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Thomas J Price

In the Studio Thomas J Price, London

Thomas J Price wants you to see things from a different perspective. His work, ranging from performance art to animation to painting to sculpture, seek to reconfigure our physical relationship to objects. To have conversations with ourselves about how we interact with the world around us, what we trust and revere.

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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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Henrik Kanekrans

Collector Stories Henrik Kanekrans, Stockholm

Having been exposed to art already as a child, it had always felt natural to Henrik Kanekrans, a young collector and entrepreneur from Stockholm, to make art an everyday part of his live. With his venture, called Artworks, Henrik has combined his passion for art and his business acumen to help art passionates such as himself navigate the jungle of internationally available art.

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Nordic Notes

Sanna-Mari Jäntti

Sanna-Mari Jäntti, Helsinki
With the initiative to establish a Guggenheim museum, the city of Helsinki has undertaken yet another step to raise its profile among an international art scene that could benefit the entire Nordic region. We met Sanna-Mari Jäntti, who has played a crucial role in the Guggenheim Helsinki project (that unfortunately has been discontinued), to talk with her about the initial challenges of the project, how David beat Goliath in the world’s largest architectural competition, and how doing it the “Finnish way” made all the difference.
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Editions

Edin Zenun

Edin Zenun
»Taking Cuts«

Peter Jellitsch

Peter Jellitsch
»Artifacts of the Future«

Regine Schumann

Regine Schumann
»colormirror soft double satin blue vienna«

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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