Exhibitions — September 2, 2020

Anastasia Samoylova at KUNST HAUS WIEN

After Us, The Flood


Dwindling glaciers and polar caps, rising sea levels and entire land areas reduced to steppes: the repercussions of man-made climate change have long become visible for us all to see. The 21 Austrian and international artists featured at the exhibition illustrate through photography and video the ecological consequences of our growth-orientated economic system at the global level. Often produced during years of research and collaboration with scientists, their works lend a visual form to the abstract processes and complex correlations of the climate crisis. They move us at an emotional level. Nach uns die Sintflut (After Us, the Flood) uses the resources of art to highlight the urgency of the need for sustainable action.

Anastasia Samoylova, Roots, 2018 | From the series FloodZone | Archival Pigment Print or Dye-Sublimation Print on Metal | 100 x 80 cm and 127 x 100 cm | ed. 5 + AP

The programme of the exhibition reflects the concerns and key issues that KUNST HAUS WIEN is pursuing as a Green Museum: the environment and sustainability as well as artistic photography.

Artists: Benoit Aquin, Ursula Biemann, Axel Braun, Solmaz Daryani, Verena Dengler, Michael Goldgruber, Justin Brice Guariglia, Stephan Huber, Genoveva Kriechbaum, Anouk Kruithof, Bénédicte Kurzen, Douglas Mandry, Benedikt Partenheimer, Sarker Protick, Gabriele Rothemann, Anastasia Samoylova, Christina Seely, Nicole Six & Paul Petritsch, Frank Thiel, Angela Tiatia



16 September 2020 – 14 February 2021

Everyday 10am-6pm