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Otobong Nkanga

In the Studio Otobong Nkanga, Antwerp

Visual artist Otobong Nkanga is a global citizen raised in Lagos, who has lived in Paris, Amsterdam, and Antwerp, and works with people all over the world. She enjoys a particularly broad and informed perspective on the planet. As an artist, but mostly simply as a human being with a physical body located in space and time, she relates to global circulation and production in local ways that are fully embodied in her art practice.

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Lars Eidinger

In the Studio Lars Eidinger, Berlin

Whether as Hamlet, as a serial killer in Tatort or as a human paintbrush in a video by Deichkind, Lars Eidinger, born in 1976 in Berlin, is one of Germany’s most successful film and theater actors. However, for many years Eidinger has also been making art – he photographs and presents himself as an art object in social media.

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Carlos Bunga

In the Studio Carlos Bunga, Mataró, Spain

Carlos Bunga’s interdisciplinary work moves between sculptural paintings, supported, yet vulnerable installations, drawings, and performances as an open, multiplicity and perpetual, reflection on how we experience and coexist with the (un)built environment.

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Otto and Saskia Wiesenthal

Collector Stories Otto and Saskia Wiesenthal, Vienna

It has been twenty-five years since Otto Wiesenthal resigned from a managerial position to devote his time to the transformation of a house in Vienna’s seventh district built during the period of intensive industrial expansion at the end of the nineteenth century into the Hotel Altstadt Vienna, a key role in this decision, was the intention of installing his personal art collection. We met with Wiesenthal and his daughter Saskia, the hotel’s marketing and art manager and an art collector in her own right, in one of the suites of the “Altstadt” filled with design and art for a conversation about life with beautiful things and of that which is special about Vienna.

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Ville Kylätasku

Ville Kylätasku, Berlin
Ville Kylätasku explores existential themes both on the level of the reality we see and experience, and within the context of perceptual psychology. Painted on black or foggy sheets of hi-tech PVC, the paintings evince the artist’s fascination for different materials, textures and processes.
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Editions

Kay Walkowiak

Kay Walkowiak
»If Colors Could Speak«

Nick Oberthaler

Nick Oberthaler
»EXIT«

Esther Stocker

Esther Stocker
»Knitterskulpturen«

Exhibitions

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber
»Geteilter Raum«
15 October – 20 November, 2021

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