viennacontemporary: 12 views from an art fair

September 28th, 2015 / by / in: Exquisite experiences / No responses

Beautiful paintings, interesting installations, innovative digital shows, exquisite sculptures, captivating videos, hundreds of artists and collectors: that was, for short, viennacontemporary at Marx Halle, the art event of this autumn. I loved a lot of works presented by those 99 galleries from 25 countries, and I really wanted to walk home with some of them under my arm. Therefore, here are my personal choices from viennacontemporary event. (Above: Galerie Christine König (c) viennacontemporary: Aleksander Murashkin)

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Kimiko Yoshida, Painting (Marquise de Pompadour by François Boucher). Self-portrait, 2010, © Courtesy Paco Rabanne’s Heritage & Galerie Caroline Smulders, Paris, France

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Gallery Martin Asbaek (c) viennacontemporary: Aleksander Murashkin

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Marina Abramovic, Artist Portrait with a Rose (from the series: Places of Power), 2013, copyright Marina Abramovic, ©Courtesy Marina Abramovic Archives, Galerie Krinzinger Vienna, Austria

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Nächst St. Stephan (c) viennacontemporary: Aleksander Murashkin

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Stefan Behlau, Das Leichte, 2015, © Courtesy DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Berlin, Germany

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Czulosc (c) viennacontemporary: Aleksander Murashkin

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Lulian Bisericau, Untitled, 2015, © Courtesy Anca Poterașu Gallery, Bucharest, Romania

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Rudolf Polanszky, Deformationsfaltung, 2010, © Courtesy Konzett Gallery, Vienna, Austria

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Rebecca Raue, Er sucht Erinnerungsbilder, 2015, © Courtesy Galerie Michael Schultz, Berlin, Germany

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Carlo Guaita, Senza titolo (Calchi – Mondes), 2014, © Courtesy Galerie Bernard Bouche, Paris, France

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Liviu STOICOVICIU, Gutemberg Galaxy, Courtesy Jecza Gallery, © Courtesy Jecza Gallery, Timisoara, Romania

 

From 24 until 27 September 2015 Vienna was dedicated to the international art fair viennacontemporary at Marx Halle. In 2015 galleries from Romania were represented at viennacontemporary: 418 Contemporary Art Gallery, Bucharest, www.418gallery.com; :BARIL, Cluj Napoca, www.baril.ro; Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest, www.ancapoterasu.com; Eastwards Prospectus, Bucharest, www.eastwardsprospectus.com; Ivan Gallery, Bucharest, www.ivangallery.com; Jecza Gallery, Timisoara, www.jeczagallery.com; Plan B, Berlin/Cluj, www.plan-b.ro.


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