Weihnukka

Vienna Calling

Christmas - time of group exhibitions! Sometimes, unfortunately, with rather mixed outcomes and a lost red thread... But: a very nice compilation of works by no less than 19 artists has been achieved by Galerie Charim with their current exhibition "Vienna Calling - Weihnukka". And as the title-giving mixed word announces, there is a bit of everything: Painting in smaller and larger formats, photography (for instance some interesting works by Markus Krottendorfer) and as well as graphic art; new kids on the block like the young painter Eiko Gröschl, next to already established artists, as for example Dorothee Golz.

I, for one, would have no problem at all to find something for myself (or for someone else, that is)...

 

 

 

Julia Maurer

 

 

 

Venue:

Galerie Charim

Dorotheergasse 12/1

1010 Wien

 

 

 

Website:

www.charimgalerie.at

 

 

 

Content:

Header: links: Dorothee Golz, “A.D.”, 2006 (Print 2014), Pigmentdruck auf Fine Art Paper, Open Edition. rechts: kleinformatige Bilder von Eiko Gröschl. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

1: links: Katarina Spielmann, “displacement”, 2019, ink, oil and oilstick on canvas, 117 x 140 cm. rechts: Eiko Gröschl, “o.T.”, 160 x 150 cm, Öl auf Leinwand. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

2: Markus Krottendorfer, aus der Serie “Masters of the Universe – Fuerte”, 2019, 5+2AP, C-print, 59 x 48 cm. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

3: Installationsansicht von Bildern von Eiko Gröschl. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

4: Max Henry, “untitled”, 2018, 150 x 135 cm, oil on canvas. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

5: Ausstellungsansicht “Weihnukka”, Galerie Charim, Wien, 2019. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

6: Heidi Harsieber, “Reichsbrücke”, 1976, 40 x 40 cm, C-Print, gerahmt, Ed. 5 + 2 AP. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

7: Ausstellungsansicht “Weihnukka”, Galerie Charim, Wien, 2019. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

8: links: Dorothee Golz, “Granduca”, 2013 (Print 2014), Pigmentdruck auf Fine Art Paper, Open Edition. rechts: Eva Beresin, “bad news”, 2019, Öl auf Karton, 47,5 x 40,5 cm. Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.

9: Ausstellungsansicht “Weihnukka”, Galerie Charim, Wien, 2019.Courtesy Galerie Charim, Wien.