viennacontemporary insights x velvenoir
Invisible Museum, which is based on the idea of a museum of Roma culture. The accompanying discussions of Talks, as well as an educational program with guided Tours on selected topics and the Family program, provide visitors with easy access to art for all age groups.
The fair offered selected Eastern European art, an outstanding selection of the best galleries from Austria, with a focus on the emerging art markets as well as bridging East and West. We enjoyed exploring new galleries and talented artists from eastern Europe throughout the fair. Here are our #viennacontemporary2018 insights from emerging artists to established artists, overall the art selection we found during the fair was a blended mix of different talents we believe are worth collecting…[/rs_special_text][rs_image_carousel items=”image-carousel-items-5″ image_list=”2996,2997,2998,3005,3006,3007,3008,3010,3011,3012,3013,3014″][rs_special_text font=”google_web_font_Lato” tag=”h4″]Artist Matthias Meyer & Julio Rondo represented by Galerie Andreas Binder, Enrico Bach, Aurelia Gratzer and Christioph Shirmer represented by Galerie Bechter Katowsky.The Helsinki School, featured works of art by artist Rainer Paananen, Pertti Kekarainen, Niko Luoma and Mikko Rikala. Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer featured artists such as Alina Kunitsyna and James English Leary. Art Installations by artist Aljoscha could be found at the booth Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art. and many more – for further details about the artworks seen in the above images, please do not hesitate to contact us anytime to provide you with further details on the artist and artwork.
With this in mind, we would like to congratulate the organizers of viennacontemporary, for hosting such a niche art fair in Austria. We are looking forward to the next viennacontemporary in 2019