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Jana Babincová (Prague), Tom Früchtl (Berlin), Andréas Lang (Berlin), Mario Ortiz Paniego (Bilbao), Cora Piantoni (Munich), Jan Vièar (Prague)
Glowing Bulbs (video / first floor)
József Bullás (paintings / ground floor)
Emese Benczúr (Hungary) Pavel Braila (Moldavia), Andreas Fogarasi (Austria), Tobias Putrih (Slovenia), David Schnell (Germany), Wu Chi-Tsung (Taiwan)
Petko Dourmana (Sofia), Diego Perathoner (Munich), Anton Petz (Munich)
Adam Bota (Vienna), Joseba Eskubi (Bilbao),
... it is high time that we create locations which reintroduce contemplation to the zeitgeist. The exhibition “In Trance” provides just such a location. It addresses the processes involved in oil painting, considered outmoded as they are extremely slow and painstaking. » More information
Alejandra Bueno de Santiago (Valencia), Alexis Dworsky (Freising), Karl-Heinz Einberger (Freising), Beate Engl (München) , Csongor G. Szigeti (Budapest), Madaleine Trigg (London)
"FreiFarben" is the title of a one-month collaborative venture of three artists from other European countries with three artists from Upper Bavaria. The results will be shown at an event with installations, performances and concert. Several of the art works will stay around the artist's house for longer time and will be visible for the visitors. » More information
A sculptural concept which relates to architectural forms and elements has been the focusof the work of Munich artist Robert Stark for some ten years. His work involves interaction with the history of architecture and its role in different political systems. » More information
Bjørn Melhus, born 1966, is a German-Norwegian media artist. In his work he has developed a singular position, expanding the possibilities for a critical reception of cinema and television. » More information
Stephan Fritsch’s large-format works and Klaus Schmitt’s color objects placed within the room become part of the viewers‘ range of motion. With his large-scale photo images, Klaus von Gaffron approaches reality so closely that they become abstract color gradients. » More information
The exhibition of Klaus von Gaffron in the gallery on the ground floor was prolonged until Sunday, 28 April!
Exhibition with eight video artists from Europe and Amerika - a variety of visual experiments and iconic moving images. The Decelerator involves a subterranean sound piece commissioned for the exhibition by the German Industrial musician Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten). » More information
Participating artists: Patricija Gilyte, Nina Märkl, Katarzyna Pawlowska, Marcelina Rydelek, Tatjana Utz, Monika Szpener
Six artistic positions and different genres: painting, drawing, installation, photography, objects and video. The Upper Bavarian and Polish artists were particularly inspired by their respective host countries.
Participating artists: Catrin Altenbrandt, Claudia Christoffel, Annette Grotkamp, Bianca Gutberlet, Vanessa Jack, Irina Jansen, Delia Keller, Angela Kovács, Tamara Lorenz, Agata Madejska & Kathi Schröder
New works by the winners" of the last four competitions in the "good prospects” project were presented in a group exhibition for the first time. As many as eleven highly diverging positions were represented. "Women's choice!" presents what can be described as feminine or masculine positions.
Participating artists: Johanna Doll, Florian Ecker, Moritz Walser, Felix Leon Westner
The exhibition entitled "*grounded" presents spatially based works by four young artists. Four different artistic positions by former students of Professor Nikolaus Gerhart at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich.
Since 2010, the district of Upper Bavaria has awarded the Upper Bavarian Prize for Applied Arts in the fields of jewellery, equipment, ceramics, wood, glass, fabric, paper, metal, stone, and plastic.
The aim of the prize is to honour young artists, artisans and designers for outstanding performance. The award-winning and shortlisted entries were presented in an exhibition, and were thus brought into public focus. The joint exhibition simultaneously provides a networking platform for young artists, craftsmen and designers from Upper Bavaria.
The exhibition provided a representative selection of the works of Munich-based wood sculptor Rudolf Wachter. His work, matured over decades, has contributed significantly to the renewal of wood sculpture in Germany.
The European House of Art in Upper Bavaria has been transformed under the direction of the artist into a constantly changing exhibition location - for photography and painting, with a performance stage, open and exciting walk-in studio and a horse farm. A work of art that brings the visitors closer to Alexandra Vogt’s artistic approach.
Young sculptor Ulla Reiter showed spectacular pieces of foamed material and selected drawings. Animal figures, dragons and chimeras, knights and warriors from out of spaces that could have come straight from science fiction, comic books or video game worlds.
"No man's land" refers to a world where associations can run free, and where imaginary characters can develop. "No Man's Land" is also the title of a German anti-war film from 1931, which is to be understood as an allegory on the futility of war.