Gromyko Semper‘s new works of woodcut-looking large drawings, find inspiration the art of Ukiyo-e and Albín Brunovský. His exhibition creates a series of new private icons whose feet nonetheless rest on the ground.
May 2012 Archive
Philip Rubinov Jacobson‘s ongoing program of painting seminars takes him and his students to exotic tropical Bali in January 2013. Two long term friends and respected artists in their own right, De Es Schwertberger and Wolfgang Widmoser will both attend the seminar as guest artists to deliver presentations.
The The Fascination of Drawing exhibition comprises original drawings or graphics from Jehan Calvus, Hörauf Fritz, Otto Rapp , Ernst Steiner and Simon Cornelia Creek. Also on display is a small collection of original prints of the five founders of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism: Ernst Fuchs, Aric Brauer Wolfgang Hutter, Anton Lehmden and Rudolf Hausner.
Creativity of Zdzislaw Beksinski is inseparably connected with Sanok, with the Historical Museum, though he had paradoxically few solo displays there. The first work has been bought by the museum in 1964 whereas the first display took place here in 1968. His works have always been present in permanent museum exhibitions.
An exhibition of Zdzisław Beksiński’s works in the Częstochowa City Art Gallery took place in 1994. Nine years later, 49 oil paintings were borrowed from the Sanok History Museum. The exhibition was opened on 14 February 2003 and proved to very successful with the younger generations.
From June 1st, the Phantasten Museum Vienna , in the Palais Palffy presents an exhibition of the artist group “Dali‘s heirs”. Seven painters make up the exhibition: Angerer the Elder and Michael Maschka (Germany), Michel Barthelemy (Belgium), Monica Fagan (France), Dragan Ilic Tues Vogo (Serbia), Peter Proksch and Kurt Regschek (Austria).
The Moscow Planetarium in conjunction with the Inartis Project presents Russia’s first retrospective graphic exhibition of H.R. Giger. The exhibition is comprised of more than 50 graphic works by Giger: lithography, silk screen printing and rare prints from the collection of H.R. Giger and collector Marco Witzig.
On a brilliant summery day guests of the IMAGO – Fantastic Art 2012 exhibition, were greeted at the entrance of the Barockschloss Riegersburg by a brass band. Artwork from 47 artists out of Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, France and Italy are on display in this year’s exhibition.