Roman Signer

current exhibition

Roman Signer

Roman Signer, Exhibition view, Galerie Martin Janda, 2020

Visit us at the gallery - Roman Signer's exhibition is open from Tuesday 26th May at the following times:

Tue–Fri 12 pm–6 pm and Sat 12 pm–4 pm

02.04.2020

Kategorie: Exhibitions

not cancelled Vienna

Digital Art Week 02.04.–09.04.2020

not cancelled Vienna

Jakob Kolding, Alone, 2017

Galerie Martin Janda is participating in not cancelled, a week-long digital art event of Viennese galleries, with works by Jakob Kolding.

The online exhibition is accompanied by a programme of digital art events and on Saturday 4th April at 3pm (CET) Jakob Kolding will present the video Sketch for new work (Loop), 2020.

We hope you can all tune in: www.notcancelled.art/gallery/galeriemartinjanda

Jakob Kolding, *1971 in Albertslund, lives and works in [...]

02.04.2020

Kategorie: Exhibitions, Events

Tags: Kolding

GALERIE MARTIN JANDA SATELLITE III AT HOCHHAUS HERRENGASSE

Christian Hutzinger 30.03.–30.04.2020

GALERIE MARTIN JANDA SATELLITE III AT HOCHHAUS HERRENGASSE

Christian Hutzinger, Untitled (CH 15/2008), 2008

Galerie Martin Janda has invited guest artist Christian Hutzinger to show works from the past 20 years in our temporary space at Hochhaus Herrengasse, Vienna.

If you would like to receive information on all the available works please reach out to us via email.

Christian [...]

01.04.2020

Kategorie: Exhibitions

Tags: Hutzinger

Melanie Ebenhoch, Mladen Stilinović: … of bread, wine, cars, security and peace

Kunsthalle Wien 08.03.-08.05.2020

Melanie Ebenhoch, Mladen Stilinović: … of bread, wine, cars, security and peace

… of bread, wine, cars, security and peace is the first exhibition WHW have curated since taking over the directorship of Kunsthalle Wien. This international group show is intended to provide an idea of the collective’s artistic and political interests, and to present some of the many artists who have inspired their work over the years. At the same time it serves as an introduction to the general orientation of the program which WHW will develop in the course of the next five years.

At the beginning of the 2000s, Lebanese writer Bilal Khbeiz described the unattainable dreams of a “good life” for people in the Global South – in contrast to the Western world – with “bread, wine, cars, security and peace” (Globalization and the Manufacture of Transient Events, Beirut: Ashkal Alwan, 2003). Almost two decades later, it seems that these basics are escaping more and more people, even those living in places [...]

07.03.2020

Kategorie: Exhibitions

Tags: Ebenhoch, Stilinovic

Jun Yang: Now. collected #9/#10

Bank Austria Kunstforum Vienna, 20.02.–13.04.2020

Jun Yang: Now. collected #9/#10

Jun Yang, The Age of Guilt and Forgiveness, 2016

Since 2011 the exhibition format collected in the tresor of the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien has been presenting the Bank Austria art collection from diverse thematic points of view. As a grand finale, a show will be presented that highlights the visual impact today of an emerging preoccupation with the photographic medium in a wider sense. The exhibition focuses on positions of artists in relation to Vienna and shows the versatile ways that photography can be used in current artistic practice.

with works by Olivia Coeln, Birgit Graschopf, Katharina Gruzei, Barbara Hainz, Hanakam & Schuller, Martin Hotter, Jun Yang, Barbara Kapusta, Ulrike Königshofer, Niklas Lichti, Nana Mandl, Olena Newkryta, Stefan Reiterer, Valentin Ruhry, Samuel Schaab, Liddy Scheffknecht, Marina Sula, Sophia Süßmilch, Sophie Thun, Kay Walkowiak

21.02.2020

Kategorie: Exhibitions

ARCO Madrid

26.02.–01.03.2020, Booth 7A01

ARCO Madrid

Nilbar Güres, Mutter Maria über dem Bügeltisch, 2019

Galerie Martin Janda is showing works by Nilbar Güreş & Július Koller in the SOLO/DUO section at ARCO Madrid 2020.

Both artists are dealing with concepts of identities, investigating them from psychological, social and political perspectives.

Seeing and being seen, concealing and revealing. Nilbar Güreş examines socio-political constructions of gender and cultural identities against the background of colonialism, and the manipulation of cultures by monotheistic religions. Diverging from a modern Western world view, structured by oppositions – culture/nature, mind/body, self/other – she engages with new possible forms of representation for female, queer and cultural identity.

In 1969, Július Koller inscribed a question mark onto the surface of a tennis court. This became the ideal icon for the ambiguity and uncertainty of the times, following the Prague Spring and the ensuing Soviet invasion. [...]

11.02.2020

Kategorie: Fairs

Tags: Koller, Güres