Guenther Holler-Schuster & Martin Behr currently show as G.R.A.M. at Galerie Christine König in Vienna.
Today, a conversation between Günther-Holler Schuster will take place starting from 1.00 p.m.
G.R.A.M. show politically determined re-enactments which are taken from the real world shown in different settings and with clothing that is loaded with certain political orientations.
G.R.A.M. had a residency at the Schindler House where their series Paparazzi was developed to be shown at the Grazer Kunstverein in 1997 portraying celebrities.
Due to the death of Lady Diana coinciding with the exhibition at the Grazer Kunstverein the work back then was highly controversial therefore this part of the exhibition cancelled in respect to the Royal Family.
At the same time a new work by G.R.A.M. was developed a Vespa crashed in an accident, later spray-painted and today in the Belvedere Collection.
The exhibition at the Grazer Kunstverein was curated by Thomas Trummer and Eva-Maria Stadler.
Today Günther-Holler Schuster works as a curator of the Neue Galerie, Graz and Martin Behr is a journalist of Salzburger Nachrichten.
The exhibition at Galerie Christine König runs until 23rd December 2016
Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Art Consultant and independent critic