in art magazines or newspapers. Applicants should send 3 short reviews and 2 longer essays on contemporary art, a photograph, CV and a list of publications.

Please send applications to:

Deadline: May 16, 2015