‘Covering the various regions of the province, using a large-format panorama of films and moving images, the mobile pavilion tells of Styria as a province of art, which manifests itself as an essential component in all areas of life.’

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Styria is a province of art. The variety of prominent artistic positions is outstanding, especially in the younger and middle generations. This forward-looking breadth and strength is what makes the Styrian art scene special. In SHOWING STYRIA mobile pavilion, 23 unusual, fascinating and unexpected angles on Styrian artists can be found.

Taking the perspective of research and innovations, informative films offer short insights into and surveys of the varied forms of art and new trends in the region, as well as the bio-diversity of the cultural landscape, the plethora of languages, and also contaminated landscapes.

In this way, these films expand the cultural area with knowledge of Styria, and illustrate the spirit of innovation found in Styria.

With its monumental video installation, the mobile pavilion will tour throughout the province as a travelling branch of SHOWING STYRIA.

Vienna: 07 to 18 April 2021
A physical visit to the mobile pavilion at Vienna's Heldenplatz is currently not possible due to the current Covid guidelines.

Hartberg: 08 May to 04 June 2021

Spielberg: 05 to 25 July 2021 (01 to 04 July 2021 exclusively with Formula 1 ticket)

Schladming: 14 August to 05 September 2021

Bad Radkersburg: 25 September to 31 October 2021

‘As part of SHOWING STYRIA, the mobile pavilion as a travelling branch of the Universalmuseum Joanneum re-defines the format of provincial exhibitions. Covering the various regions of the province, using a large-format panorama of films and moving images, it tells of Styria as a province of art, which manifests itself as an essential component in all areas of life.’

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Partner (mobile pavilion)

‘We were excited by the innovative concept of the mobile pavilion, in which Styria is presented digitally in its full diversity. By processing our globally unique materials in the pavilion, we can showcase our company in this new exhibition format.’

Herbert Pfeilstecher, Chairman of the Board/CEO

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