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Anna Jermolaewa

In the Studio Anna Jermolaewa, Vienna

In her work across different media, Anna Jermolaewa, born in Leningrad (USSR), has demonstrated again and again that she is a keen observer of human life, its societal conditions and political preconditions.

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Bianca Phos

In the Studio Bianca Phos, Vienna

Visual artist Bianca Phos explores connections between the body, society, technology, and our environment across media. By consciously incorporating environmental issues and technological progress into her perspective, she offers a particular reflection on the complexity of our existence.

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Yorgos Stamkopoulos

In the Studio Yorgos Stamkopoulos, Berlin

Air-brushed horizons, sculptural canvases, blurred visual worlds, and scraped off layers of paint: The Greek artist Yorgos Stamkopoulos is a painter who works rather like a sculptor and delights in playing with chance. His works are comprised of abstract forms, color fields, and lines that seem to have no beginning or end.

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Kristian Roland

Collector Stories Kristian Roland, Aarhus

What started out as an interest of his father’s, turned out to impact the life of young art collector Kristian Roland in a surprising way. Art became a focal point in his life, which the growing art collection in his home bears witness to. For Kristian, artworks are carriers of stories, the best of which challenge the spectator and serve as gateways for unexplored territory.

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Nordic Notes

Máret Ánne Sara

Máret Ánne Sara, Kautokeino, Norway
In the Sámi culture, reindeer play a core role in almost every aspect of living. For artist Máret Ánne Sara the skulls and other body parts of these animals, mostly dead, are the center of her work.
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Editions

Nick Oberthaler

Nick Oberthaler
»EXIT«

Stefanie Moshammer

Stefanie Moshammer
»Fred's Sword«

Tina Lechner

Tina Lechner
»Gina«

Exhibitions

Charlotte Klobassa and Raphaela Riepl

Charlotte Klobassa and Raphaela Riepl
take away (near you)
7 December, 2023 – 27 January, 2024

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