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Manuel Tainha

In the Studio Manuel Tainha, Lisbon

Young Portuguese artist Manuel Tainha studied with Anselm Reyle in Hamburg before returning to Portugal. In his studio above Lisbon's rooftops, Manuel sews together patches of dyed or bleached cloth to create gestural paintings that seem to follow a primary, natural and organic impulse.

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Elfie Semotan

In the Studio Elfie Semotan, Vienna

Elfie Semotan looks back on six decades of artistic creation and has long been regarded as an icon of art, advertising, and fashion photography. Her career ranges from striking portraits and shots from the studios of various artists to her landscape photographs and still lifes.

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Peter Sandbichler

In the Studio Peter Sandbichler, Vienna

The Tyrolean-born artist Peter Sandbichler frequently uses cardboard as his source material, which he cuts, folds, and thereby into three-dimensional objects. His preference for modular systems is just as apparent in the large-scale sculptures that interpose themselves within a space as in his smaller-scale origami-like works. Sandbichler’s particular interest in the fold in sculpture is equally evident when he reaches for other materials such as concrete or metal.

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Adrienne von Korff

Collector Stories Adrienne von Korff, Prague

Adrienne von Korff-Kerssenbrock’s apartment in Prague mirrors a well-traveled woman whose great passion for art is all-encompassing. Her eclectic collection includes works by such diverse artists as Max Ernst, Jörg Immendorff, Blinky Palermo, Julian Opie, and Jim Avignon. During a guided tour through her private empire we had the opportunity to speak with the collector who has a wide range of interests.

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Timo Miettinen

Timo Miettinen, Berlin
Timo Miettinen's collection focuses primarily on painting and comprises more than 1,200 works by artists of different generations and nationalities. We met him in his Berlin home and to talk about his passion for collecting, his eye for recognizing talented young artists, and how the art historical canon is likely to change in the future.
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Editions

Tyler Mallison

Tyler Mallison
»Untitled (Chair Constructions)«

Tobias Zielony

Tobias Zielony
»Fire Boy«

Peter Jellitsch

Peter Jellitsch
»Artifacts of the Future«

Exhibitions

Martin Lukáč

Martin Lukáč
»No Escape«
13 May – 19 June, 2021

Manuel Tainha

Manuel Tainha
»PATHWAYS«
25 March – 19 June, 2021

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