Book presentation, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, 23.05.2019, 7 pm
The book Imagine Human Rights – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration is a project by Andrea Fuchs, Manfred Nowak and Petra Stelzer.
The publication will be presented at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna on 23rd May 2019, 7 pm.
From the day of its ratification on 10 Dezember 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has lost non of its relevance and urgency. This presentation aims to deliver and diseminate its message into the heart of our digital age.
Andrea Fuchs developed the idea of publishing this art book with the support of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Human Rights in Vienna, Austria, represented by Professor Manfred Nowak, as well as in cooperation with curator Petra Stelzer. The book IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration presents the thirty articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the six official languages of the United Nations. It juxtaposes Human Rights [...]
The catalogue has been published on the occasion of Adriana Czernin’s exhibition at Structura Gallery, Sofia, December 2017 – January 2018.
Editor: Maria Vassileva
Concept: Adriana Czernin, Maria Vassileva
Authors: Adriana Czernin, Maria Vassileva
Translation: Katerina Popova
Design: Nadezhda Oleg Lyahova
The exhibition and catalogue are supported by:
Austrian Embassy Sofia
Das Land Steiermark
Art and Architecture can be interpreted as a a form of expression how humankind asserts itself in a certain environment, and the challenges it implies. Collectors Agenda has put together a series of artworks by international artists, who explore and reinterpret this interplay from different perspectives, for the »100 Häuser« magazine in the form of a limited edition.
Sculptor and photographer Werner Feiersinger (*1966 in Brixlegg, Tyrol) challenges the fractures and controversies caused by ambivalent objects and photographies which document what's already well-known. As a result of this process, he often points out surprising and unconventional perspectives. Feiersinger applies an accuracy in his photography which is matched by the meticulousness of his research and preparation work.
The edition is a framed photograph from his extensive series Chandigarh Redux. Chandigarh is Le Corbusier's planned city in Northern India. It is a peculiar place, not [...]
MARTIN FEIERSINGER is an architect running his own studio in Vienna. He has realized numerous projects in Austria and won several internatiional international awards.
WERNER FEIERSINGER, born 1966, is an Austrian sculptor and photographer living and working in Vienna. He did his artistic education at University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He has lectured at Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon in 1999 and, as a visiting professor, at University of Applied Arts in Vienna 2006–08.
ARNO RITTER born 1965.
Book presentation, 04.06.2015
Book presentation with Jun Yang, Barbara Steiner and Oliver Klimpel
Thursday, 4. June 2015, 8 pm
Top Kino, Rahlgasse 1, 1060 Vienna
Jun Yang’s monograph is a series of six books, which altogether form one monograph, though it might be surprising when looking at all issues. Formats, papers, covers, printing techniques, and most importantly, the name of the artist change: from June Young, Yang Jun, Tun Yang, Yi Chuan to Jan Jung, and Jun Yang. The six-part monograph is structured alongside key issues and key projects the artist has done over the past eighteen years.
According to its general definition, a monograph is a specialist work of writing on a single subject, usually by a single author. This is also the case here: the subject is the work of Jun Yang and the monograph is overseen by one editor, yet many authors write. However, the comprehensive Monograph-Project is not an overly ambitious monograph that celebrates one artist’s [...]