Jakob Würzl, an artist, creative director and copywriter, was born in 1976 in Vienna. He graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna in 2002 and currently resides and works in the Vienna Woods.
Vica Pacheco’s practice is grounded in „experimental music“ and composition, integrating ceramic art. The ceramic pieces and installations she produces are a direct result of her musical experimentation.
Paula Gogola is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Prague. Working predominantly in the medium of painting, her practice revolves around transfeminine positions in her queer experience.
Ido Gordon is a Bezalel graduate, working in Tel Aviv. His latest solo exhibition was held at Gallery II Tel Aviv. Amidst the current Israeli-Gaza war, I sat down with Gordon for a candid conversation.
cruella bobo ist eine Künstlerin, die mit kindlich-malerischer Hand die Welt reflektiert. Die Themen ihrer Zeichnungen und Malereien erstrecken sich von tiefgründig-philosophischen Überlegungen.
Dorota Jedináková is a bachelor’s student at the Academy of Fine Arts Bratislava. For the winter semester, she’s currently studying at the Tokyo University of the Arts in the Intermedia Art department.
During her studies, she undertook internships at various studios, each with a distinct primary medium and focus. A milestone in her journey was her internship at the Academy of Arts in Krakow.
Alba Melgarejo is a young multidisciplinary artist from Barcelona. If you ask her what art means, she will answer you quickly and forcefully: expressing to heal, to release, and to remove.
Sonia Ščepánová is a bachelor’s student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, under the pedagogical guidance of Jana Hojstričová. She is enthusiastic about analog and instant photography.
Milena Jovićević was born in Cetinje (Montenegro) in 1976. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Cetinje, in 1999, and had a specialization at Beaux-Arts in Le Mans, (1999-2000), France.
Jakob Kolb is an artist and musician living in Vienna. He employs a transmedial approach, incorporating elements such as flowers, painting, and metalwork, in addition to creating and performing music.
Paula Perroni is a transgressive and eclectic stylist and creative director based in Barcelona. She pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Design in Barcelona and discovered her love for fashion.
Robert Schaberl, ein renommierter österreichischer bildender Künstler, fokussiert sich in seinem Schaffen hauptsächlich auf die Malerei, wobei er zusätzlich mit Fotografie und digitalen Medien arbeitet.
Zoè Gruni is one of her generation’s most representative Italian-Brazilian artists; her work is coherent, principled, and consistent to the point of being radical. She has no filters in her exploration.
OchoReSotto hat sich in den letzten 20 Jahren der Gestaltung und Umsetzung Großprojekte im multimedialen Bereich gewidmet. Durch ihre Installationen verleihen sie Räumen eine neue Dimension.
Kristina Mésároš is a Slovak artist, who lives and works in the village of Scharndorf in Austria. In her work, she portrays the perception of the surrounding world in a narrative way.
Anna Capolupo, born in 1983 in Lamezia Terme, pursued her studies in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and currently resides and practices her art in the city of Florence.
Albana Ejupi is an artist who explores the intricate relationship between the human body and mind. Her art delves into questions of identity, intimacy, and the human experience, memory, and love.
Im Malprozess wird jedes Element eines Bildes konkret gesetzt. Über das serielle Arbeiten werden so subtile Strukturen sichtbar, die sich durch ihre Wiederholung im Bewusstsein verankern.
In 1973, artist Forrest ‚Frosty‘ Myers installed his eight-story work The Wall on the northwest corner of Broadway and Houston. The installation survives as a memorial to the SoHo art scene.
Seit der Spielzeit 202/21 ist Kay Voges der künstlerische Leiter des Volkstheater Wien, doch erst in der letzten Saison konnte im Haus wirklich „durchgespielt werden“. Was kommt jetzt?
Olga Shcheblykina is a visual artist currently based in Austria. She holds a degree from the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, UK, and is pursuing further education at the University of Arts in Linz.
Grègór Belibi Minya was born in France to parents of Hungarian and Cameroonian origin. He is a painter and composer. Grègór’s work is a mesmerizing exploration of the connection between music and visual art.
Roos van der Meijs is a visual artist from the Netherlands. After graduating with a BS in Creative Media and Game Technologies, she swapped her drawing tablet for oil sticks.
I see the fairy tales as a bridge between the past and the present, the individual and the universal. The fairytale is a way to exorcise and make the story ambiguous and not easily readable.
Shi Jiongwen graduated from Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts. The „line“ in her works is a simple element. It has gone through a long process from being details to the main body of the work.
Kata Oelschlägel is a post-radical Viennese actionist, but where does the movement that she belongs to differ to the Actionism of the 60s and 70s? In the interview she is talking about her practice.
Christopher Frieß lebt und arbeitet in Wien und Tirol. In seinem künstlerischen Fokus liegt das Bild und er bedient sich dabei in transdisziplinärer Manier sowohl neuer Medien und Technologien.
Born in 1996 in Volgograd, she moved to Vienna 9 years ago. She graduated from the Faculty of Art History, specializing in Modern Art and finished the school of art for analog photography at Friedl Kubelka.