artists

2014 COOPERATION EXTENDED

 

Andreas Dwořak (1957, Vienna, Austria). Lives and works in Vienna. He has participated in many group and solo exhibitions and projects and was awarded several grants. He worked as a curator.

Cornelia König (1963, Baden, Austria). Lives and works in Baden, Austria. Graduated from University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.  MA in Arts and Cultural Management (2010) and Technical College of Glass, Tyrol, Austria – apprentices’ final examination / mastership (1987). Participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide.

Georg Lebzelter (1966, Melk, Austria). Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (1990), studied at Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain (1993). Since 1990 he has had several teaching assignments at schools and universities of art and graphic design. Received several awards for his artwork and has held many solo and group exhibitions.

Gerlinde Thuma (1962, Vienna, Austria). Works in painting, sculpture, film animation and stage design. Graduated from University of Applied Arts, Vienna, (Maria Lassnig), study of painting and film animation (1988). Has held many exhibitions as well as participating in group exhibitions and AIR programs.

Kirsten Borchert (1986, Oberhausen, Germany). Graduated in graphics and printmaking from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, (2013). She received many awards for her artwork and has taken part in many international group and solo exhibitions.

Kurt Spittaler (1966, Bruck/Mur, Austria). Lives and works in Kottingbrunn. He studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts with Bruno Gironcoli (1999 diploma with distinction). He has held many exhibitions and his artworks are to be found in private collections.

Martina Funder (1953, Vienna, Austria). Freelancing in Baden. Graduated  in the study of oil painting from Academy of Fine Art, Vienna (1978). She has held many exhibitions in Austria and abroad since 1975 and has received several awards.

Michael Wegerer (1970, Wiener Neustadt, Austria). Lives and works as an artist in Vienna and Lower Austria. Graduated with honors in visual and media art (2008) from the University of Applied Art, Vienna. Master studies in fine art practice at the Royal College of Art in London. Received many awards and is a guest lecturer at many international universities. Participated in AIR programs and has had numerous group and solo exhibitions.

Petra Buchegger (1970, Graz, Austria).  Lives and works in Vienna. Graduated from the Art Academy in Vienna (1991). Studied at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), graduated 1999. She has shown in many international exhibitions.

Robert Svoboda (1959, Vienna, Austria). Lives and works in Lower Austria and Vienna. Graduated from Vienna Art School (1984). Since 1984 has been working in graphic design, art print and as a freelance painter and sculptor. Appeared in many solo and group exhibitions.

Rosa Roedelius (1975, Forst/Bevern, Germany). Lives and works mainly in Baden and Vienna. As a painter and sculptress, she works in different fields such as stage design, performance and installations in public spaces. She has held exhibitions and projects worldwide.

Ruth Brauner (1975, Mödling, Lower Austria). Lives and works in Vienna and Lower Austria. Graduated from the University for Applied Arts, academic studies in arts and graphics, Vienna, (2002). She was awarded several scholarships and has held numerous group and single exhibitions and public acquisitions since 2000.

Danijel  Babić (1967, Očauš, Bosnia and Herzegovina). He graduated from the College of Applied and Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, and the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad (Art of Painting – 1995). He has participated in many various collective exhibitions in Serbia and abroad.

Gala Čaki (1987, Zrenjanin, Serbia). Bachelor degree from the Department of Fine Arts, Section for Painting, Academy of Arts, University of Novi Sad, Serbia (2010). Master studies at the Department of Fine Arts, Sections for Painting and Drawing, Academy of Arts, University of Novi Sad (2011). Participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Received many awards for her artwork.

Jelena Sredanović (1982, Novi Sad, Serbia). Graduated from the Academy of Arts (2005) and obtained an MA in 2009. Jelena is a research assistant at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and a PhD student at the University of Arts in Belgrade. She received many awards and exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions.

Korina Gubik (1983, Senta, Serbia). Lives and works in Novi Sad. Graduated from the Department of Painting at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. Has had many group and solo exhibitions. Received several awards for her artwork.

Lea Vidaković (1983, Subotica, Serbia). Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb, Croatia (2011), MA in audio visual arts at the Royal Academy of Arts (KASK), Ghent, Belgium (2012). She has held many international group and solo exhibitions.

Maja Erdeljanin (1971, Novi Sad, Serbia). Graduated from the Department of Painting at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (1995). Master’s degree in Painting from the same Academy (2008). Participated in many solo and collective exhibitions, art colonies, AIR programs and symposiums in Serbia and abroad.

Milan Jakšić (1952, Osijek, Croatia). Lives and works in Pančevo, Serbia. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad (1979). Working and exhibiting since 1971.

Miloš Vujanović (1965, Podgorica, Montenegro). Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad (1991), MA in 2000. He received several awards for his artwork, illustrations, and educational work and has had many solo and group exhibitions.

Nada Denić (1954, Koljane, Dalmatia). Lives and works in Pančevo, Serbia. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1979 and received a Master of Arts degree. Member of ULUS (Serbian Society of Fine Arts) since 1980. Working and exhibiting since 1977.

Pal Dečov (1951, Skorenovac, Serbia). Graduated from the Art Academy in Novi Sad, Serbia (1980). MA in Fine Arts from Belgrade (1983). He has had many solo and group international exhibitions. Lives and works in Opovo, Serbia.

Radmila Matejević Janković (1984, Aleksinac, Serbia). Graduated from the Department of Arts, Niš University, where she received her PhD. She obtained many awards for her artwork and has participated in numerous international group and solo exhibitions.

Tucović Vidoje (1968, Požega, Serbia). Graduated and received an MA from the Art Academy in Novi Sad. A professor of icon and wall painting (fresco and mural), he has held many group and solo exhibitions. His paintings are in numerous private collections around the world and he has painted several iconostasis and frescoes in churches in Serbia, Macedonia and Greece.

Željana Jurković (1987, Novi Sad, Serbia). Studied sculpture at the Department of Fine Arts, University of Novi Sad (2010), where she received MA degree in sculpture (2012). The recipient of awards, she has held many solo and group exhibitions.

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