DSCHULNIGG, Albert (Edition Austria #1 "Mozart")
Albert Dschulnigg starts with his crazy colorful Mozart - as the painted might have seen himself.
Like all future editions of Edition Austria, this one is also a unique artwork, individually edited by the artist. The design results from the combination of a high-quality glass printing process and the subsequent individualisation, which is carried out by the artist himself. After that, each bottle is numbered and finally signed.
born 1981 in St. Johann in Tirol, lives and works in Tirol.
“My work takes time, both for me as a painter and for the viewer. Time to dive in.”
1996 – 2000 Glass College HTL in Kramsach/Tyrol
2000 – 2002 postgraduate course in arts and crafts and design in Kramsach/Tyrol
2001 International Summer Academy for Fine Arts Salzburg - Professor Xenia Hausner
In addition to painting, drawing and photography, Csaba Fürjesi deals intensively with graphic processes, with the possibility of expanding embossing techniques and with combinations of graphic techniques. He has already received several awards for the "Multitype" graphic process he developed, including the Slavi Soucek graphics grant in 2020.
2023. In-di-go – Galerie Frey, Vienna AUT
Agapé – Künstlerhaus, Salzburg AUT
2022. Human synchronous – The Space Contemporary Art Gallery, Budapest HUN
Birgit Graschopf studied visual and media art as well as photography at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. She deepened her studies between 2003 and 2004 at the Swedish "Högskolan for Fotografi och Film" in Gothenburg.
In 2007, 2013 and 2016 she received guest professorships for the photography class at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and can look back on numerous performances, prizes, scholarships, solo exhibitions and participation in exhibitions (e.g. the work "Elektra" after Madame d' Ora, 1915/2014, in the Albertina in Vienna).
Birgit Graschopf lives and works in Vienna.
...alias Michaela Lukmann has been running her own gallery in Voitsberg since 2019. In recent years, Lukmann's work has been presented at several international exhibitions and art fairs, including in Switzerland (Swiss Expo Zurich 2019, 2020 and 2021), in the USA (Art Miami 2019, 2022), in Spain (Art Barcelona 2021) and in China (Art Beijing 2019) and Hong Art Museum Chongqing (Pashmin Art 2021) as well as Venice Biennale with ARTBOX Group (2022), ART Munich 2022, Arte de Mallorca in the Casa del Arte www.casadelartepalma.com Palma de Mallorca and in December 2022 again at the ART Miami Basel.
Among 400 works and 40 artists in the Art Museum Chongqing Pashmin Art 2021 exhibition, she was selected as the only painter for Aesthetica Magazine for her extraordinary art dress sculptures.
born in Salzburg in 1975, studied at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, master class of Christian Ludwig Attersee. Lives and works in Salzburg.
Excerpt from the afterword by Christian L. Attersee in "Steinwendtner 2004-2011"
Alexander Steinwendtner's formal vocabulary shows itself in very different forms of expression: on the one hand it is his own body mass and strength that he throws into his pictures, on the other hand it is the colonization of found objects, for example white sails, which through his artistic ability almost resemble Malevich´s "real simplicity."
TABBY conquered the streets for the first time in 2013 with his street art. Since then, TABBY's stencil works can be found everywhere from Japan to the USA to Europe; not only on the street, but also in many street art collections around the globe. His work ranges from serious political criticism to messages of love and life, to the absurd and everyday, almost always with a good pinch of humor.
"My self-declared goal is to brighten a passerby's day with my art, to make them think and possibly question their learned beliefs or reality."