projects

1. Adrian Buschmann, Lilli Thiessen, Thea Moeller

2. Alex Ruthner, Hanna Putz, Adrian Buschmann, Thea Moeller

1. Rosa Rendl, Hanna Putz, Anna-Sophie Berger, Josip Novosel

2. Josip Novosel, Lilli Thiessen, Rosa Rendl

1. Anna-Sophie Berger, Rosa Rendl, Michi Lukas

2. Michi Lukas, Adrian Buschmann

1. Alex Ruthner

2. Adrian Buschmann, Lillie Thiessen

1. Thea Moeller, Alex Ruthner

2. Thea Moeller

1. Lilli Thiessen, Alex Ruthner

2. Anna-Sophie Berger

Opening: September 12, 7 pm
Duration: September 13 – October 5, 2014
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday, 10 am – 8 pm

 

FRANZ JOSEFS KAI 3 is pleased to present Let’s mingle! a group show of young Viennese artists.

 

Let’s mingle! provides a snapshot of the most recent contemporary art from Vienna. The works of eleven young artists, all of who studied or are based in the city, are divided into three categories: painting, sculpture and photography.

 

Today’s young artists view the place they live and work very differently from just a few decades ago. They no longer expect the city or the country where they are based to have an impact on their artistic practice. We can observe that in the last decade the art world has extended dramatically and has become more and more decentralised and multilayered. The general notion emerged that each individual plays a strong role in creating his or her own artistic locus and reality. Therefore one cannot hope to find uniformity based on geography. The artists presented in this show, although connected geographically, each have their own social and creative network; their unique sphere of international influences and affinities.

 

All the artists presented in Let’s mingle! mingle and influence each other, forming an involuntary communality that represents genuine interpersonal connections. They are not united by a common impact of the place where they live and work, but by a mutual respect and interest in each other’s work. The exhibition shows a constellation of relations and overlapings, frictions and differences rather than a common theme or generational overview. The exhibition refrains to judge, unify, or present a priori views in favour of a genuinely pluralistic presentation.

 

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FRANZ JOSEFS KAI 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria
www.franzjosefskai3.com