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Per Kirkeby - Bricks: Sculpture and Architecture
Per Kirkeby (*1938 in Copenhagen) is internationally the most important representative of contemporary Scandinavian art. The exhibition will display the large-format preparatory drawings in ink and red chalk for Per Kirkeby’s brick sculptures along with small-scale sketches, sketchbooks, and photographs. Furthermore over a hundred of Per Kirkeby’s books will be on show which Kunsthaus Bregenz also received as a gift.
The women’s museum in Hittisau is the only one of its kind in Austria and makes artistic creation by women and their living environments visible in changing exhibitions. The museum is accommodated in a modern timber building in the village centre. For a long time, mountaineering was a male domain. The exhibition showcases pioneering female alpinists of the 19th and 20th centuries. At the same time, it directs attention to women who have always lived and worked in the mountains: high-alpine farming women, herdswomen, female poachers, smugglers and mountain guides.
Luaga & Losna (look & listen) is a theatre festival for children and young people. The first part of the festival is hosted from 30 June to 4 July in Nenzing, the second from 1-5 September in Feldkirch.
The idyllic roads of the Montafon and Vorarlberg provide the backdrop for a competition that is not about top speed, but about maximum precision. That’s why the oldest vehicles in the field – whether a Bentley or Duesenberg, mostly from the 1920s – have the same chance as the younger vehicles built up to model year 1992.
At the Montafon Arlberg Marathon you can feel the life in a special way. The route is mainly on forest roads and trails, from Silbertal in the Natura 2000 area, up to about 1935 meters and down to St. Anton am Arlberg.
For over two decades, the poolbar festival has been dedicated to pop music, fashion, architecture and design. The main site of the festival, which will run from 10 July to 15 August in Feldkirch and attracts some 20,000 visitors from all around the world, is the old indoor pool. An architecture contest is staged each year for the temporary design of the rooms and the immediate surroundings.
More than fifty international galeries and cultural institutions attend the "art bodensee" in Dornbirn. Contemporary art works of high quality can be seen and purchased in the genres of drawing, painting, photography and sculpture.
Drawing a crowd of more than 30,000 visitors on one day, this event is the largest family festival in Europe. More than 60 stations with games, entertainment programme and many opportunit ies for tasting chocolate.
"Nessun dorma" - One of the most famous of all arias was composed by Giacomo Puccini for his last opera "Turandot". The festival is due to open for its 70th season on 22 July 2015 with Giacomo Puccini's Opera on the lake stage. Tickets for the 2015 season are on sale.