Edition 14: ‘Mal was Deutsches
19.09.2009 – 16.11.2009
For the first time Hangar-7 in Salzburg is dedicating a show to painting and sculpture by up-and-coming artists from the neighbouring country of Germany. From 19 September to 16 November 2009 ‘Mal was Deutsches is showing works by ten artists.
The exhibition ‘Mal was Deutsches consciously poses the question of what the young and still unknown generation of artists, beyond the “boom artists” of the Leipzig School, are concerned with, what artistic routes they are taking and what themes dominate their work. With the selection of ten artists for the show, the HangART-7 art programme is presenting a small cross-section of a huge and highly topical range of current art production.
Exhibited are works by: Gregor Gaida (*1975), Elke Graalfs (*1966), Nikola Irmer (*1970), Franziska Klotz (*1979), Gerit Koglin (*1974), Anna Krammig (*1981), Irma Markulin (*1982), Sibylle Springer (*1975), Johannes Vetter (*1979) and Nadine Wölk (*1979).
Curator: Lioba Reddeker