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Doug Aitken

In the Studio Doug Aitken, Los Angeles, CA

Doug Aitken is an American artist known for installations that span a wide spectrum of media and genres; they may include video, print media, photography, sculpture, sound, and performance. Aitken wants to make the traditional definition of art more accessible to a much more comprehensive and connecting meaning.

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Shara Hughes

In the Studio Shara Hughes, Brooklyn, New York

Shara Hughes is an American painter based in Brooklyn, and is known for her lush, vibrant, imaginative landscapes. These do not root in any outside reference, but rather in her exploration of shape, form and light.

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Nana Mandl

In the Studio Nana Mandl, Vienna

In her colourful and complex collages, visual artist Nana Mandl merges analogue and digital images to create multi-layered works of art. By incorporating elements from both personal memories and collective cultural references, Mandl’s works bridge the gap between individual experiences and broader societal narratives.

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Axel Anderl and Kathrin Weber

Collector Stories Axel Anderl and Kathrin Weber, Vienna

Kathrin Weber and Axel Anderl, two successful lawyers, share not only a passion for art, but a flat in the attic of a Viennese Gründerzeit house. When the latter became too small for the contemporary art they had collected, the idea for an art space was born.

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Artor Jesus Inkerö

Artor Jesus Inkerö, Amsterdam
What if your whole life were a performance? Queer performance artist Artor Jesus Inkerö dives deep into traditional forms of masculinity in their long-term performative research. Their infiltration into the subculture at the gym led to a transformation that had ripple effects far beyond the quest for muscle gain.
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Editions

Raphaela Riepl

Raphaela Riepl
»Assorted Flavors«

Paul Hutchinson

Paul Hutchinson
»two minds thinking two thoughts three words making you soft«

Martin Lukáč

Martin Lukáč
»Free trial today!«

Exhibitions

Charlotte Klobassa and Raphaela Riepl

Charlotte Klobassa and Raphaela Riepl
take away (near you)
7 December, 2023 – 27 January, 2024

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