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» steirischer herbst 2014 ended on Sunday after 527 events on 24 days of festival. The number of visitors was over 50.000, not including artistic projects that took place in public space and in media. It is also gratifying to note once again the very high percentage of tickets sold for stage productions and concerts more than 90%. More than 1000 artists, theorists and other participants from a total of 45 nations were involved.

» The herbst-exhibitions Heidrun Holzfeind NeverNeverland in Pavelhaus / Pavlova hisa in Laafeld, Tobias Putrihs Routine Inspection at ZOLLAMT in Bad Radkersburg and Forms of Distancing. Representative Politics and the Politics of Representation at the festival centre in Palais Wildenstein in Paulustorgasse 8, Graz, is still on show till 23rd of November.

» There are also some exhibitions of our partner institution still on show: at <rotor>, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten, Haus der Architektur, Camera Austria, esc medien kunst labor, Grazer Kunstverein,  Künstlerhaus KM-, Halle für Kunst & Medien as well as at Schaumbad – Freies Artelierhaus Graz.

Festival 2015

steirischer herbst 2015 will take place from 25/09 until 18/10. The programme will be presented in June of next year.


steirischer herbst would like to thank its supporters, sponsors and partners.

Dates for Talking Art

» 30/10: Reni Hofmüller & Helene Baur
» 05/11: Markus Bogensberger & Theresa Pasterk
» 08/11: Anton Lederer & Reni Hofmüller
» 13/11: Christian Egger & Markus Bogensberger

Program booklet

Order it free of charge here ...


On show till 23/11 at Palais Wildenstein: Forms of Distancing. Guided Tours every Sunday, 16.00.

herbst remixed – a collection of pictures in progress ....
General sponsor
Legero / con-tempus.eu

Festival sponsor
Steiermärkische Sparkasse

Thanks to our supporters and partners!

Randnotizen 2014

with Kelly Copper & Pavol Liska, Thomas Ebermann, Laura Freudenthaler, Kerstin Putz & Georg Reiter.

13/10/2014 Kelly Copper & Pavol Liska – Alien Landing by Kelly Copper & Pavol Liska