The Museum der Moderne Salzburg will host Tanja Boukals show
‘Political Correctness’ from November 2013

Salzburg (Austria) | 9. November 2013 - 2. March 2014

Online-review (German): Drehpunkt Kultur. Press reviews (German only) for Download

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg shows Tanja Boukal’s show Political Correctness at the Museum at the Mönchsberg from November, 9th 2013.

In their press statement they wrote: “Tanja Boukal has a highly developed feeling for changes in society. During the time she has been concerned with these issues, she has acquired a whole spectrum of craft-based techniques. With their help she removes the veil from images that we only perceive for an instant. While the informational content of the images becomes continuously redundant, she works up these photographs in a time-consuming work process that often relies on local and traditional craft techniques. Alongside her own expertise, the multiplicity of embroidery and knitting techniques in this process also reflects the intensity of research into the socio-cultural background of the individual revolts. The artist regards this form of expression as a kind of ‘historisation’ of short-lived images that turned them into ‘museum-ready pieces’. In this way she gets to the heart of what she considers worth remembering and invests a great deal of significance in the virtually invisible.”

The following works are on display in the exhibition: Pandora’s Box, Rewind: Pablo’s Portrait, Rewind: Obersalzberg, Rewind: Revolution, Hanging by the Thread, Off Shore,Let’s Make Money,Let’s Make Money 2013, Better Homes, That’s What They Said, All That Glitter And Gold, Glück und Glas, Those In Darkness Drop From Sight, Revolution Will Not Be Televised, Unfinished, Memento

Museum der Moderne Salzburg
Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Tuesday – Sunday 10am–6pm, Wednesday 10am–8pm


Museum der Moderne Salzburg
Mönchsberg 32
5020 Salzburg