Current exhibition: Thomas Albdorf / Tina Lechner / Christiane Peschek / Agnes Prammer & Johann Schoiswohl / Hanna Putz / Sabine Schwaighofer / Katarina Šoškic

Exhibition Opening: September 18, 7 pm
Exhibition Duration: September 19 to November 8, 2014



 

Exhibition view: Tina Lechner and Thomas Albdorf
 

 

The exhibition brings together young exponents of Austrian art and photography. Its curatorial approach is not governed by a thematic context; instead, the compilation of works follows a shared authentic attitude and intensity in the formulation of each particular work’s foundation.

The content-related interests and formal solutions are certainly diverse: autobiographically motivated research in the case of Katarina Šoškić and Johann Schoiswohl; the exploration of issues of identity, existence and role models in the case of Christiane Peschek, Agnes Prammer and Sabine Schwaighofer.

Tina Lechner and Thomas Albdorf open up the medium to sculpture and reflect on the imaging mechanism of the photographic process, whether it is entirely analogue or highly artificial, i.e. with the use of computers. In her exhibited work Hanna Putz explores gestures, movements and body shapes during moments of inactivity, waiting, or pausing.

 

 

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