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Exhibitions

25.02.–23.04.2017

A Painter’s Doubt

This exhibition modestly raises questions of phenomenology today through the lens of several contemporary painters. Some of the painters are working with more abstract forms of expression, while others are painting figuratively or representationally. Landscape painting is also present in this exhibition. The common denominator is a link the curator makes around ideas of perception and examining aspects of phenomena, as identifiable in each of the artists’ work.

Artists:
Anna Bjerger (SE), Vivian Greven (D), Flora Hauser (AT), Gregor Hildebrandt (D), Carl Mannov (DK), Kirsi Mikkola (FN), Mairead O’hEocha (IE), Daniel Pitin (CZ), Titania Seidl (AT)

Details

Image: Flora Hauser, O’Hara über die Alpen schreitend, 2016, pencil on canvas, 50 x 30 cm
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Flora Hauser, O’Hara über die Alpen schreitend, 2016, pencil on canvas, 50 x 30 cm

25.02.–23.04.2017
Kabinett

Margareta Klose. Im Grünen

In parallel with the Painting & Phenomenology exhibition, the young painter Margareta Klose will develop an installation in the Kabinett space that has both wall-painting and sculptural elements.

The Salzburg-based artist Margareta Klose presents an installation of artwork she has been producing over the past three years. With her practice with painting at its centre, this installation alludes to and emerges from her attentiveness to the passing of time as an observable phenomenon. One might witness her processes of discerning and marking the passage of time not only in her painterly gestures but also in her collection of preservation jars, her collection and production of writings such as poems, songs and aphorisms, and other sculptural elements, all included in the exhibition.

Details

Image: Margareta Klose, installation, various materials, 2013–2016
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Margareta Klose, installation, various materials, 2013–2016

25.02.–23.04.2017
1 Picture in CaféCult

Stefan Kreiger. Trojan Source Code

Stefan Kreiger was invited to present new work as part of the exhibition series in Café Cult #78.

Details


25.02.2017–04.02.2018
Ring Gallery

Nevin Aladağ. Five Stones Game

Based in Berlin, Nevin Aladağ uses everyday objects and situations as a starting point for her artworks, in which she deals with cultural and political codes, as well as their origins and histories.

For 2017, Aladağ was invited to do a year-long exhibition in the Ringgalerie. The artist made a full installation in all four corridors, the first one in the space rather than on its walls.

Details

Image: Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ