Organization

Organisation und Kurator von Ausstellungen/Organization and curator of exhibitions

Egger Roseneder contemporary, Vienna/Austria – International UAMO City Tour 2015/2016 Munich/Germany –

FORTRESS

October 23 – November 12, 2015

Opening: Thursday, October 22, 6.30 PM

Wednesday – Saturday 15:00-18:00

Egger Roseneder contemporary

Dianagasse 6, A-1030 Vienna, Austria

http://www.eggerrosenedercontemporary.com

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Fortress is a joint project between Egger Roseneder contemporary, Vienna/Austria and UAMO City Tour, Munich/Germany

Curators: Renate Egger, Wilhelm Roseneder

Artists: Manuela Bedeschi, Tiziano Bellomi, Osvaldo Cibils, Renate Egger, Steve Ingham, Roman Makše, Iolanda Martini, Umberto Polazzo, Wilhelm Roseneder, Lawren Spera

The exhibition present various aspects, ideas, approaches about fortress through video, installation, performance, photography, object, painting, sound installation.

Political statements (migration, terrorism); „Paradise“ and the meaning of it can change quickly in a fortress; the skin is the first line of defense, a physical barrier; the fortress of a person/individual through the face; creating a block of concrete which includes another work; communication with the work is based on the presence of a wall in human consciousness; another translation of fortress, it is “forza” or “potenza”, words related to the human qualities; limitation and concentration during the realization of an artwork.

Works from the exhibition will be presented at the UAMO 2016 festival, in Munich, together with works from 10 other cities: Amsterdam, Athen, Berlin, California, Dinslaken/Ruhrgebiet, Vienna, Sofia, Prag, Mexico City, Zürich.

Fortress. Egger Roseneder contemporary:International UAMO City Tour 2015

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Renate Egger and Wilhelm Roseneder/egger roseneder contemporary

2015 Perception. Fotografie, Zeichnung, Installation, Skulptur, Aquarell/Photography, drawing, installation, sculpture, watercolor. Renate Egger, Wilhelm Roseneder. egger roseneder contemporary. Vienna, Austria

Einladung Juni 2015

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2012 Colour. Fotografie, Skulptur, Malerei, Installation, Zeichnung/Photography, sculpture, painting, installation, drawing. Renate Egger, Manuela Bedeschi, Dietmar Franz, Ursula Heindl, Umberto Polazzo, Wilhelm Roseneder. egger roseneder contemporary. Vienna, Austria

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2009 Structure. Renate Egger, Roman Makše, Christine Nehammer-Markus, Wilhelm Roseneder. egger roseneder contemporary. Vienna, Austria

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2009 Wilhelm Roseneder. expansions. Renate Egger. Paradies. egger roseneder contemporary. Vienna, Austria

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2005  „Facts & Visions“. Erbsenschälfabrik, Bruckneudorf, Austria. 31 national und international artists: Anthony Auerbach (UK), Edith Bergmann (A), Reinhard Bernsteiner (A), Julia Bornefeld (D), Songül Boyraz (TR), Max Bühlmann (CH), Marco Fedele di Catrano(I), Marlene Coco (I), Renate Egger (A), Dietmar Franz (A), Marlene Haring (A), Heiri Häfliger (CH), Ursula Heindl (A), Anton Herzl (A), Richard Hoeck (A), Peter Höll (A), Franz Kapfer (A), Roland Kollnitz (A), Doris Krüger (A) & Walter Pardeller(I), Christine Nehammer-Markus (A), Richard Meitner (USA), Ralf Rainer Odenwald (D), Rudolf Polanszky (A), Umberto Polazzo (I), Jason Rhoades (USA), Hans Riedel (A), Wilhelm Roseneder (A), Tamuna Sirbiladze (GE), Fulvio Testa (I), Franz West (A)

Facts & Visions

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1994  „Europeans“. Young European Artists, BP Oil Europe, Fotoausstellung, alpha, Vienna, Austria

Europeans 1994 1

© 2011-2016 Wilhelm Roseneder

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