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Jakob Lena Knebl and Ashley Hans Scheirl

In the Studio Jakob Lena Knebl and Ashley Hans Scheirl, Vienna

As a duo, Jakob Lena Knebl and Ashley Hans Scheirl have been realizing projects together since 2019. In their multimedia installations, they address contemporary issues in a bold and innovative, but also a humorous way. In doing so, they create spaces at eye level that allow for a playful engagement with their art and its inherent socio-political topics.

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Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann

In the Studio Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann, Paris

Based in Paris, multi-disciplinary artist Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann explores an expanse of themes that range from feminism to domesticity, para-architecture to psychology. Focused on creating immersive, multilayered installations over individual, easily commodifiable art works, she often turns to literature and cinema to guide the extensive research that informs her practice.

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Haruko Maeda

In the Studio Haruko Maeda, Vienna/Linz

In her art, Japanese artist Haruko Maeda combines Shintō traditions from her home country with Western concepts. Thus, she approaches the theme of transience through religious iconography and symbols from different cultures and refers to works of the Renaissance and Baroque in terms of content and form.

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Birgit Vollmeier and Yudi Warsosumarto of PEACH

Collector Stories Birgit Vollmeier and Yudi Warsosumarto of PEACH, Vienna

For more than seventeen years, Birgit Vollmeier and Yudi Warsosumarto, under the agency label PEACH, have worked strategically and creatively within the gallery scene. Passion for art is not solely defined through the agency’s services. For some time now, PEACH has run an “art window” in a vitrine in a store in Vienna’s sixth district and has become something of an institution in Vienna’s art and cultural scene. We spoke with Birgit and Yudi about the beginnings of this unusual agency and the deep connection of both founders with the art and cultural scene.

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Ines Stella

Ines Stella, Helsinki
Street artist Ines Stella has emerged in the gallery business as part of a new generation of Finnish artists. It all started when she met two tattoo artists at senior high school who taught her both how to use a tattoo machine and the application of paint using aerosol spray cans. Her path from working as a street graffiti artist to spraying the walls of a white cube was an unexpected one...
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Editions

Peter Jellitsch

Peter Jellitsch
»Artifacts of the Future«

Clemens Wolf

Clemens Wolf
»Expanded Metal Pigment Paintings«

Sofie Thorsen

Sofie Thorsen
»Spielplastik«

Exhibitions

Dejan Dukic

Dejan Dukic
»I still believe in Paradise«
8 April – 7 May, 2022

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