Exhibition Closing Reception this Saturday 5th of November 2022 at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Art Auction coming up in December 2022 – January 2023

As the exhibition at the Bell Tower on Schlossberg Mountain is coming to a close this week with the Closing Reception this Saturday, 5th of November 2022 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., we look forward to our third research period at the British Library for the next book currently in writing

Michelangelo’s Letters – Uncovered

to be published next year in October 2023 in AØH Limited Edition Art Books 2023

We would like to thank Giuseppe Vigneri for his assistance in the framework of his internship during the exhibition and wish him all the best for his future in the art world ahead. Thank you for all your hard work and effort Giuseppe. All my best wishes to you and your future endeavours!

The closing reception involves a short reading from the just finalised book by myself as the transcriber of Michelangelos’ original letters from my first two research periods in London at the British Library, the translator of the original manuscripts and the author of the finalised book

The Sistine Chapel Revisited
Michelangelo versus Marina Abramović

to be published in the series AØH Limited Edition Art Books 2022 in November 2022

All my best and see you all soon I hope,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Head of Board of Trustees for the Board

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Daniela Haberz, M.A. Head of Board of Trustees
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Glockenturm Graz
Schlossberg 6
8010 Graz, Austria

Austrian Contemporary Art and International Counterparts – Sneak Preview

Glockenturm Graz
Schlossberg 6
8010 Graz, Austria

We would like to cordially invite you to the opening reception of Austrian Contemporary Art & International Counter-parts on Friday, 7th of October 2022 from 4.00 until 7.00 p.m. to the Bell Tower Graz Liesl in Graz, Austria.

Obstruction by Joseph Beuys, limited edition

We welcome to the team of AØH Family Trust, Graz, Austria/ London, United Kingdom the art historian and Assistant Curator Giuseppe Vigneri from Italy.

A short statement by Giuseppe to introduce himself as following:

My name is Giuseppe Vigneri, 23 years old, from Italy.
With great pleasure, I will work as an assistant under the guidance of Daniela with AØH Art Consultancy Haberz. I am excited to be supporting the team during exhibitions and new projects based in London, Vienna and Graz.

Sneak Preview:

Sneak Preview video tour first works on show at the Bell Tower Graz, Austria

As a Graduate in Art History and Cultural Heritage, I believe that my knowledge on the subject will allow me to actively support the team in achieving its goals. Despite coming from the Country which has the richest and most prosperous artistic heritage worldwide, my generation has grown accustomed to the idea that art is just a hobby. Daniela takes instead the art sector seriously, as her own work shows, and supports emerging artists in order to see their value recognized, making it possible to enrich the world with new perspective through their artistic contributions.

Giuseppe Vigneri, Assistant Curator AØH Family Trust, Graz, Austria & London, United Kingdom

The exhibition is open on Thursday & Friday from 2.00 till 6.00 p.m. and Saturdays from 11.00 a.m. until 2.00 p.m. until Saturday, 5th of November 2022 when we celebrate the closing reception from 11.00 a.m. until 3.00 p.m.

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon and all my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A. & Giuseppe Vigneri

Austrian Contemporary Art & International Counterparts – Exhibition opening 7th of October 4.00 – 7.00 p.m. Bell Tower Graz, Austria

Book Deal #1 by British artist Johnathan Monk unique work to be printed on the wall in the given size.

The exhibition titled Austrian Contemporary Art & International Counterparts will be opening on Friday, 7th of October 4.00 – 7.00 p.m. at the Bell Tower Graz, Austria in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain 2022 curated by Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Family Trust/ AØH Familien Stiftung.

The exhibition features Austrian Contemporary Art and international counterparts from the past three decades and will include an Art Auction to benefit the AØH Family Trust/ AØH Familien Stiftung, which focuses on help for those in precarious situations and education for less fortunate children as well as the ones of a befriended family in Great Britain.

If you wish to take part in the auction please RSVP under/ UAwg unter:

stiftung@artconsultancyhaberz.org

All my best for the AØH Family Trustee Board,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Wealth Manager for Assets within Art & Art Investment

Wealth Manager at AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U., Graz/ Vienna, Austria & Director of the Charity AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee), London, United Kingdom

The Sistine Chaple Revisited 2022/2023

The Sistine Chaple Ceiling by Michelangelo Buonarroti June 2022

 

The Sistine Chaple Revisited. Michelangelo versus Marina Abramović showcases and counter-positions heritage artworks and monuments with contemporary art.

The preliminary beginnings were new notes about Michelangelo Buonarotti in relation to Marina Abramović alabaster sculpture work series Seven Deaths, photographed in October 2021 at Lisson Gallery, London, United Kingdom, who are the gallery representation of the artist.

Poison,  2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Fire, 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Leap, 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Breath, 2020/2021  by Marina Abramović

Fire, 2020/2021  by Marina Abramović

Breath, 2020/2021 (Detail)  by Marina Abramović

 

 

 

 

 

Leap, 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Breath, 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Mirror, 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Snake (Detail), 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Snake (Detail), 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Snake (Detail), 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Snake (Detail), 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

Snake (Detail), 2020/2021 by Marina Abramović

 

The research on the Sistine Chaple Revisited is the second book on the Sistine Chaple in relation to contemporary Art after publishing The Sistine Chaple. Michelangelo bersus Jeremy Deller, 2013-2017 published in 2017 in the book series AØH Art Consultancy Haberz in a limited edition of 10 copies, numbered and with personal inscription.

Since 2021 the research on the Sistine Chaple has intensified once again and the first artist counterpositioned is Marina Abramović, solely with her above named sculpture series and furthermore contemporaries of Michelangelo like Pietro Perugino, Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci amongst others.

Contemporary artists will include Olafur Elliasson, whose work is strongly related to Iceland’s nature, which this year in a short trip to Iceland documented the Fagradasfjall Vulcano in the midst of eruption bringing additional insight in a five hour hike into lands, that were unknown for me as a City only Walker so far even though used to 300 km walking in a month time it was a tough trail but once in a lifetime experience to see the magma coming from the centre of the earth spreeing out into the air. When photographing I held my breath and started to breath in when the lava was going down and breathed out when it flew into the air. Otherwise I would not have been able to calculate the eruption pace of the vulcano.

Fagradalsfjall Vulcano, Reykjavikgur, Iceland August 2022

Fagradalsfjall Vulcano, Reykjavikgur, Iceland

Fagradalsfjall Vulcano, Reykjavikgur, Iceland

Clearly related to Olafur Eliasson’s work Waterfall, 2019 shown  at Tate Modern, London and previously developed for a New York Commission at Hudson River are Icelandic waterfalls. The vulcano eruptions of Fagradsfjall in August 2022 however, can so far not yet been seen in Elliasson’s oeuvre, from my point of view, besides from his choice of colours and light therefore, further research is necessary into this side of his work.

Prime Numbers, 2022 by Franz Josef Haas

Franz Josef Haas is an emerging Austrian artist planned to be exhibited in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain 2022 showcasing his work series Prime Numbers, 2022 which visualise mathematical equations, only using prime numbers as a base for equations created by Haas.

Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991 by Cornelia Parker

Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991 by Cornelia Parker

Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991 by Cornelia Parker

Further artists include Cornelia Parker, whom I saw at Serpentine Gallery, London in the late 90s and just recently documented her new work at Tate Britain, London whilst my first research period at British Library in July 2022.The floating parts of her sculpture are related to her work from the 1990s but orchestrated fantastically at Tate Britain with the perfect lighting to spread the suspended wooden parts towards the wall as shadows.

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1988/1989 by Cornelia Parker

Her work series of flattly walzed silverwear has reached another dimension as well in this recent display, which allows for visitors to walk around this one space, fully encompassing sculpture suspended from the ceiling and lit to throw the shadows onto the floor in a slightly distorted manner,  to allow for a surreal mise-en scène involving the visitor in Foucault’s sense of inhabiting and shaping space.

In a recent book I studied at the County of Styria Library the Julius Grave by Michelangelo was referenced with Foucault’s determination of space and as  having written and further developed Foucault’s On Heterotopia I could relate to the writer’s aspect and add my approach in the further notes for my book and further group exhibition The Sistine Chaple Revisited. Michelangelo versus Marina Abramović planned  for May 2023 in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg  Mountain 2023.

As in June 2022 a trip to the Vatican City located Sistine Chaple has been taken, upon seeing the described works and monuments from book research and thereby made preliminary written notes for the book have been necessary to be revised, so far there is no publishing in October 2022 as previously scheduled, in order to further research on original documents like started in July 2022 in London, after being admitted to the manuscript reading room at the British Library, London to transcribe and translate Michelangelo’s original manuscripts in Renaissance Italian language.

To learn how to read and transcribe Michelangelo’s handwriting in this today dead language took up to four to five months studying his handwriting and transcribing and translating thereinafter, with the help of an Italian Dictionary by now successfully in outcome.

The Sistine Chaple Ceiling by Michelangelo Buonarroti June 2022

The Sistine Chaple Ceiling by Michelangelo Buonarroti June 2022

The Sistine Chaple fresco Handing of Keys to Saint Peter, 1680/1681 by Pietro Perugino June 2022

The Last Judgement, 1534 by Michelangelo and his contemporaries June 2022

Accomplished so far were transcriptions and translations of five letters between one third and two A4 pages in length with kind permission by the British Library, London, United Kingdom, as well as deciphering the date of the letter, by means of a previously created time-line, which has been revised again after the first research period and added to, in order to allocate the exact date by means of the background biographical and work-related data accumulated beforehand.

As the letters were restricted material photographs were not permitted but I can say that my transcription as well as translations will be accessible in the book in their entirety.

The next step is waiting for permission to photograph the Sistine Chaple by the Musei Vaticani in Vatican City, Italy, upon their request to read my initial notes, in order to take a decision as well hear the decision for my request to become part of the Edizione Musei Vaticani.

To await the result of my application to the Sopraintendenza Archiologica in Toscana with regards to access to the original letters located at the Casa Buonarroti Archives as well as photograph the selected and discussed works in Florence & Rome, Italy and London, United Kingdom.

Furthermore, I look forward to the results of my funding application to the European Union in September 2022 and the participation approval by my chosen collaboration partners in this research endeavour.

The main goal is to shed new light on Michelangelo and his contemporaries as well as allocating the manuscripts date-wise to increase value of the collections evaluated. In addition raise the value of contemporary art by means of recommendation of the discussed artists and raising their provenance by means of the exhibition of the same title curated by Daniela Haberz, M.A. in Graz, Austria and London, United Kingdom as well as Vatican City, Rome, Italy.

Last but not least  heritage protected monuments will be shed new light upon to raise the finances needed to preserve them for posterity.

The Sistine Chaple Revisited. Michelangelo versus Marina Abramović is published in the art book series AØH Limited Edition Art Book 2022/2023 in a limited edition of 60 copies each, numbered by hand and with personal inscription in English, German and Italian language and is the seventh book in this series.

Looking forward to the results and wish me good luck for a successful outcome,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Wealth Adviser for Art & Art Investment & Curator and Author of the exhibition and limited edition art book

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Today’s crisis – today’s opportunity – A diplomatic approach

Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2021/2022                                             by Marina Abramović                                                            Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee),                 and for Lisson Gallery, London & the artist

The work series Seven Deaths carved into alabaster and lit from behind shows seven ways a person in this case impersonated by the artist herself can die. For me this series which was displayed at Lisson Gallery in London Cork Street, shows the possibility of a Leap, as inherent in the title, a Leap, which as well was the title of Lee Ufan’s so far unrealised sculpture intended to be displayed in public space as a permanent sculpture was conceived to be a jump by a jaguar cat into the river. The project is currently postponed and is planned to be shown in a different location later this year.

The Leap in Marina Abramović alabaster work clearly states, the way out for myself, it can be understood of a way out of the series of deaths thst are portrayed in the seven alabaster pieces which I reference in my book on the Sistine Chaple in juxtaposition with works on the Sistine Chaple ceiling. Three images so far have been analysed and the images in comparison with scenes in the book Die Sixtinische Kapelle by Antonio Paolucci published in the Edizioni Musei Vaticani can clearly be related to scenes from Michelangelo’s Chaple Ceiling. 

Another reason why I decided to write about this work by Marina Abramović is the current crisis between Ukraine and Russia who have signed a peace treaty on 25th of January 2022 to end the crisis in Eastern Europe.

The work Seven Deaths: The Leap, 2021/2022 seemed the perfect counterposition of a way out of the crisis without making it go into the wrong direction. Both presidents of Russia and the Ukraine have contested more than once that diplomatic conversations are possible, humanitarian aid has bern promised by most European countries as well as Great Britain, but in all of this internationsl turmoil this work by Marina Abramović shows and symbolises what everyone wants right now, the way out of a madness that is lit by half-researched information by the media, to pour oil into the burning barell we would say in Austria meaning that this way the situation can get worse by the wrong choice of wording.

The situation sounds all too familiar to me when I think of the gulf war years ago, where historians were employed to give their high valued opinion only to find out years later that they mis-interpreted the situation entirely.

I even thought of going to Russia myself to find out if the war is even happening or not as in many reviews and interviews given, I have analysed in the past weeks, the interviewees have heard something but no one saw anything.

The next day, several video clips were re-worked and talked over by commentators edited and cut in different manners, so that the original video could not be accessed again.

The only video that remained intact was by Reuters published by Sky News and had the signing of the peace treaty by president Putin and the two representatives of the Luhansk and Donetzk people at the end of it.

To keep me from worrying I have taken up chess games against myself in my spare time and with every game I play, the chess pieces seem to be a reminder that the crisis can not go any further, what would happen if these were real people I asked myself once when I stopped playing.

The theme I created for myself is: Every day is a good day for diplomacy.

I might not be talking Russian nor Ukranian but I am used to listen to English dubbing and translations and thereby can analyse situations which others might interprete wrongly as they keep listening to the beginning but loose interest or do not keep track reading subtitles. My point I am making is: Do not jump to conclusions when you haven’t heard the entire story.

This is the difference between art criticism where I can go back to a long lasting experience in viewing and reviewing art exhibitions but in this case with the crisis in Eastern Europe every word and facial expression counts.

Without that as a foreigner you are lost and rather not say a word about it as you might unleash something that you do not want to be involved in or might incur a reaction solely by mis-interpretation of the situation.

For me the signing of the peace treaty is the way into the right direction and I believe that all parties will adhere to it.

The mistake we should not make however, and this is vital, is to become yellow press and shout out paroles or unreflected headlines that scare the public or might just ignite that barrel I used as an analogy before-hand.

The people of Ukraine and Russia should not suffer under the crisis that should have ended before it began, they suffer and I would draw the attention to today’s report about Russian civilians suffering from the sanctions of the Western world, all those artists and poets as well as general public per se, They are people too and one-sided journalism and criticism does not help the situation. 

In my notes yesterday I said, flipping through a  local  newspaper and the accounts there, It seems that independant journalism is dead.

The main issue I see is thst every Eastern European citizen has their own account and approach to the story but we mustn’t forget that our grand-fathers grew up in fear of Russia as they participated in wars againts Eastern Europe, Still us today, we need to free ourselves from the past and adhere to the most principle rule, that everyone needs to be allowed to tell their side of the story otherwise one view is told but the other side is silenced as well as thereby the principle of democracy, free speech.

More about my second book about the  Sistine Chaple in comparison with contemporary art from 2017 until today which I have seen and reviewed  and curated myself in the past years to follow.

All my best wishes and keep an open mind,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment & Independant journalist

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee), London, United Kingdom

Mirror Rooms by Yayoi Kusama @ Tate Modern, London

The Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama presented her show Mirror Rooms at Tate Modern in London, United Kingdom in the new wing of the gallery.

In her especially designed mirror rooms you could nearly loose yourself and since my review of her little mirror room in Heli Onstadt Museum in Oslo her installations have grown in the setting of Tate Modern Gallery on Bankside in the former power plant. 

Upon entering the space, you were welcomed by giant squids in the so called Turbine Hall in this building, formerly used to produce electricity.

In this sense the artist presenting the squids that floated up and down the enourmous entrance hall dragged us towards Kusama’s presentation in the upstairs galleries in the newly created wing of the adjacent building, added a few years ago for solo displays.

Kusamas’ works as always kept their promise of a mesmerizing experience, making us understand how her own psychological state, viewing dots everywhere feels like in the sligthest.

Even though we can not grasp, how it must be to constantly be surrounded by dots, never being confronted by the white sheet you might scream for after a while, we still are grateful that she shares her obsession and visual craze in such a poetic manner making us feel part of her world.

Here a small video to allow the experience to be shared here on my Art Consultancy website

Looking forward to your reactions please leave them in the comments!

With special thanks to Tate Modern for the press access and permission to photograph and film.

All my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Wealth Adviser & Independent Art Critic

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee)

Photo & Video Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee).

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What Do We Need Art For? Between Austria & Great Britain

What Do We Need Art For, 2021 by AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited (by Guarantee)

Coinciding with the opening of AØH Consultancy Finchley Road Gallery, the first exhibition titled What Do We Need Art For? Between Austria and the United Kingdom is opening on Friday, 12th of November from 4.00 until 7.00 p.m. and invited four visual artist, a musician & a gallerist producing multiple art

Niki Passath, Elizabeth Pfniess from Austria and Reiner Langer based in Germany, Rob Ritchie from Scottland as well as British musician RCH, invited Curator of the Music & Film Programm and James Pidcock, Curator & Head of Grey Art Multiples, Paris, France.

The exhibition tackles an important topic as denoted in its title and often reflected upon and is inspired by the book with the same title documenting Jean-Luc Nancy’s lecture at State Academy for Fine Arts in Karlsruhe haven taken  place in the series Riemschneider Lectures published by State Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe and Walther & Franz Koenig Books.

Why do we need art? Is it bringing us joy alone or simply distraction when engaging in art previews and parties, that are inherent or do we need it to feel more at home? When I travel, the first thing I do is put up art in my hotel room.

The above-mentioned book, documenting a talk by Jean-Luc Nancy came into my book collection, when wandering around Frieze Art Fair in Regents Park just recently and was ready for a break, deciding to get a book, fitting into my handbag to read over lunch.

This was the ultimate necessity I had at this moment and I purchased two books at my favourite book store Walther Koenig Books at the artfair.

In my role as a Wealth Adviser for Art, I hear all sorts of requests from: It should fit on a wall of three metres by two or have a certain colour. For me these wishes are not unusual and I understand that clients have their own approach to what they want.

Some might say, that clients with requirements like these, are not worthy to be followed up on, but I see it differently.

In the framework of the exhibitions a music programme for my Visiting AØH Balcony Series is created and the musician RCH has been invited to curate this part of the gallery programme. It is planned to take place regularly once a month or bi-monthly.

The art space AØH Consultancy Finchley Road Gallery is non-for-profit and is located in Finchley Road, London, United Kingdom.

Looking forward to hearing from you and all my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment

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Kunst & Handwerk/ Art & Craft – Is it Real?

London Rowing Club in Putney at the River Thames

London Rowing Club in Putney at the River Thames

In a world that is dominated by certificates of authenticity and evaluators and professional assessers making a living from providing their appraisals, we need to call upon our senses and ask ourselves if the art is in the foreground or the provenance.

My mother most recently said, when I gifted my parents a Banksy: I don’t care if it is real or not I like the work!

I guess we should all take ourselves back a little and consider that it is about the artwork itself and the artist no matter who she or he is that matters.

Showcasing a young, Austrian leather bag designer Margarethe Breisach with her label Maggie B. Good in interview with myself as curator of the exhibition to be found below. Her website: http://www.maggiebgood.com

Furthermore we are currently in the middle of building a boat and present our current bi-lateral country endeavour to build a wooden rowing five boat in the framework of my new London project London Rowing Club in Putney at the River Thame Ladies & Gentlemen Club, which invites marginalised and socially excluded groups like homeless or mentally strained, to get together and build this Austrian-British boat, planned in Putney at the River Thames in my rowing club there.

The final location will be sent to those who are part of the team, later this year after signing up per Email or phone under my private contact details as below.

Those who are interested to join please sign up under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org or call me under my British mobile phone: +44 759 265 7030

The exhibition Art & Craft – Is it Real in the Bell Tower Graz, will present results from past workshops in the series Art Ark/ Bridging by means of Art from 2019 and 2020 created into graffitis splattered around the towers corners and walls, certainly keeping the heritage in mind leaving no trace behind when we leave.

We look forward to welcome my favourite class 4.C which I teach since the second grade in workshops every year and look forward to welcoming the Akademische Gymnasium secondary school again this year.

We would like to thank our long-term sponsor Real Estate Department of the City of Graz and the Tourism Association for their funding support.

We are open Thursday & Fridays from 2.00 until 6.00 p.m. and Saturday from 11.00 a.m. until 2.00 p.m.

Last but not least I would like to welcome our new Head of IT George Kettele as well represented in the exhibition with a sound sculpture which was exhibited in London in August/ September 2021 this year.

For guided tours please get in touch under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org or my British mobile +44 759 265 7030

Looking forward to seeing you all there soon,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment

Image Credit: by George Kettele for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz e.U.

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