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Exhibitions

19.10.–01.12.2019

Adrian Paci. Broken Words

Adrian Paci presents artworks that oscillate between experiences, history, fiction, poetry, and documentation; capturing the tensions between. His projects focus on what emerges after war, upheaval, flight or forced migration, often exploring themes of loss, displacement, and the struggle of identity to re-assert itself.

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Image: Adrian Paci, Broken Words, 2019, 5 channel videoinstallation.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist, kaufmann repetto, Mailand/New York and Peter Kilchmann, Zürich. Produced with the contribution of Sant Egidio community, Rome.

Adrian Paci, Broken Words, 2019, 5 channel videoinstallation.

19.10.–01.12.2019
Kabinett

Johanna Binder

In the dappled shadow of the leaves stands a white bust on a tiled, patterned floor. You can hear the wind: palmeras en la tormenta, palm trees in the storm. Soon, the idyllic backyard is plagued by inclement weather conditions. Gusts of rain whip the bust’s face, while the second film image undergoes the states of hatching. Where are we?

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Image: Johanna Binder, Palmeras en la tormenta, 2019, videostill.
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Johanna Binder, Palmeras en la tormenta, 2019,  videostill.

19.10.–01.12.2019
1 Picture in CaféCult

Café Cult #91: ARTgenossen
Palatschinken-Kunst

As part of the exhibition series in Café Cult #91 ARTgenossen are showing photo prints from the KinderSommerAkademie 2019.

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13.04.2019–02.02.2020
Ring Gallery

Per Dybvig

The drawings of Norwegian artist Per Dybvig depict the everyday; often snippets from quieter, quotidian moments. The artist has been invited to spend some time in Salzburg to draw the city and its inhabitants. Himself an unimposing type, he has done his rounds in the cafés, bars and the streets of Salzburg. Like an observer and story-teller of times past, Per is often sitting in a corner, half-invisible, sketching. With discretion and an empathetic eye, he illustrates the people and scenarios before him, revealing a tender humanity on the one hand, and offering an offbeat antidote to the faster-paced mechanisms of our time.

Details

Image: Per Dybvig, Small Dog Bar Hotel Sacher 12.2.19, 2019, pencil on paper, ca. 21 x 29,7 cm
Photo: Courtesy of the artist & Christine König Galerie, Wien

Per Dybvig, Small Dog Bar Hotel Sacher 12.2.19, 2019, pencil on paper,  ca. 21 x 29,7 cm