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There is no avoiding Erwin Wurm in 2017. Internationally represented in several major exhibitions, his works are most notably be shown alongside Brigitte Kowanz at the Austrian Pavilion of this year’s Art Biennial in Venice. The Belvedere has been documenting the renowned artist’s work in preparation for the Biennale and, beginning in June, the Belvedere 21 will show his statues and performative sculptures. To kick things off, visitors are greeted by Wurm’s Fat House on the Upper Belvedere.

Rachel Whiteread has worked for a number of years on a series of huts and houses typically found in remote and difficult-to-access locations.  One of these works cast in concrete, titled Chicken Shed, was made especially for this retrospective and depicts a small chicken shed that originally stood in the English county of Norfolk. The surface of the cast concrete even contains recognizable details from the hand-sawn wood used to construct the shed. The sculpture was installed in 2017 on the grounds of Tate Britain in London and now serves as the precursor to the exhibition at the Belvedere 21 in the gardens of the Upper Belvedere. Chicken Shed by Rachel Whiteread will be on view, free of charge, until the end of July 2018.

Pondělí

9 am - 6 pm

Úterý

9 am - 6 pm

Středa

9 am - 6 pm

Čtvrtek

9 am - 6 pm

Pátek

9 am - 9 pm

Sobota

9 am - 6 pm

Neděle

9 am - 6 pm

Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere/Orangery from 10 am