Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is the Time
August 19, 2023 - January 14, 2024
August 19, 2023 - January 14, 2024
This is the second venue of the survey exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is the Time, organized by Ellen Egemose for the Kunstmuseum Brandts and Stephen Hepworth of the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation and with the exhibition designer Anne Schnettler. The exhibition shows 140 works including paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics and glass representing four decades of Kiki Kogelnik's production plus archive material.
The exhibition is produced by the Kunstforum Wien in collaboration with the Kunstmuseum Brandts, the Kunsthaus Zürich and the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation.
Curated by Martina Weinhart, Plastic World is a major group exhibition focusing on the fascinating history of plastics in fine art. The show presents objects, assemblages, installations, films and documentations, and opens up a broad panorama of the artistic use and evaluation of plastic, which reflects the societal context of the time. The spectrum extends from the euphoria of pop culture in the 1960s to the futuristic influence of the space age to the ecocritical positions of recent times.
On view are four works by Kiki Kogelnik and, in total, over 100 works from some 50 international artists, including Monira Al Qadiri, Archigram, Arman, Eva Hesse, Hans Hollein, Gino Marotta, and Pascale Marthine Tayou.
June 10 - September 10, 2023
With more than 80 emblematic works, some of which have never been previously exhibited by the Pinault Collection, Forever Sixties sheds light on a decisive moment in the history of contemporary art, the visual revolution of the 1960s, and its enduring legacy in the creative movement of the following decades.
Kiki Kogelnik's painting Outer Space (1964) and her ceramic sculpture Sleepy Head (1974) are shown alongside works by Richard Avedon, Evelyne Axell, John Baldessari, Richard Hamilton, Barbara Kruger, Martial Raysse, Niki de Saint Phalle, and others.
The exhibition was curated by Emma Lavigne, General Director of the Pinault Collection, with Tristan Bera, Research Officer.
Washington, DC, USA
March 17 - September 10, 2023
This exhibition displays a selection of artworks that have been added to the National Gallery’s collection of modern and contemporary art over the last three years; one of these artworks is Kiki Kogelnik's painting Night (1964).
Booth D8, Santa Monica Airport
Los Angeles, USA
February 16 - February 19, 2023
Kiki Kogelnik's Untitled (Robots) (c. 1967), a work from her iconic series of works on paper made using anatomical rubber stamps, is schown alongside works by artists such as Yoshitomo Nara, Robert Longo, and Mary Corse.
The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Suite M333, Palm Beach, USA
February 9 - March 12, 2023
The thematic group exhibition spotlights paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, and digital works inspired by the landscapes of the tropics, and brings together artworks created across varied time periods and geographies in a bountiful tableau. The show includes 31 intergenerational artists; amongst them: Alexander Calder, Nathalie Du Pasquier, David Hockney, Loie Hollowell, Kiki Kogelnik, Irving Penn, Alejandro Piñero Bello, and Mika Tajima.
The survey exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Now Is the Time, curated by
Lisa Ortner-Kreil, examines the work of Kogelnik through the prism of seven chapters: The Exhibition at Galerie St. Stephan: The Viennese Debut; New York: Pop and New Realities; Space Art, Robots, and the Hybrid Body; Masquerades: Representations of the Self; Being and Pretending: Portraits of Women from the 1970s; Big City Freedoms: Ceramics and Animal Motifs; and Into Space, through Time: Art, Death, and Life. The exhibition includes 140 works in all media representing four decades of her production plus archive material, and will tour to Kunstmuseum Brandts, Odense, Denmark, in 2023 and to Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland, in 2024.
Washington, DC, USA
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of Kiki Kogelnik's Night (1964) by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Night, painted as a goodbye letter to Kogelnik's then-lover, is likely the final work in a suite of large-scale paintings begun on her return to New York from Europe. These paintings are characterized by the use of silhouetted bodies or body parts painted in bright solid colors that appear to float against a graphic background fashioned from metallic and color disks. Portraying the demise of her relationship, it is an intimate understanding of death as an ever-present force in life.
Booth BF04, Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
January 12 - 15, 2023
One of Kiki Kogelnik's works on paper titled Robots (1966) is schown alongside works by artists such as Luise Nevelson, Claes Oldenburg, Huong Dodinh and Latifa Echakhch.
Booth F11, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, USA
November 29 - December 3, 2022
Kiki Kogelnik's paintings from the 1960s are shown alongside works by artists such as Gideon Appah, Nancy Graves and General Idea.
November 16, 2022 - March 24, 2023
The group show Plastic Heart: Surface All the Way Through is an experimental exhibition examining plastic as art material, cultural object, geologic process, petrochemical product, and a synthetic substance fully entangled with the human body. A silver gelatin print depicting Kiki Kogelnik wrapped in a variety of her foam sculptures walking the streets of Manhattan in 1967 is shown alongside works by artists such as Naum Gabo, Tegan Moore and Meagan Musseau. The exhibition, curated by Synthetic Collective, was presented in the fall of 2021 at University of Toronto Art Centre bug completely redesigned for the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris.
November 5, 2022 - April 10, 2023
A Gateway to Possible Worlds, curated by Alexandra Müller, brings together over 200 works from the late 1960s to the present day in its aim to explore the bonds between imaginary worlds and reality, using philosophical, psycholoigcal, political, societal and ecological themes. Two of Kiki Kogelnik's works, Female Robot (1964) and Untitled (Small Hanging) (1968), which are part of the collection of the Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou, are included in this exhibition.
Kiki Kogelnik's Blue Bird, 1974, is on view on Pace's booth at Paris+, Art Basel's newest art fair in the French capital. Kogelnik's first ceramic works were a series of bulbous heads made in 1974. Many of these sculptures can be seen as self portraits as they feature various exaggerated aspects of how she styled herself.
Kiki Kogelnik's jewel-like painting New Re-Entry Shape, 1965, can be seen on Pace's booth at Frieze London. The bodies and body parts float against an ambiguous, gaseous, sprayed colored paint background and demonstrate Kogelnik's embracing of the recent availablitiy of spray paint.
September 22, 2022 - February 26, 2023
Kiki Kogelnik is included in the exhibition The Animal Within. Creatures in (and outside) the mumok Collection, which celebrates the mumok's 60th anniversary. It sets out to address questions and uses of popular appeal of animals in reflecting on the nature of sex, hunger, and affection, as well as on family and gender relations, socialization and domestication. The exhibition is curated by Manuela Ammer and ulrike Müller.
Included in the group exhibition Drawing Down the Moon is Kiki Kogelnik's 1968 silkscreen print Moon Baby, which is in the collection of the Hammer Museum's Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts. The exhibition is organized by Allegra Pesenti.
Kiki Kogelnik's paintings Outer Space, 1964, and Really George, You Shouldn't Have, 1966, are shown with Pace, while four small paintings as well as two drawings, all from the 1960s, can be seen with Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
June 2, 2022 - January 15, 2023
Future Bodies from a Recent Past—Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s brings to life a hitherto little-noticed phenomenon in art, and more particularly in sculpture: the reciprocal interpenetration of body and technology. With more than 100 works and several large-scale installations by about 60 artists—primarily from Europe, the United States, and Japan—the exhibition focuses on the major technological changes since World War II and their influence on our ideas of the body.
The exhibition is curated by Patrizia Dander and Franziska Linhardt and accompanied by a substantial catalgoue published by Deutscher Kunstverlag available in English and German.
The Kiki Kogelnik Foundation is pleased to announce the second solo presentation of the work of Kiki Kogelnik at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York. The exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Women shifts the focus to the 1970s and her ideas about how women were seen and treated in the world at that time.
Drawing on the images found within the pages of fashion magazines, in the 1970s she embarked on a series of paintings that showed their subjects as both empowered and absurd as they performed their assigned roles. Stripped of the context of a photoshoot, dressed in fiercely patterned dresses and bathing suits, augmented by the occasional prop, their dynamic poses contrast with their painted faces, and eyes that no longer appear to harbor any emotion. Echoing her interest in the idea of the cyborg from the previous decade, they are in her own words: “beautiful, rich, worldly, superficial, bored, neither happy nor unhappy, no deep thoughts, no sentiment, no feelings.”
The exhibition includes 10 paintings and 21 works on paper that date from 1962 to 1985 that explore: her fascination with Marilyn Monroe, the body as a sexual object, pregnancy, beauty, glamor, abuse, the face, and the mask.
May 1 - October 30, 2022
The exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: This Is Your Life. An Archival Account, marking the year of the 25th anniversary of the artist’s death, seeks to tell the story of her life through photographs, personal documents, self portraits, works by other artists, letters, notes, films, and exhibition invitations and posters. The Werner Berg Museum is situated a few doors away from the house Kiki Kogelnik grew up in and later established a studio to work in during the summer months, when she visited her mother from New York. The exhibition is curated by Anna Sauer, archivist of the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation.
April 23 - November 27, 2022
Kiki Kogelnik is to be included in the main exhibition at the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia titled The Milk of Dreams and curated by Cecilia Alemani, director and chief curator of High Line Art in New York. Her show's title is a reference to a series of drawings that were later turned into a children's book by Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington and will focus on three distinct areas of inquiry: "the representation of bodies and their metamorphoses; the relationship between individuals and technologies; the connection between bodies and the Earth."
April 22 - August 28, 2022
This is the third and final venue of the exhibition’s European tour. Featuring over 100 pieces created by a generation of women from Europe and North America who constitute the less well-known side of the pop movement, it includes work from the fields of painting, installation, performance, sculpture and film. For this presentation at the Kunsthaus Graz, the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation has lent additional works from its collection to reflect more fully Kiki Kogelnik’s relationship to Pop Art. Amazons of Pop! is organized by the MAMAC in Nice, France, in collaboration with Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany, and Kunsthaus Graz, Austria.
February 16 - May 1, 2022
The exhibition Party for Öyvind reaches the second venue of its tour. Curated by Barbro Schultz-Lundestam and Gunnar Lundestam, it aims to shed light on Öyvind Fahlström's diverse artistic output and includes artwork by a variety of his friends, including Kiki Kogelnik, showing how they interacted with and inspired each other.
Two of Kiki Kogelnik's paintings from 1964 are shown with Mitchell-Innes & Nash, while six works on paper from the same year can be seen with Simone Subal Gallery. Both playful and colorful, they explore ideas about the body, the future, and outer space.
October 15, 2021 - February 6, 2022
This exhibition, curated by Anne Dressen with Margot Nguyen, offers a comprehensive survey of the medium of ceramics and is comprised of more than 350 pieces ranging in date from the Neolithic to the present day. A constant source of inspiration and expression for craftspeople, artists or designers, ceramics—from keramos meaning "clay" in Greek—is one of the oldest cultural manifestations of humanity. The Flames creates an unprecedented and productive dialogue between typologies of objects from various periods and contexts that traces influences and notes coincidences.
October 2, 2021 - March 6, 2022
The exhibition features approximately 100 pieces created by a genreation of women from Europe and North America who constitute the less well-known side of the pop movement. It includes work from the fields of painting, installation, performance, sculpture and film and invites visitors to delve into the world of pop and a period of awakening: the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s. Amazons of Pop! is organized by the MAMAC in Nice in collaboration with Kunsthalle zu Kiel and Kunsthaus Graz.
Booth G6, Hall 2, Messe Basel, Basel, Switzerland
September 21 - 26, 2021
Kiki Kogelnik's paintings from the 1960s are shown alongside works by artists such as Joseph Beuys, Pope.L, Annette Lemieux and General Idea.
Avant-Garde and the Contemporary:
The Belvedere Collection from Lassnig to Knebl
September 15, 2021 - February 19, 2023
This exhibition, curated by Luisa Ziaja, brings a distinguished selection of contemporary and historical artistic approaches from the collection of the Belvedere and the Artothek des Bundes, the collection of the Republic of Austria, into a dynamic and constructive dialogue. The installation is conceived as an energetic structure of constellations, examined for continuities and ruptures, relevance and redundancy. Through multiple narrative strands, the show provides insights into art since the 1930s and hightlights key artistic currents and tendencies. Kiki Kogelnik is represented by the two works Harlem (1961) and Now Is the Time (1972).
September 17 - December 4, 2021
Presented as part of the city of Toulouse's festival Le Printemps de septembre, this solo exhibition focuses on twenty-eight works on paper from the 1960s, 70s and 80s that address ideas of the social, medical and technological body. Through her work, Kiki Kogelnik observed that the bodies shaped by the consumer society lose their uniqueness, become empty envelopes, interchangeable, deleteable, are sent into space or fragmented by bombs as victims of the ambivalence of progress. Both serious and light, Kiki Kogelnik's works navigate a world that is both dystopian and utopian, where science is as oppressive and destructive as it is liberating and creative. The exhibition is curated by David Lemaire and Cécile Poblon.
Party for Öyvind aims to shed light on Öyvind Fahlström's diverse artistic output—film, painting, poetry, sculpture, music, performance and more—and includes artwork by a variety of his friends showing how they interacted with and inspired each other: Kiki Kogelnik, Roy Lichtenstein, Barbro Östlihn, Claes Oldenburg and Robert Rauschenberg, amongst others. The exhibition is curated by Barbro Schultz-Lundestam and Gunnar Lundestam.
September 8 - November 20, 2021
The group show Plastic Heart: Surface All the Way Through is an experimental exhibition examining plastic as art material, cultural object, geologic process, petrochemical product, and a synthetic substance fully entangled with the human body. A silver gelatin print depicting Kiki Kogelnik wrapped in a variety of her foam sculptures walking the streets of Manhattan in 1967 is shown alongside works by artists such as Naum Gabo, Tegan Moore and Meagan Musseau. The exhibition is curated by Synthetic Collective.
The exhibition, Falling, is inspired by a painting, Falling in Love Again, created by Kiki Kogelnik in 1962. Falling draws from Kogelnik's free and monumental spirit—an evolutionary narrative of the artist and person. It focuses on the period 1960 to 1964, a time of momentous change for her, as she made the move from war-torn Austria to the bright lights of New York via the sun-drenched cities of California. The fifteen paintings included in the exhibition, many of which have not been shown before, are exceptional examples of Kogelnik's use of color and form, that bring together the languages of figuration and abstraction.
Enjoy displays works from the mumok collection from classical modernism to the present day. It is both a survey of the past and a glimpe ahead to the future. The exhibition sets out to convey the intertwining of past and present as a living process of continual reassessment and reevaulation that reflects ever changing socio-political, social-cultural and philosophical developments and discourses. The main themes cut across time and media: the depicition of life in society, the human body and nature, as well as migration and the drawing of boundaries. Kiki Kogelnik is represented by a range of works from the 1960s and 70s.
January 1 - December 31, 2021
Rotations 2021 - Accrochage Collections Modernes is the rehang of the collection galleries at the Centre Pompidou. This presentation features a special focus on Kiki Kogelnik that can be found in Room 31 where her four works Female Robot (1964), Woman with Artificial Heart (1964), Untitled (Small Hanging) (1968) and It Hurts with a Scissor (1974-76) from their collection are given further context shown alongside a painting by Gary Hume.
October 3, 2020 - August 29, 2021
She-Bam Pow POP Wizz! The Amazons of POP is a significant museum exhibition that tells the story of a generation of European and North American women who are increasingly being recognized as having made an essential contribution to the history of Pop Art. Featuring the work of 36 artists, it will contrast the parallel developements of Nouveau Réalisme and Pop Art which will be seen alongside fantasy figures inspired by the worlds of cartoons, cinema and television.
Kiki Kogelnik is represented by works drawn from the collection of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the Fondation Gandur pour l'Art, Geneva, a private collection in Paris and the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation. The exhibition is curated by Hélène Guenin, Director of the MAMAC, and Géraldine Gourbe, philosopher, art critic and curator.
Prague, Czech Republic
September 5 - October 17, 2020
The inspiration for the group show The Unremarkableness of Disobedient Desire comes from Sapienza Goliarda's novel The Art of Joy which was published in 2005, nine years after the author's death. Its story follows Modesta who is sensual, proud and determined, as she seeks to discover the infite richness of life, setting out to destroy all social barriers that might impede her quest for the fulfilment of her desires through the 20th century.
Kiki Kogelnik is featured with three works on paper from 1964 alongside five contemporary artists. The show is curated by Laura Amann, Assistant Curator at Kunsthalle Wien.
Secret Storm is a group exhibition, organized by George Newall, featuring eight artists encompassing artworks of a personal nature, oftentimes evocative of highly individualized experiences. At times diaristic in their approach, the works presented variously include family photographs, intimate studies, cosmic ruminations, as well as broader reflections on art-making. Kiki Kogelnik's work on paper Untitled (Robots) from 1966 will be on view alongside works by artists such as Philip Guston and Ann Weathersby.
The gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday from 12 to 5 pm. Advance appointments can be made online via their appointment calendar. Maximum capacity in the space is ten people. Masks are required.
Painting is a group show bringing together nine artists with a focus on painterly practices. Each artist is represented by one work in the exhibition. While the majority of the exhibiting artists have creative output that expands beyond the application of paint, this exhibition focuses on the various ways this medium is used.
The gallery is only open by appoinment until further notice. To make an appointment please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kiki Kogelnik Foundation is proud to announce the inclusion of Kiki Kogelnik‘s work in the inaugural exhibition at the Albertina Modern, Vienna: The Beginning. Art in Austria, 1945-1980. The exhibition features the leading exponents of Austrian art’s post-1945 renewal, and presents a new perspective on the decades that prefigure and define contemporary art practice today.
Housed in the restored and modernized Künstlerhaus on Karlsplatz, the Albertina Modern will use its 2,500 sqm to present comprehensive exhibitions of works by important Austrian and international artists. Its collection encompasses over 60,000 works by 5,000 artists with the significant Essl Collection as its foundation.
In 1974, Kiki Kogelnik made her first ceramic works and they soon became a key activity in her artistic practice. Kiki Kogelnik: Riot of Objects is the first institutional show to focus solely on this aspect of her œuvre. Displaying freestanding works dating from the 1950s throughout the 1990s, the exhibition demonstrates Kogelnik’s boundless capacity for invention and restless commitment to making. The show is curated by Chris Sharp.
La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
February 23 - September 20, 2020
Kiki Kogelnik - Les cyborgs ne sont pas respectueuses, the artist's first institutional solo exhibition in Switzerland, will focus on the subject of the body in Kogelnik's practice as being addressed in three different ways: the social, the medical and the mechanical. Over 100 artworks will be presented, spanning four decades from the early 1960s to the 1990s. The show is curated by David Lemaire, Director of the Musée des beaux-arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds, and Marie Gaitzsch, Associate Curator at the Musée des beaux-arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Stand F5, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, USA
December 5 - 8, 2019
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to show Kiki Kogelnik's Love Couple alongside works by artists such as Nancy Graves, Karl Haendel, Chris Johanson, Mary Kelly and Jacolby Satterwhite at Art Basel Miami Beach.
The exhibition The Assembled Human presents artists' reactions to industrialization, technologization and digitization of the last 150 years. Two of Kiki Kogelnik's works, Vibrations of a Composite Circuit (1965) and Woman Astronaut (c. 1964) from the Fondation Gandur pour l'Art's collection, will be on display together with works by artists such as Ed Atkins, Giacomo Balla, Helen Chadwick, Marcel Duchamp, Eva Hesse, Frederick Kiesler, René Magritte, Man Ray and many others.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
October 12 - November 17, 2019
Miller ICA is pleased to feature four works by Kiki Kogelnik in the group exhibition This Skin of Ours, including other artists such as Kader Attia, Byron Kim and Sara Greenberger Rafferty. The show is curated by Liz Park, Curator of Exhibitions at UB Art Galleries in Buffalo, New York.
Athens, Georgia, USA
October 4 - November 16, 2019
The Dodd Galleries are happy to present two of Kiki Kogelnik’s 1960s drawings alonside artworks by Julia Scher, Erika Vogt and Lisa Williamson. The exhibition is curated by Tif Sigfrids, co-director of ACES (Arts Career Entrepreneurial Space) at the Lamar Dodd School of Art.
Booth D10, Regent's Park, London, UK
October 3 - 6, 2019
Museum der Moderne is pleased to present Kiki Kogelnik works alongside works by Darren Almond, Pawel Althamer, Rene Burri, Johan Christian Dahl, Dubossarsky & Vinogradov, Sylvie Fleury, Liam Gillick, Hannah Höch, Kiki Kogelnik, David Lamelas, Zilla Leutenegger, René Magritte, Jyoti Mistry, Andrei Sokolov, Andy Warhol, Nives Widauer and others. This exhibtion, curated by Thorsten Sadowsky with Christina Penetsdorfer and Tina Teufel, explores the history of artists’ engagement with the Moon, from the Romantic era to the present day.
Orginally presented at Kunsthaus Zürich, curated by Cathérine Hug.
Magenta Plains is pleased to present works by Kiki Kogelnik along side artists such as Brook Hsu, Penny Slinger, Hans Bellman and many others in A Detached Hand, curated by Nicole Will.
The exhibition is an articulation of the “model of difference” put forth by the late art historian Linda Nochlin in her lecture from 1994, The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity.
Campoli Presti is pleased to present works by Kiki Kogelnik in Self Portrait with Visor, alongside Sylvie Auvray, John Berger, Nick Mauss, Eileen Quinlan, Emily Sundblad and Cheyney Thompson.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present the solo exhibtion Kiki Kogelnik, which offers an extensive overview into Kiki Kogelnik's expansive oeuvre.
Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present Surrogates, a group exhibtion with Kiki Kogelnik, Hugeutte Caland and Lynn Hershman Leeson.
April 5 - June 30, 2019
Kunsthaus Zürich is pleased to present Kiki Kogelnik works along side works by Darren Almond, Pawel Althamer, Rene Burri, Johan Christian Dahl, Dubossarsky & Vinogradov, Sylvie Fleury, Liam Gillick, Hannah Höch, Kiki Kogelnik, David Lamelas, Zilla Leutenegger, René Magritte, Jyoti Mistry, Andrei Sokolov, Andy Warhol, Nives Widauer and others. This exhibtion, curated by Cathérine Hug, explores the history of artists’ engagement with the Moon, from the Romantic era to the present day.
Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present works by Kiki Kogelnik along side Huguette Caland, Mary Corse, Pail Feeley, Ken Price and James Turrell
at the inagural edition of Frieze Los Angeles.
February 14 - May 19, 2019
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter is pleased to present the second edition of the exhibition The Moon: From Inner Worlds to Outer Space, commemorating the imminent 50th anniversary of man's first steps on the Moon.
The second edition of this large-scale exhibition has been curated by Caroline Ugelstad and Susanne Østbye Sæther and includes artists such as: Max Ernst, Marlene Dumas, Man Ray, Robert Rauschenberg, Rachel Rose and many more.
December 29, 2018 - July 31, 2019
Muzeum Susch is pleased to present works by Kiki Kogelnik in its inagural exhibition, along with artists such as Paulina Olowska, Laura Grisi, Helena Almeida, Carol Rama and Carla Accardi. This exhibition is curated by Kasia Redzisz.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present works by Kiki Kogelnik, along with artists such as Pope. L, Monica Bonvicini, Sarah Braman and Mary Kelly, at FIAC Paris 2018.
September 29, 2018 - June 16, 2019
Frans Hals Museum is pleased to present Noise! Frans Hals, Otherwise, an exhibition which brings together contemporary artworks that similarly play with and speculate on the notion of portraiture.
Curated by Melanie Bühler.
September 13, 2018 - January 20, 2019
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is pleased to present The Moon: From Inner Worlds to Outer Space, commemorating the imminent 50th anniversary of man's first steps on the Moon.
Curated by Marie Laurberg.
Medford, MA, USA
August 29 - December 16, 2018
States of Freedom is pleased to present work from the University's Library and Permanent Art Collections alongside sculpture, video, and paintings by contemporary artists Kiki Kogelnik, Derrick Adams, A. K. Burns, Kate Costello, Harry Dodge, Anna K.E., Lucy Kim, Maria Lassnig, Karen C. Moss, Jeanine Oleson, Lorna Simpson, and Alexandria Smith.
Curated by Dina Deitsch, Director and Chief Curator, with Chiara Pidatella, Academic Research Curator, and Elizabeth Kendrick.
New York City, USA
March 4 - April 8, 2018
Simone Subal is pleased to present Kiki Kogelnik - Fragments and Masks, an exhibition focusing on Kiki Kogelnik's works throughout the 70s and 80s.
Foxy Production is pleased to present the participation of Kiki Kogelnik in the group exhibition Mature Themes, curated by John Garcia.
September 9 - October 21, 2017
Salts is pleased to announce Kiki Kogelnik's participation in Soulless Skin, a duo exhibition with Sarah Margnetti, curated by Elise Lammer and Samuel Leuenberger.
Archives of Women Artists is pleased to include Kiki Kogelnik in their online archive aimed at restoring the presence of 20th-century women artists in the history of art.
April 6 - May 14, 2017
The Approach is pleased to present The problem with having a body / is that it always needs to be somewhere, a group exhibition in which the artists share a concern with the way the female body occupies and structures its surrounding space.
Hanne Mugaas and Martin Clark in conversation
Curator of the exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Inner Life, Hanne Mugaas in conversation with Martin Clark, Director of Bergen Kunsthall, from Mousse Magazine.
Kunsthall Stavanger is pleased to present Kiki Koglenik: Inner Life, an exhibition of works focusing on Kiki Kogelnik's prolific period, during the 60s and 70s. Curated by Hanne Mugaas.
September 13 - September 18, 2016
König Galerie is pleased to present Other People's Feelings during Berlin Art Week, 2016.
Foxy Production is pleased to present I Am Silver, an exhibition which comprises portraits that involve refraction, doubling, and detachment.
Garth Greenan Gallery is pleased to present Skins: Body as Matter and Process, a selection of works, mostly from the 1970s, that evoke the human body-both literally and metaphorically.
March 1 - September, 2016
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is pleased to present a cornucopia of international contemporary and classic works of art acquired from 2012 to 2015.
König Galerie is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Kiki Kogelnik in the chapel of the former St. Agnes Church.
Lira Gallery is pleased to present two outstanding positions within Central European art of the recent decades, whose respective developments were accomplished, at times, on the outskirts of the general course of art history.
Mother of the Year
Between Empowerment and Crisis: Images of Motherhood from 1900 to Today
October 23, 2015 - February 21, 2016
LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz is pleased to showcase not only shifts in the stereotypes of motherhood from 1900 to today but also the changes in the perspective from which children see their mothers.
Simone Subal Gallery is pleased to present works by B. Ingrid Olson and Kiki Kogelnik in the Focus section of Frieze London.
Tate Modern is pleased to present a global story of pop art, breaking new ground along the way, and revealing a different side to the artistic and cultural phenomenon.
Laura Castellis reviews the solo exhibition Kiki Kogelnik: Fly Me to the Moon at Modern Art Oxford.
February 21 - July 18, 2015
WAVE/Wolverhampton Art Gallery is pleqased to present the exhibition Pop in Space, which explores artists’ responses to the Space Race during the Cold War.
Artnet News features Kiki Kogelnik and the exhibition Kiki Kogelnik - Cuts, Fissures and Identity: Works from the 1960s and 1970s at Simone Subal Gallery.
New York City, USA
November 2 - December 19, 2014
Simone Subal is pleased to present Kiki Kogelnik - Cuts, Fissures and Identity: Works from the 1960s and 1970s.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present 4 x 4, a historical exhibition of art and design which focuses on four key art movements occurring simultaneously across four continents in the 1960s and 1970s.
König Galerie is pleased present this exhibition focusing on Kiki Kogelnik's paintings, works on paper and sculptures from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s.
Kunsthalle Krems is pleased to present Kiki Kogelnik - Retrospective, a representative and exclusive selection of works by Kiki Kogelnik, some works shown for the first time in Austria.
September 15, 2012 - January 6, 2013
I Have Seen the Future at Kunstverein Hamburg marks the first extensive appraisal of the oeuvre of Kiki Kogelnik in Germany.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is pleased to present this extensive exhibition on the interrelations between art and design of the period.
"Kogelnik’s paintings and drawings, with their fusion of Pop and abstract forms, ambiguous spaces and narratives, now look very up-to-date, with affinities to the figurative work of younger artists such as Anya Kielar or even photog- raphers like Michele Abeles and Talia Chetrit. This Lower East Side gallery, usually devoted to the work of emerging artists, seemed a fitting venue for Kogelnik’s art."
Kunsthalle Wien's Power Up exhibition aims at the reinterpretation of an art movement that until today has primarily been associated with male protagonists.
New York City, USA
October 15, 2010 - January 9, 2011
The Brooklyn Museum examines the impact of women artists on the traditionally male-dominated field of Pop art.