Blue bleu blau blu 2017 Vienna
“Leonardo da Vinci describes the nature and effect of the color BLUE as immaterial, BLUE is not a color of the air, but a metaphysical mixture of sunlight with the "blackness of the eclipse of the world". For Goethe, BLUE was one of the two pure colors.
BLUE is also a symbol of the infinite dimensions, the distance, the sky and the water.
BLUE stands for security, for tradition, BLUE clothing is inconspicuous, correct, a color of the working people.
BLUE symbolizes spirit and order, law and power. BLUE is the color of Mary in the Christian tradition. The BLUE dress and the BLUE coat depict Mary as a queen of heaven.
The French artist Yves Klein was able to patent the ultramarine BLUE he developed under the name "International Klein BLUE".
And who does not know the "BLUE Hour", in which the special intense BLUE of the sky has put poets and romantics for centuries in an ecstatic mood.”
blue bleu blau blu
Gumpendorfer Strasse 23
1060 Vienna, Austria
Opening: October 16, 2017, 6pm
Opening: Herwig Maria Stark (Biennale Austria association)
Inna ARTEMOVA | Eskild BECK | Melita BIBER-NUTA | Jürgen BLEY | David BOSKOVICH | Kristina BREITENBACH | Mike & Madeleine BÜLOW | Grigori DOR | Ingrid HALTER |
Soha Abou HUSSEIN | Mario KICKER | Ulrich KIRSCH | David KÖFLER | Gabriel KÖFLER |
Inge KREUZER | Donna LOUGHER | Christina Maj LUNDQVIST | Regina MERTA |
Sybille NEUMEYER | Lita POLIAKOVA | Mimi RITZLER | Carmen SCHWARZ |
Alexandra SPYRATOS | Diego VALENTINUZZI | Gisela ZIMMERMANN
Exhibition duration: October 16 – 22, 2017
Opening times: TUE – SAT 2pm – 8pm, SUN 11am – 2pm
Short information about the artists:
INNA ARTEMOVA, was born in Moscow, Russia.
Studied architecture in Moscow (Marchi), 1995 Diploma in Architecture, awarded with the 2nd place of the architecture Prize of the Russian Federation. Lives and works in Berlin since 1998.
ESKILD BECK, studied in Copenhagen/Denmark and New York/USA.
His works are represented in museums and public collections in Denmark, Germany, South Korea, Egypt and Japan. International Exhibition activity since 2005 - A.O. Charlotten Borg Art HALs Forårsudstilling – Copenhagen, Denmark, Ostrale – Dresden, Germany, National Museum Rome, Italy, Cubecentre – Manchester, Great Britain.
MELITA BIBER-NUTA, was born in Belgrade, Serbia.
She studied and graduated at the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade. She participated since 1997 in numerous international exhibitions and was awarded with the Ivan Tabakovic Award 2000 and the XII Triennial of Contemporary Ceramic Art Award 2006. She lives as a freelance artist in Nürnberg, Germany.
JÜRGEN BLEY, was born in Steyr, Austria.
He works as an independent graphic designer, painter and drawer. Since 2011 participation in numerous exhibitions and study visits in Germany and Austria He lives and works in Neuzeug / Steyr, Austria.
DAVID BOSKOVICH, lives in Givatayim, Israel.
He studied and graduated at the Telma Yellin High School for Arts, Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts, the University of Pennsylvania and at Maestro Ernst Fuchs in Monte Carlo and Vienna. Since 1979, International exhibition activity and award winner of the Mindel Caplan the Low Bard Award, Thouron Prize for composition, Eleanor Gray Prize and the Pennsylvania Governor's prize.
KRISTINA BREITENBACH, was born in Bruck an der Mur, Austria.
She studied art education and art therapy in Hannover/Germany, studied fine arts in Hanover/Germany and at the Royal Art School, Stockholm/Sweden. She completed longer study visits in South Africa and Italy during her professional education. She lives and works since 2000 as a freelance artist in Barsinghausen near Hannover/Germany.
MIKE & MADELEINE BÜLOW
Madeleine Bülow; Artist, painter, project management: was born in Magdeburg.
Mike Bülow; Photographer: was born in Zossen, originally from the music industry and was signed for about 20 years as a musician and producer at various record companies.
In 2012 the project "Mike & Madeleine Bülow" was launched together. Since 2013 they participated in international exhibitions. They live and work currently in Berlin, Germany.
GRIGORY DOR, was born in Ulan-Ude, Russia.
He studied art history and German philology in St. Petersburg, here after he got a fellowship of the German Academic Exchange service and continued his studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin. He further studied graphic design at the Latvian Association, Berlin. 1997 study visits in New York, USA. Lives and works as a freelance artist in Berlin
INGRID HALTER, lives in St. Peter/Au, Austria.
She graduated as a gemstone grinder and visited the art school in Lausanne. She participated since 2002 in numerous international exhibitions
SOHA YEHIA ABOU HUSSEIN, lives and works in Cairo/Egypt.
She studied and graduated at the American University in Cairo and Digital Art at NABA in Milan/Italy. She was multiply awarded for her artwork in Egypt and abroad.
MARIO KICKER, was born in Graz, Austria.
Study visits since 2002 in the United States, United Kingdom and Brazil. He studies since 2012 at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam and participate up to now in international exhibitions. He currently lives and works in Bordeaux, France.
ULRICH KIRSCH, lives in Blaichach, Germany.
He is a self-taught, abstract painter and his works were presented since 2014 in various exhibitions in Germany and in numerous publications.
DAVID KÖFLER, was born in Innsbruck, Austria.
He graduated as a painter, graphic designer and gilder at the Technical School for Handicrafts and design in Elbigenalp, Austria. He participated since 1997 in numerous international exhibitions and art projects. He lives and works in Karrösten near Imst, Austria.
GABRIEL KÖFLER, was born in Innsbruck, Austria.
He graduated as a sculptor of wood and stone at the School of Crafts and Design in Elbigenalp, Austria. He participated since 1997 in numerous international exhibitions and art projects. Lives and works in Karrösten near Imst, Austria.
INGE KREUZER, lives in Gmunden, Austria.
She graduated at the Higher Education Institute for Fashion in Ebensee, Austria, specializing in fashion design and graphics. Afterwards she focused on a combination of painting and x-ray pictures. She participated since 2004 in numerous international exhibitions.
DONNA LOUGHER, lives and work in Berriedale, Tasmania, Australia.
She studied and graduated at the Canberra School of Art and worked in art education and her own practice for many years, with an extensive exhibition profile. She is winner of the Tasmanian Art Award 2010 and participated in a number of national and international exhibitions.
CHRISTINA MAJ LUNDQVIST, lives and works in Birkeroed, Denmark.
She studied and graduated at the Københavns kunstskole and studies at the Kunstskolen Spektrum since 2014. She participated since 2013 in international exhibitions in Denmark and Germany and was awarded in 2016 with the "The audience award" and “The second place award" of the Gallery Oxholm, Copenhagen, Denmark.
REGINA MERTA, lives and works in Vienna and Riederberg, Austria.
She is member of several international art associations. She participated since 2005 in international exhibitions and art projects in Vienna, Venice, Berlin, Shanghai, Zurich, Miami, New York City, Basel, and Paris.
SYBILLE NEUMEYER, lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
She studied and graduated in MA Visual Communication at HKB, Bern, Switzerland, Communication Design at University of Applied Sciences, Würzburg, Germany and Language Sciences, Art History & Ethnology at University of Würzburg, Germany. She has exhibited internationally since 2006 and was awarded with the Vida Paper Award gold in 2007, the red dot award 2009, IF concept award 2009 and the Aesthetica Art Prize 2014.
LITA POLIAKOVA, lives and works in Dortmund, Germany.
She is a collage artist and MA student at the Aalto University of Art and Design in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated in Graphic Design at the Baltic University of Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communications and at the St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design, in St. Petersburg, Russia. She has exhibited extensively internationally and has been the recipient of multiple awards.
MIMI RITZLER, was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
She completed study visits in France, Switzerland, Italy and Greece in 2015 and visited some artists' residencies. She also focused on and worked in the fields of fashion design and art. She studies at the Freie Universität Berlin, focusing on European and American art history and religious sciences.
CARMEN SCHWARZ, was born in Karlsruhe, Germany.
She studied theater direction at the Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria. She worked as directing assistant, at the Thalia Theater Hamburg, Germany and at the Residenztheater in Munich, Germany. She has been working with analogue photography in small format since 2012 and has been internationally represented in exhibitions since 2013. She currently lives and works in Salzburg, Austria.
ALEXANDRA SPYRATOS, was born in Nairobi, Kenya.
She graduated at Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom and at East Sydney Technical College, Sydney, Australia. She lives and works in her studios in Malindi, Kenya and Byron Bay, Australia. Her career as a professional artist spans thirty years with thirty six solo shows including Miami, New York, Spain, Sydney, Melbourne, Milan, Hong Kong, South Africa, Uganda and Imago Mundi, Museo Bilotti di Villa Borghese Rome and Venice.
DIEGO VALENTINUZZI, was born in Monfalcone, Italy.
He studied at the state High school for Arts and Crafts in Rome, Italy. For about twenty years he has collaborated with artists from Friuli-Venezia-Giulia in Venice art galleries. Among the most important exhibitions are his participations in the 52th, 53th and 55th Biennale of Venice "collateral events".
GISELA ZIMMERMANN, was born in Augsburg, Germany.
She graduated as a technical draftswoman and intensively focused on ceramics, textile processing and painting. She has been internationally represented in exhibitions since 2007. Lives and works in Dietikon, Switzerland.
BIENNALE AUSTRIA association was founded in 2005 in Vienna with the focus on supporting visual artists on the fields of communication, marketing, networking and public relations. The association is funded by membership fees, organization fees for exhibitions and voluntary service.
BIENNALE AUSTRIA association is operating internationally and is partner of various artist-, art-, and curators associations.
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