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Marie Lund

In the Studio Marie Lund, Copenhagen

Danish artist Marie Lund pursues sculptural aspects in her work and engages in a complex approach to explore the medium of sculpture. She is interested in the transformation of materials and the shaping of forms. Bodies, everyday objects, and architectural elements are the starting points for her artistic research into the nature of surface and structure.

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Pia Ferm

In the Studio Pia Ferm, Frankfurt

Be it carving, weaving or tufting, Pia Ferm defines herself as a sculptor. In her neat tapestries, hand-trimmed to keep the surface alive, the Swedish artist mixes a pretty medium with humor, creating figures that are frozen in time like cartoons. Time is essential for Ferm but not in the way you might think. She has plenty of it.

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Carlos Bunga

In the Studio Carlos Bunga, Mataró, Spain

Carlos Bunga’s interdisciplinary work moves between sculptural paintings, supported, yet vulnerable installations, drawings, and performances as an open, multiplicity and perpetual, reflection on how we experience and coexist with the (un)built environment.

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Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt

Collector Stories Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt, Vienna

A day without art is almost impossible to imagine in the life of Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt. For years she has been a collector of contemporary art and calls the international art arena her home. We met the former artistic director of viennacontemporary and spoke with her why art and collecting holds a particular allure for her, and the impact social media are making on the art market.

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Terike Haapoja

Terike Haapoja, New York City
From launching a political party for the others – all beings excluded from political society today – to the critique of human exploitation of the nonhuman world, Finnish new media artist Terike Haapoja is situating her art to encompass the most difficult topics of our time. She has a message for us: not only do we have a necessity to break the human-centered world order, but also to foster better communication between each other.
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Editions

Lúa Coderch

Lúa Coderch
»Souvenir [Onyx]«

Regine Schumann

Regine Schumann
»colormirror rainbow wien«

Tyler Mallison

Tyler Mallison
»Untitled (Chair Constructions)«

Exhibitions

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber
»Geteilter Raum«
15 October – 20 November, 2021

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