Who remembers where they are from?


Installation view Galerie Martin Janda, 2007

Martin Arnold
Coverversion, 2007
HD-video on DVD, colour, sound
7:15 min

Werner Feiersinger
Untitled, 2007
Stainless steel, primer, bituminous corrugated sheet
242 x 208 x 137 cm

Christine & Irene Hohenbüchler
repetitiv & inconsolable, 2007
Steel, varnish
160 x 60 x 60 cm & 170 x 60 x 60 cm

Raoul de Keyser
Untitled, 2006
Watercolour, chalk, gesso
25,5 x 32,5 cm

Jakob Kolding
Tuned suburb, 2007
Collage on photopaper
150 x 212 cm

Roman Ondak
Memory Game, 2007
Memory cards, table, chairs
140 x 140 x 90 cm

Peter Pommerer
pssst....Stille, 2007
Glass, wood, cardboard, colour pencil, thread, paper-mâché, paint
80 x 55,5 x 16 cm

Joe Scanlan
Silk screen print on metal
each 50 x 50 x 4 cm, 15 parts

Roman Signer
Vier Richtungen (Four directions), 1992
Tubes, rockets, clay
159 x 159 cm

Maja Vukoje
Agua 3, 2007
Acrylic, spray, glitter, mulch, oil on canvas
210 x 240 cm

Corinne Wasmuht
Leonberg, 2007
Oil on wood
91 x 123 cm

Johannes Vogl
Untitled (A week of rain), 2007
Water, glass, copper, infusion sets, steel
350 x 200 x 40 cm

Johannes Vogl
Untitled (A week of rain), 2007
Water, glass, copper, infusion sets, steel
350 x 200 x 40 cm

Who remembers where they are from?

Opening: Tuesday, November 13, 2007, 7 p.m.
Exhibitions runs: November 14 to December 22, 2007

From 13 November to 22 December 2007, Galerie Martin Janda is showing the group exhibition Who remembers where they are from? on the occasion of the gallery’s fifteenth anniversary. The exhibition’s title refers to a work by Allen Ruppersberg (2007). The show gives a survey of artistic positions which have formed the gallery’s programme in recent years and brings together new works – painting, drawing, video, photography, sculpture and installation – by Martin Arnold, Adriana Czernin, Milena Dragicevic, Werner Feiersinger, Giuseppe Gabellone, Asta Gröting, Christine & Irene Hohenbüchler, Christian Hutzinger, Raoul de Keyser, Jakob Kolding, Július Koller, Jan Merta, Roman Ondak, Peter Pommerer, Allen Ruppersberg, Joe Scanlan, Ene-Liis Semper, Roman Signer, Adrien Tirtiaux, Johannes Vogl, Maja Vukoje, Corinne Wasmuht, Lois & Franziska Weinberger, Jun Yang, Jakub Julian Ziolkowski and Gregor Zivic.

Galerie Martin Janda was founded as alternative exhibition space in 1992. In the subsequent years, the field of activities was expanded to that of a gallery. Since October 1999, the gallery has been located at Eschenbachgasse 11, in Vienna’s first district.