Krinzinger Schottenfeld

Krinzinger Schottenfeld
Ohne Titel
2022
mixed media
240 x 180 x 180 cm
© Galerie Krinzinger and the artist
Krinzinger Schottenfeld
der Sessel
2021
mixed media
125 x 100 x 100 cm
© Galerie Krinzinger and the artist
Krinzinger Schottenfeld
Noch immer warten auf bessere Aussichten
mixed media
290 x 123 x 150 cm
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Krinzinger Schottenfeld
die Aussicht
2021
mixed media
75 x 56 cm
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Krinzinger Schottenfeld
Entwurf für eine Ausstellung
2021
mixed media
63 x 65 cm
© Galerie Krinzibger and the artist
Krinzinger Schottenfeld
moms
mixed media
59
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Linus Riepler’s work has its roots in experiences that reappear in mentally relived stories. It is not his intention to tell his personal story through these elements, but to tell stories about objects, places and situations. In this process, the same objects can evoke completely different memories in the viewers; they function as a trigger that switches on a world of remembered experiences – like bridges to our memory that give an impulse to a common memory and story. In Linus Riepler’s installations simple materials, found objects and objects of daily use are combined with built objects, sculptures, drawings, and structures. (Daniela Hahn) In his artistic practice, Linus Riepler works on methods to engage the viewer. His subjects are the perception of space and how a narration can influence a spatial setting. He creates worlds that the viewer can enter. Sometimes they become room filling installations, other times they appear as dioramas inside small display boxes. Part of his methodology is experimentation with different ways of storytelling, but in every case the story stays fragmented.
born 1984 in Vöcklabruck, Austria, lives and works in Vienna. 2004 – 2009: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (with Manfred Pernice and Gunter Damisch) 2008: Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium 2009: Graduation, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna selection of solo exhibitions: Bildraum01, Vienna, (AUT), 2021, Traklhaus Salzburg, (AUT), 2021, “ Ada, Vienna, (AUT), 2020, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, (AUT), 2017, Richmond Art Collective, Spokane, USA, 2017, Galerie Krinzinger, gallery statement at Parallel Vienna, 2016, Startgalerie, MUSA, Vienna, (AUT), 2015, Sightfenster (project space), Gallery Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne, (DEU), 2015, der Schaukasten, Vienna, (AuT), 2014, ”Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein, Linz, (AUT), 2014, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, (AUT), 2011, selection of group exhibitions: „Six Solo Shows“, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien, (AUT), 2021, Apeiron – Why Austrians Now?”, Radvila Palace Museum of Art, Vilnius, (LTU), 2021, House of losing control”, Vienna Art Week, Vienna, (AUT), 2021, „That’s new and needed II“, Brückengalerie, die Kunstsammlung des Landes OÖ, Linz, (AUT), 2021, Kardinal König Kunstpreis – nominierte Werke“ Kunstraum St. Virgil, Salzburg, (AUT), 2021, KAIR, Kamiyama, (JPN), 2019, OpenArt-Biennale, Örebro, (SWE), 2019, „Thomas Bernhard“(curated by Julia Schlager), Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin (DEU), 2019, „10th Međunarodni festival vizualnih umjetnosti“, Museum Lapidarium, Novigrad, Croatia„Foto“, Glockengasse 8A, Vienna (AUT), 2019
Galerie Krinzinger was found in 1971 by Ursula Krinzinger in 1972 the gallery moved to Innsbruck and since 1986 it is located in Vienna’s first district. Today the Gallery is run by Ursula Krinzinger and her son Thomas Krinzinger. In 2002 Krinzinger Schottenfeld (formerly Krinzinger Projekte) as an experimental exhibition space and as the first of four Artist in Residency locations opened its doors in the seventh district in Vienna. Since then the Gallery has founded the Krinzinger Residencies with further studios in Hungary, Sri Lanka, and Croatia. Initially the Gallery was based on Viennese Actionism and international performance and body related art and a very early focus on feminist art. Since its early years the Gallery is producing and curating not only prominent Solo Exhibitions, but also thematic group exhibitions of historic importance, for example Zur Situation und Kreativität der Frau (1975), Artist Festival in Brdo (1976), Zur Definition eines neuen Kunstbegriffs (1979), Neue Strategien NYC I (1986), Manierismus subjektiv (1987), Fluxus subjektiv (1990), LAX (1992), UK Maximum Diversity (1998), Berlin Binnendifferenz (2000), post_modellismus (2005), curated by_ (2009–2020), to a passer by (2019), and a great number of renowned Solo Exhibitions with international artists represented by the gallery such as Marina Abramović, Atelier van Lieshout, Kader Attia, Gottfried Bechtold, Monica Bonvicini, Günther Brus, Chris Burden, Angela de la Cruz, Zhang Ding, Secundino Hernández, Waqas Khan, Brigitte Kowanz, Maha Malluh, Jonathan Meese, Otto Mühl, Hans Op de Beeck, Meret Oppenheim, Eva Schlegel, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Mithu Sen, Sudarshan Shetty, Daniel Spoerri, Gavin Turk, Erik van Lieshout, Martin Walde, Mark Wallinger, Zhang Wei, Lois Weinberger, Thomas Zipp.
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Ursula Krinzinger / Thomas Krinzinger / Lisa Pehnelt / Barbara Siegel
Linus Riepler’s work has its roots in experiences that reappear in mentally relived stories. It is not his intention to tell his personal story through these elements, but to tell stories about objects, places and situations. In this process, the same objects can evoke completely different memories in the viewers; they function as a trigger that switches on a world of remembered experiences – like bridges to our memory that give an impulse to a common memory and story. In Linus Riepler’s installations simple materials, found objects and objects of daily use are combined with built objects, sculptures, drawings, and structures. (Daniela Hahn) In his artistic practice, Linus Riepler works on methods to engage the viewer. His subjects are the perception of space and how a narration can influence a spatial setting. He creates worlds that the viewer can enter. Sometimes they become room filling installations, other times they appear as dioramas inside small display boxes. Part of his methodology is experimentation with different ways of storytelling, but in every case the story stays fragmented.
born 1984 in Vöcklabruck, Austria, lives and works in Vienna. 2004 – 2009: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (with Manfred Pernice and Gunter Damisch) 2008: Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium 2009: Graduation, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna selection of solo exhibitions: Bildraum01, Vienna, (AUT), 2021, Traklhaus Salzburg, (AUT), 2021, “ Ada, Vienna, (AUT), 2020, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, (AUT), 2017, Richmond Art Collective, Spokane, USA, 2017, Galerie Krinzinger, gallery statement at Parallel Vienna, 2016, Startgalerie, MUSA, Vienna, (AUT), 2015, Sightfenster (project space), Gallery Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne, (DEU), 2015, der Schaukasten, Vienna, (AuT), 2014, ”Oberösterreichischer Kunstverein, Linz, (AUT), 2014, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, (AUT), 2011, selection of group exhibitions: „Six Solo Shows“, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien, (AUT), 2021, Apeiron – Why Austrians Now?”, Radvila Palace Museum of Art, Vilnius, (LTU), 2021, House of losing control”, Vienna Art Week, Vienna, (AUT), 2021, „That’s new and needed II“, Brückengalerie, die Kunstsammlung des Landes OÖ, Linz, (AUT), 2021, Kardinal König Kunstpreis – nominierte Werke“ Kunstraum St. Virgil, Salzburg, (AUT), 2021, KAIR, Kamiyama, (JPN), 2019, OpenArt-Biennale, Örebro, (SWE), 2019, „Thomas Bernhard“(curated by Julia Schlager), Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin (DEU), 2019, „10th Međunarodni festival vizualnih umjetnosti“, Museum Lapidarium, Novigrad, Croatia„Foto“, Glockengasse 8A, Vienna (AUT), 2019
Galerie Krinzinger was found in 1971 by Ursula Krinzinger in 1972 the gallery moved to Innsbruck and since 1986 it is located in Vienna’s first district. Today the Gallery is run by Ursula Krinzinger and her son Thomas Krinzinger. In 2002 Krinzinger Schottenfeld (formerly Krinzinger Projekte) as an experimental exhibition space and as the first of four Artist in Residency locations opened its doors in the seventh district in Vienna. Since then the Gallery has founded the Krinzinger Residencies with further studios in Hungary, Sri Lanka, and Croatia. Initially the Gallery was based on Viennese Actionism and international performance and body related art and a very early focus on feminist art. Since its early years the Gallery is producing and curating not only prominent Solo Exhibitions, but also thematic group exhibitions of historic importance, for example Zur Situation und Kreativität der Frau (1975), Artist Festival in Brdo (1976), Zur Definition eines neuen Kunstbegriffs (1979), Neue Strategien NYC I (1986), Manierismus subjektiv (1987), Fluxus subjektiv (1990), LAX (1992), UK Maximum Diversity (1998), Berlin Binnendifferenz (2000), post_modellismus (2005), curated by_ (2009–2020), to a passer by (2019), and a great number of renowned Solo Exhibitions with international artists represented by the gallery such as Marina Abramović, Atelier van Lieshout, Kader Attia, Gottfried Bechtold, Monica Bonvicini, Günther Brus, Chris Burden, Angela de la Cruz, Zhang Ding, Secundino Hernández, Waqas Khan, Brigitte Kowanz, Maha Malluh, Jonathan Meese, Otto Mühl, Hans Op de Beeck, Meret Oppenheim, Eva Schlegel, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Mithu Sen, Sudarshan Shetty, Daniel Spoerri, Gavin Turk, Erik van Lieshout, Martin Walde, Mark Wallinger, Zhang Wei, Lois Weinberger, Thomas Zipp.