Current Art Fair

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Albana Ejupi

at ARCO Lisboa

May 19th -  May 22nd 2022

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Current Exhibition

Marielis Seyler
MOMENTUM FRAU

May 12th -  June 25th 2022

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Friday, May 13th

Carl Aigner will open the exhibition at the gallery, after which Julian Schutting will read and excerpt from the new book, published by Hirmer edition. 

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Current Museum Exhibition

Marielis Seyler
PRIDE AND VULNERABILITY

May 3rd -  June 19th 2022

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Saturday, May 7th

at 3 p.m.
Curator Günther Oberhollenzer opens the exhibition "Pride and Vulnerability".

at 4.30 p.m.

Carl Aigner, art historian, presents the new book published by Hirmer Verlag.

Marielis Seyler: Momentum Frau /

Being in the Moment of a Woman

Fotografische Werke 1987–2021 / Photographic Works 1987–2021

ISBN 978-3-7774-4024-8

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum 
Bratislava-Čunovo, Vodné dielo
P.O.BOX 51,851 10 Bratislava-Rusovce

 Albana Ejupi interview at SPARK ART FAIR 2022

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MAKE YOUR HOME GREAT AGAIN WITH UNIQUE ART­

Now is your chance to discover great art from the comfort of your own home too. We are open 24/7 – visit our new online exhibition here and find new works!

 

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ALBANA EJUPI

„Massy Bodies, Enquiring Faces, and Sexual Beings. The Gripping and Merciless Human Portraits of Albana Ejupi.

 

Günther Oberhollenzer

NIKI PASSATH

Niki Passath searches in his artistic creations answers to the mystery of life, the people, their emotions, social behavior, their behavior compared to machines and to the surrounding nature. On this adventurous journey in search for knowledge he touches different disciplines. From robotics to artificial intelligence, from quantum physics to the life sciences.

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RICHARD KAPLENIG

Richard Kaplenig gives everyday objects pride of place in his paintings. In subtle color gradations he reproduces them accurately, and they are thus staged like still lifes, in a reduced palette with the focus on black, white, and gray values, rounded out with hues of blue and violet.

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HANNES MLENEK

„I am aware that the large format is my power, there I have an entirey free rein in a physical sense.“

 

Hannes Mlenek

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HERMANN NITSCH & XENIA HAUSNER

We are proud to represent two of Austria`s most important artists Hermann Nitsch and Xenia Hausner at Art Paris this year.