Born in Austria in 1968, Klaus Scherübel now lives in Vienna.
Among the exhibitions in which he has taken part are the photographic triennial (1996), at the Neue Galerie Graz, in Austria, The Appartment (1995-1997) in collaboration with Marylène Negro, in France, The Century of Artistic Freedom (1998), at the Wiener Secession, in Austria,The best he could do at the moment (1998), at Galerie Erna Hécey, in Luxembourg, and more recently Mallarmé, Das Buch (2001), presented in a number of locales in Europe. His conceptual interventions, using various means and strategies (such as the use of a pseudonym) always redefine the status of the artwork, integrating it into a process in which the artist himself is indissociable.
Putting Rehearsals to the Test
2016.09.01 - 11.26
Exhibition curated by Sabeth Buchmann, Ilse Lafer and Constanze Ruhm and presented at VOX in partnership with Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery and SBC galerie d’art contemporain.
2008.11.06 - 12.13
An object of documentation, registration, mediation, reflection, promotion and valorization, the exhibition catalogue plays a crucial role…Read more
Life in Real Time. Slow Motion
2002.03.22 - 05.26
The inaugural event Life in Real Time is intended to initiate a questioning of the social environment to which current artistic practices…Read more