Vienna: GPL Contemporary - stoffARTen with 4 women artists.
New York:Jim Kempner Fine Arts - ROAR with 21 women artists.
Anywhere & Everywhere: Human Cocoon... live in Vienna's Stephansdom.
My Human Cocoon at the most beautiful gothic cathedral in Central Europe, at the St. Stephansdom in Vienna. It is nestled on a mixture of red blood cells from three individuals: an artist, a surgeon/scientist and a priest, till April 7, when it will metamorphose into the Butterfly@ArtScienceSpirituality.
Kindly invited to have a glimpse of it in this 4,5 minute video:
or/and in its 12 minute presentation at:
In New York City: kindly invited to the opening of ROAR, 21-women artist show at Jim Kempner Fine Art gallery in Chelsea, 501 W 23rd St. New York. NY 10011, on March 16 from 6pm to 9 pm:
Jennifer Bartlett Louise Bourgeois Cecily Brown Emilie Brzezinski Lin Emery Helen Frankenthaler Carole Freeman Ellen Gallagher Marianne Garnier Deborah Kass
I am pleased to share that my work "First Sun/ Last Sun" will be part of the March exhibition "Roar!!!" with an exceptional selection of 21 women artists who "roared in the past and are also roaring into the future contemporary art scene" at the Jim Kempner Fine Art Gallery in Chelsea, NYC.
My "First Sun/Last Sun" diptych of recycled lace assemblages will be an artistic intervention that specifically appears in dialogue with the gallery architect Phillip Smith!
You are cordially invited to the opening on March 16th from 6-9pm at Jim Kempner Fine Art. 501 W 23rd St. New York.
The exhibition will be on view until April 16.
Thanks to everyone who joined the group opening of stoffARTen at GPL contemporary in Vienna yesterday of 4 women artists: Mela Diamant, Lilly Hagg, G. Maria Wetter and myself.
I’m participating with my „Rose Garden series“ , DNA Ivy“ and Giver and Keeper of red & white blood cells“.
“Rose Garden Series is a tapestry series inspired by old castle tapestries recording and decoding the “once upon a time” and the “forever after more” stories through a mixture of contemporary and industrial materials interwoven with precious old and handmade, lace bits bought and up-cycled from flea markets from around the globe.“
The exhibition is on view from 11th of March till the 1th of April.
My thanks to George Peithner-Lichtenfels!