Tender Touches

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Visual Arts

Tender Touches

  • 18 Oct 2016 — 13 Jan 2017
Tender Touches by Renate Bertlmann
Tender Touches by Renate Bertlmann

Austrian Cultural Forum London

28 Rutland GateLondon SW7 1PQ

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Exhibition continues until Friday 13 January 2017

Taking its title from a series of works 'Tender Touches', 1976, by avant garde Austrian artist Renate Bertlmann, this exhibition presents works which examine representations of body, sexuality and relationships. The exhibition, curated by Daria Khan, traces its development and transformation from 70s until contemporary artists’ practice. Artworks tackle stereotypes of representation, fetishisation, domesticity, as wells as digitalisation and hybridity of these notions and their forms.

The exhibition features work by:
Renate Bertlmann (1943, Austria)
Friedl vom Gröller/Kubelka (1946, Austria)
Eva Stenram (1976, Sweden)
Zoe Williams (1983, UK)
Julia Zastava (1982, Russia/Austria)

During the private view Zoe Williams will present Village Baroque; a collaboration with musician Vicky Steiri who will play a series of piano interludes accompanied by the serving of fine brandy and a ceremonial gateau throughout the evening.

OPENING TIMES:
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Please note our holiday opening times:
24-27 December 2016: CLOSED
28-30 December 2016: 9am-1pm
31 December 2016 - 2 January 2017: CLOSED
From 3 January: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

ACCOMPANYING EVENTS:
Sunday 23 October, 3pm, The Photographers' Gallery
Anna Vasof: Mechanisms of Happiness
Live Performance

Thursday 27 - Sunday 30 October, Close-Up Cinema
VALIE EXPORT Film Retrospective

Wednesday 16 November, 7pm, ACF London
Friedl vom Gröller, talk and film screening


The exhibition is presented in connection with the Photographers’ Gallery presentation of Feminist Avant Garde works from the Verbund Collection, Vienna and thanks to the support of the Richard Saltoun Gallery.