AØH Travel London Oct 2020

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This year AØH Travel is going to Frieze Week in London.

In conversation about young Styrian and Austrian Art in comparison with emerging British Art with gallerist Jari Lager at Union Gallery, London


We joined Lehmann Maupin at the opening of their new art space in Mayfair

We visited Zabludowicz Collection and got a private VIP tour by the curator.

Link Tate Gallery: https://www.tate.org.uk


Link Hayward Gallery: https://www.haywardgallery.org.uk

Attention: Pre-registering necessary (see link above)

Open: Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm and Sunday, 10am – 6pm Monday and Tuesday closed

Southbank Centre
Belvedere Rd
Bishop’s
London SE1 8XX

Email: info@haywardgallery.org.uk
Call: +44 20 7960 5211


Link Whitechapel Gallery: https://www.whitechapelgallery.org

Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High St
London E1 7QX

Call: +44 (0)20 7522 7888
Email: info@whitechapelgallery.org


Link: Lehmann Maupin, South Kensington, London: https://www.lehmannmaupin.com/news/lehmann-maupin-london-opens-at-cromwell-place-in-october

1 Cromwell Place
South Kensington
SW7 2JE London

Opening hours: Wednesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM
By appointment: Monday–Tuesday, 10 AM–6 PM
Email: london@lehmannmaupin.com


Link: Lisson Gallery, Mayfair, London: https://www.lissongallery.com/news/lisson-gallery-to-open-on-cork-street-mayfair

22 Cork Street
London
W1S 3NA

Call +44 (0)20 7724 2739
Email 
contact@lissongallery.com


At Union Gallery within the Programme of Frieze Week I am giving a talk on current projects of AØH Art Consultancy Haberz including Sculpture Garden on the River Mur and exhibitions in the series Visiting Schlossberg Mountain and Styrian Art.

Date: 09th of October 2020 at 3.00 – 4.30 p.m. (including Q&A)

Union Gallery, London: http://www.union-gallery.com

If someone is interested for me to include their work in my presentation please write to: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org and send your CV and portfolio.

In our spare time we take part in a service at Westminster Abbey like last year and visit

Westminster Abbey: https://www.westminster-abbey.org 
Kew Gardens: https://www.kew.org
Princess Diana Memorial Playground: https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/kensington-gardens/things-to-see-and-do/diana-memorial-playground

For the detailed program please get in touch under the below contacts.

All my best wishes,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment


Daniela Haberz, M.A., Curator & Collection Adviser
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Wealth Management limited to the assessment
in moveable assets in Art & Art Investment

Head office: Schörgelgasse 32/1/6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Exhibition space: Bell Tower ‘Liesl’ Graz, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org

Exhibition Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt until 31st of October 2020

Dear friends of the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz,

We are happy to inform you, that the exhibition Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt will be travelling to London in November and Rotterdam to Victory Art in December 2020.

A great opportunity for us to inaugurate our new office and company AØH Art Consultancy Haberz Limited in Baker Street in London on 12th of November 2020 at 4.00 till 6.00 p.m. Not only Sherlock Holmes has is current office there now we follow to bring the culture and art scene of our City Graz and our county Styria out into the world.

Due to the artworks being sent to London already with end of October,  I would like to announce that the exhibition is closing on 31st of October. New opening hours: Thursday & Friday 2.00 till 5.00 p.m. and Saturday 11.00 a.m. till 2.00 p.m.

For those who can not make it here an one hour curatorial tour through Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt by Daniela Haberz, M.A. in English language: 

Due to new regulations of the federal government and today’s chamber of commerce regulations we cancel the finissage and as well shorten the exhibition by a week.

We  already counted 700 visitors so far and I would say that in turbulent times like theses it can be considered a successful outcome.

Yesterday, along strict guidelines of the ministry of education and federal government laws we held a school workshop, mainly outdoors and with access to the exhibition for five students on each floor only at a time.

At this point I would like to thank professor Helga Kikel and my favourite students 3 c from Akademisches Gymnasium Graz, Austria for being part of Art Arc/ Bridging by means of Art and am looking forward to exhibit their artworks inspired by the exhibition next year in October/ November 2021 in the framework of Art & Craft taking place as part of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain 2021. The travel of the students work to London in 2021 after we close is ahead too and plans are to invite people to come to London with me as a guide to explore British culture, food and sports in October 2021 during Frieze Week 2021. Please write to me if you are interested to hear more or be put on our mailing list under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org

Any kid or student, that would like to hand in a drawing or artwork for this exhibition is more than welcome to call me in Austria under: +43 664 182 8678 or in England: +44 759 265 7030 or drop me a short note under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org

With best wishes,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment


Bitte finden Sie den Pressetext in Deutscher Sprache hier:
Pressetext Paintings Painted Malerei Gemalt Oktober November 2020

Einladungskarte: 
Ausstellungseinladung/ Invitation Card: Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt 2020

The next exhibition opening in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain 2020 will open on Friday, 2nd  of October 2020 at 4.00 until 7.00 p.m. and presents the artists Tonino Gotarelli as master of mixed media painting approach in a co-operation with the Fondazione Gottarelli in Imola, Italy and currently active painters. From Germany Reiner Heidorn, and from Austria, Rene Berghold, Martin Brischnik, Walter Köstenbauer, Max Kulich, Elisabeth Pfniss, Wendelin Pressl Susanne Wolte and Katharina Zussner.

The exhibition takes place in the framework of the exhibition series Visiting Schlossberg Mountain 2020 and is curated by Daniela Haberz  M.A. as well serving as recommendation for Collection Acquisition in my role as a Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment.

As Barbara Rosen established in a symposium on Donald Judd in a panel discussion titled Is Easle Painting Dead? with Larry Bannard, Larry Poons and Robert Rauschenberg on 10th of November 1966 the artists were asked for their perspective on being a painter and having finally chosen this medium as primary one in their career or not. Like stated a painter is simply not good enough for any other medium that’s why they are stuck with painting as a creative output sent a controversial message.

Spinning this controversial point of view  further, my curatorial choice of contemporary painters shows current practise in this medium with a today approach on the often considered rusty technique, mainly known by the general public as oil painting on canvas hanging in art history museums or showcasing well established artists in large survey retrospectives.

Paintings Painted/ Malerei Gemalt further references an exhibition called Painting 2.0 shown at Tate Modern and provides a new and fresh perspective on a ‘dying?’ medium.

That’s left for the visitor to decide, whom we welcome back to the Bell Tower on Schlossberg Graz with the second exhibition in this year 2020. The art book on Alfredo Barsuglia will be presented to the public that day during the opening ceremony on 2nd of October 2020 starting from 4.00 p.m. until 7.00 p.m.

The latest limited edition art book on Alfredo Barsuglia’s exhibition Horizon in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain Oct/ Nov 2019 written by Daniela Haberz, M.A. has been published. The book includes Barsuglia’s project Zeitsprung/ Time Jump, 2019-2040 for the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur curated and headed by Daniela Haberz, M.A. and has been inaugurated on 10th of September 2020 at 4.30 until 6.00 p.m. at the Grünanger Playground & Skateboard Park.

We would like to take the time to announce our latest co-operation with Hungary based Art Consultancy Lavor Collective: http://www.lavorcollective.com

and Victory Art, Rotterdam: https://www.victoryart.eu

All my best and I am looking forward to engage in thorough discussion on painting,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

1) Donald Judd Interviews, Is Easle Painting Dead?
Panel Discussion with Barbara Rosen (moderator), Darby Bannard, Larry Poons and Robert Rauschenberg, November 10, 1966, p. 104-146


Location of the sculpture Zeitsprung/Time Jump, 2019-2040:
Gruenanger Park
Angergasse 78, 8041 Graz, Austria

Public transport from Jakominiplatz, Graz
Bus 34E Willi-Thaller Straße
Bus 34 Dr. Plochl Straße

By car to the entrance:
Dr. Plochl Straße corner Andersengasse

Please be considerate of neighbouring residents when visiting.


Daniela Haberz, M.A., Curator & Collection Adviser
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Wealth Management limited to the assessment
in moveable assets in Art & Art Investment

Head office: Schörgelgasse 32/1/6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Exhibition space: Bell Tower ‘Liesl’ Graz, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org

 

 

Studio visit at Olafur Eliasson’s Reykjavik satellite space

 

Today, we have visited the satellite studio space Olafur Eliasson is working at when in Iceland.

The space is a refurbished fish market hall transformed into little galleries and Olafur Eliasson’s studio that serves for display of his latest work.

Today, I learned from his assistant that Danish-Icelandic visual artist Olafur Eliasson has as well been involved in the design of the Harpa Concert Huís which in my opinion is clearly visible in the facade.

In comparison we can reference Eliasson’s interior sculpture in Oslo Concert Hall, which we visited last year.

Tomorrow, Saturday, 22nd of August 2020 starting from 12.00 p.m. there will be two exhibition openings in the Marshall Building where Eliasson’s studio is housed and it will be open as well for those in town who missed it.

Enjoy the visual material to get a glimpse of Eliasson’s latest endeavours, which partly have been realised for the studio space in Reykjavik anew.

All my best from Iceland,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Curator & Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment

AØH Travel Reykjavik, Iceland – Harpa Concert Hús

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland 2020 Bildrechte/ Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland 2020 Bildrechte/ Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Dear friends of the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz,

This year the AØH Journey has brought us to Reykjavik in Iceland to enjoy contemporary art, architecture & the local kitchen.

The Harpa Concert Hall is the first building that I documented today and we will continue tomorrow with Culture Hús, National Museum & the local church. On Thursday, the day after a studio visit to Olafur Eliasson’s space in Reykjavik is scheduled.

Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland
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If you are currently here in Reykjavik feel free to join. Let me know under my Austrian mobile no.: +43 664 182 8678 or my private office e-mail: dhaberz@attconsultancyhaberz.org

For those at home or sonewhere else, enjoy the summer and photographic documentary with art criticism on our website.

All my best from Reykjavik,

Daniela Haberz

Curator, Wealth Adviser for Art as Investment & Independent Art Critic

Einweihung ‘Zeitsprung’ von Alfredo Barsuglia im Skulpturengarten an der Mur, Graz, Austria

Zeitsprung/ Time Jump, 2019- 2040 by/ von Alfredo Barsuglia

Die Einweihung dieses ersten Projektes des Skulpturengarten an der Mur und dadurch die Einweihung am 09.11.2019 begann mit einer Baumpflanzung, eine Cloak & Dagger Aktion, könnte man sagen, da es im beginnenden Winter sehr rasch dunkel geworden ist, zu Deutsch würde man sagen Nacht und Nebel Aktion, natürlich offiziell bewilligt und von den Behörden abgesegnet.

Die Auswahl des richtigen Steines war durch die gute Zusammenarbeit und Baustellenbesuch bei der ARGe Murkraftwerk Firma Porr Granit möglich, Christian half bei der Auswahl und Herbert unser Baggerfahrer hat den an die tausend Kilo schweren Stein, der von mir ausgewählt wurde um sich ins Konzept der Murpromenadengestaltung und Parkgestaltung entlang der Mur einzufügen.

Gleichzeitig wurde der fünf-jährige Buchenbaum, der laut Konzept von Barsuglia bei Pflanzung dieses Alter hatte, um 2040, dann 26 Jahre alt, mit einer kleinen eingekerbten Ritzzeichnung versehen wird, die Barsuglia, wie er sagt anbringt, sofern er und der Baum noch leben. Der Baum gedeiht prächtig und ist über den Winter und Frühling sehr gut angewachsen, also sollte dies kein Problem ergeben.

Das Gestaltungskonzept im Park selbst, der als Kinderspielplatz und Skateboardpark genutzt wird, ergab die Baumpflanzung genau in einer diagonalen Linie, sodass drei Bäume unterschiedlichen Alters und dadurch Größe genau über die Distanz hinweg zu sehen sind.

Der kürzlich laut Konzept platzierte Stein wurde vor dem Baum platziert und dient gleichzeitig als Sitzmöglichkeit für Kinder, Jugendliche und Eltern, wenn sie im Park spielen oder Skateboard fahren.

Ich bedanke mich an dieser Stelle nochmals recht herzlich bei Christian und Herbert und dem ganze Baustellenteam, für die Möglichkeit der raschen Umsetzung nach Auswahl des Steines. Wie ich zu Christian gesagt habe, ich finde es toll, dass er ‘hands on’ ist, wie man im Britischen sagt, also ein Mann der Tat, der Stein wurde sofort von der Baggerschaufel aufgehoben, durch den Park transportiert und platziert.

Die Widmungstafel wurde ein paar Tage später fachgerecht durch Gregor Neubauer, einem der letzten Steinmetze, der noch Handarbeit mit Meißel und Hammer leistet, fachgerecht angebracht und kündigt nun Barsuglias Intervention am Samstag, 05. Mai im Jahr 2040 an, welche diese Arbeit noch weiterentwickelt.

Nun haben wir jedoch noch ein Datum näher der Zeit um zusammenzukommen und den Skulpturengarten an der Mur, der sukzessive neue Kunstinstallationen entlang der Mur im öffentlichen Raum umsetzen wird, erneut einzuweihen.

Am Donnerstag, 10. September 2020 um 16:30 bis 17:30 Uhr findet ein kurzes Künstlergespräch zwischen dem Grazer Künstler Alfredo Barsuglia und mir als Kuratorin & Leiterin des Skulpturengartens an der Mur statt, wo noch näher auf die Arbeit des Künstlers eingegangen wird.

Ein Projekt von Alfredo Barsuglia für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihr/ Dein Kommen und bitten um Anmeldung unter: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org oder unter +43 664 182 8678

Herzliche Grüße und bis bald

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Kuratorin & Sammlungsberaterin

Standort der Skulptur: Grünanger Park
Anfahrt Öffis vom Jakominiplatz, Graz
Bus 34E Willi-Thaller Straße
Bus 34 Dr. Plochl Straße

Anfahrt mit Auto zum Zugang:
Dr. Plochl Straße Ecke Andersengasse

Wir bitten bei Besuch auf Anrainer Rücksicht zu nehmen.


Daniela Haberz, M.A., Kuratorin & Sammlungsberaterin
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Gewerbliche Vermögensberatung, eingeschränkt auf die Veranlagung der sonstigen beweglichen Sachanlagen im Bereich Kunst und Kunstinvestment

Sitz: Schörgelgasse 32/1/6, 8010 Graz
Mobil: +43 664 182 8678
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org


Time Jump, 2019-2040 by Alfredo Barsuglia – Landscape view

Inauguration: Thursday, 10th September 2020 at 4.30 until 6.00 p.m. with conversation between the artist Alfredo Barsuglia and Daniela Haberz, M.A. Curator & Head of the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur

Location: Gruenanger Park
(behind the skateboardpark)

Further details on how to get there can be found below.

The sculpture Time Jump, 2019-2040 by Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia, developed for the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur after my concept 3.000 Nut & Chestnut Trees for Graz with Sculpture Garden on the River Mur and Art Boat Mile in 2018, referencing Joseph Beuys’ art project 7.000 Oaks, City Forestry instead of City Municipality has been finalised and can be found in the Gruenanger playground (behind the skateboard court).

The inauguration of this first project in the framework of the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur on 9th November 2019 started with the plantation of a common hornbeam tree (Carpinus betulus), a cloak and dagger-like mission, of course officially approved and permitted by City of Graz municipalities.

The choice of the right stone was made possible by the consortium Mur Power Plant Porr Granit, Christian assisted in the choice and Herbert our wide-bucket excavator driver has lifted and placed the stone, about one ton in weight precisely at the determined location embedding it in the Mur promenade city planning conception and the landscape architecture of the park itself.

At the same time the common hornbeam tree, five years of age at time of the plantation, conceptually chosen by Barsuglia to count 26 years in 2040, the point in time of his engraving intervention, creating a small drawing in the birch of the tree.
Like he states, in case of him and the tree still being alive. The tree is flourishing perfectly and has been rooted well over the winter and spring, therefore this should be feasible without any opposing issue.

The conceptual landscape design of the park itself, used as playground for kids and skateboard court, resulted in positioning the tree in a virtual diagonal line between three trees of different age and therewith size, aligning and visible across the distance throughout the landscape.

The stone, recently placed in front of the tree after Barsuglia’s concept, furthermore serves as a seating place for kids, the youth and parents, if they play or skateboard in the park.

At this stage I would like to express my gratitude to Christian and Herbert and the entire building site team, for the fast implementation after the choice of the stone.
Like I told Christian I liked his hands on approach, a man of achievement, the stone immediately grabbed by the wide-bucket of the excavator, transported through the park and positioned perfectly.

The info plaquette has been placed professionally by Gregor Neubauer, one of the last chisellers of his guild that still works manually with hammer and chisel and announces Barsuglia’s intervention on Saturday, 5th of May 2040 on which day he will further develop his artwork by engraving the drawing in the birch of the tree.

The next date nearer in time is Thursday, 10th of September 2020 at 4.30 until 5.30 p.m. to get together and inaugurate the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur once more with the presentation of the finalised sculpture by Alfredo Barsuglia and a conversation between the artist and myself as curator and Head of the Sculpture Garden of the River Mur, to provide a more in-depth view on Barsuglia’s artistic practise.

A project by Alfredo Barsuglia for the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur and AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u. marking the beginning of further public art projects in the framework of the conversion of the River Banks in Graz, Austria.

We are looking forward to your participation, please R.S.V.P. under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org or my mobile phone no. +43 664 182 8678

All my best and see you all soon,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Collection Adviser


Location of the sculpture:
Gruenanger Park
Angergasse 78, 8041 Graz, Austria

Public transport from Jakominiplatz, Graz
Bus 34E Willi-Thaller Straße
Bus 34 Dr. Plochl Straße

By car to the entrance:
Dr. Plochl Straße corner Andersengasse

Please be considerate of neighbouring residents when visiting.


Daniela Haberz, M.A., Curator & Collection Adviser
AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Wealth Management limited to the assessment
in moveable assets in Art & Art Investment

Head office: Schörgelgasse 32/1/6, 8010 Graz
Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org

Restless von/ by Joerg Auzinger – Zu Gast am Schlossberg 2020 – Eröffnung am 17. Juli 2020 um 16:00 Uhr

Restless I, 2020 von Jörg Auzinger Credit: Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Restless I, 2020 von Jörg Auzinger Bildrechte: Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Sehr geehrte Damen & Herren,
Liebe Freundinnen & Freunde der AØH Art Consultancy Haberz,

Die Ausstellung Restless von Jörg Auzinger wurde erfolgreich abgeschlossen, mit gesamt 1.119 Besucher_innen war sie für die gegebenen Verhältnisse gut besucht und wurde unter strenger Einhaltung der gesetzlichen Sicherheitsbestimmungen innerhalb von vier  Wochen mit 14 Öffnungstagen durchgeführt.

Um die Kunst von Jörg Auzinger auch längerfristig zu unterstützen und einen Mehrwert für den Künstler zu bieten ist eine Realisierung und permanente Aufstellung des Kunstwerkes Restless I, 2020, das im heurigen Jahr im Rahmen von Auzinger’s Ausstellung im Glockenturm entstanden ist  und im öffentlichen Raum im Rahmen des Skulpturengarten an der Mur einen permanenten Aufstellungsort finden soll.

Zusätzlich erscheint wieder ein Kunstbuch in limitierter Auflage, das im April 2021 vorgestellt wird.

Wir bedanken uns nochmals bei unseren Fördergeber_innen und Sponsor_innen, der Immobilienabteilung der Stadt Graz, dem Land Steiermark Europa, Kultur & Sport, der Stadt Graz Kultur und dem Bürgermeister der Stadt Graz, Sigfried Nagl für  ihre Unterstützung.

Mit besten Grüßen

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Kuratorin & Sammlungsberaterin für Kunst als Investition


Die Ausstellung Restless von Jörg Auzinger eröffnete am 17.07.2020 um 16:00 bis 20:00 Uhr. Im Rahmen der Eröffnung wurde das neueste AØH Kunstbuch der Vorjahresausstellung Kreation der Natur von Anna Werzowa, das  im März 2020 publiziert wurde, dem Publikum vorgestellt.

Die Ausstellungsdauer war bis 15.08.2020 an diesem Tag fand die Finissage von 11:00 bis 16:00 Uhr statt.

Geöffnet war die Ausstellung Donnerstag & Freitag von 14:00 – 18:00 Uhr und Samstags von 11:00 – 14:00 Uhr.

Näheres zur Ausstellung und den Pressetext finden Sie unten stehend.

Bei Rückfragen bin ich zu den Bürozeiten Montag bis Freitag von 09:00 bis 13:00 Uhr telefonisch unter: 0664 182 8678 oder per E-mail unter: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org wie gehabt für Sie/ Dich erreichbar.

Wir bedanken uns für die Unterstützung unseren Sponsoren Immobilienabteilung der Stadt Graz, sowie  unseren Förderstellen Land Steiermark, Europa, Kultur & Sport und der Stadt Graz Kultur sowie dem Bürgermeister der Stadt Graz für ihre Unterstützung.

Mit besten Grüßen

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Kuratorin & Projektleiterin


Dear Sir/ Madame,
Dear friends of the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz,

The exhibition Restless by Joerg Auzinger opens on 17th of July 2020 at 4.00 till 8.00 p.m. at the Bell Tower Graz on Schlossberg Mountain. In the framework of the opening the latest AØH Publication, published in March 2020 as documentation of Anna Werzowa’s last year exhibition Creation by Nature will be presented to the public.

The exhibition is open until 15th of August, on that day the closing reception will take place at 11:00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m.

Opening hours: Thursday & Friday 2.00 – 6.00 p.m. and Saturdays from 11.00 a.m. till 3.00 p.m.

Further information and the press release can be found below.

Please do not hesitate to contact me during office hours from Monday to Friday from 09.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. under +43 664 182 8678 or via e-mail under: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org

We would like to thank our sponsor Real Estate Department of the City of Graz as well as County of Styria Europe, Culture & Sports and City of Graz Culture as well as the Mayor of the City of Graz for their continuing support.

All my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Head of project


Eröffnung: Freitag, 17.07.2020 16:00 – 20:00 Uhr
Dauer: 18.07. – 14.08. 2020
Finissage: Samstag, 15.08.2020 11:00 – 16:00 Uhr

Ort: Glockenturm am Grazer Schlossberg,
        Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz

Öffnungszeiten: Donnerstag und Freitag, 14:00 – 18:00 Uhr
Samstag: 11:00 – 14:00 Uhr


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Installationsansicht Adjustierung des Gluecks I, 2015 in Restless von Joerg Auzinger im Rahmen von Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Installationsansicht Blind Spot II, 2010 & Clarification, 2015 in Restless von Joerg Auzinger Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Installationsansicht Restless I, 2020 & Destinesia VII, 2020 von Joerg Auzinger Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Installationsansicht Trägheit der Bilder, I&II, 2010 in Restless von Jörg Auzinger Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Paradise Placement, 2020 von Joerg Auzinger in Restless Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Installationsansicht Void Screens, II, 2009 in Restless von Joerg Auzinger Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli Aug 2020 © Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Die Ausstellung Restless des Medienkünstlers Jörg Auzinger zeigt eine Auswahl seiner aktuellen Werke, in Gegenüberstellung mit bereits vorhandenen Werken. Zwei Arbeiten sind anlässlich der Ausstellung neu entstanden, die Videoinstallation Paradise Placement, 2020 welche die Besucher_innen in einem von ihm entwickelten Glaskasten zeigt, sobald man den Ausstellungsraum betritt. Man sieht sich selbst im ‘gläsernen Turm’, der unsere Welt heutzutage durchgängig ausmacht, wir werden quasi durchsichtig, abgebildet im Auge der Bevölkerung, den Fußabdruck, den wir in sozialen Medien hinterlassen, wenig oder kaum revidierbar.

Die Installation Restless, 2020, die eigens für die Ausstellung durch Sponsoring einer ausgesonderten Grazer Straßenlaterne entsteht, erweckt den Anschein des Hin- und Herwiegens ihres Lampenkopfes und symbolisiert unsere Rastlosigkeit, im Alltag und der modernen Arbeitswelt. Der Künstler Jörg Auzinger hinterfragt, ob dies nötig sei, zugleich beinhaltet das Wort jedoch auch Resting, das Ankommen und Innehalten, man nimmt sich Zeit, als Besucher_innen zu pausieren und das Kunstwerk Auzinger’s genauer in Augenschein zu nehmen. Menschliche Laute werden als zusätzliche Ebene zu den lichtgebenden Impulsen, hörbar umgesetzt, eine Installation, die alle Sinne anspricht. Zusätzlich ist ein wesentlicher Punkt die Nutzung der Grazer Straßenlaterne, die eine neue Funktion und Bedeutung bekommt, zuerst als Lichtquelle um die Straßen von Graz zu erleuchten genutzt, welche auch Sicherheit für die Bevölkerung mit sich bringt, gleichzeitig ersetzt wurde und nun durch Auzinger’s künstlerische Handschrift eine erweiterte und neue Bedeutung bekommt.
Ein Lebenszyklus von obsolet geworden, zur Verwandlung in ein Kunstwerk mit Klang, der Laute hörbar macht, die ein Baby im Bauch der Mutter wahrnimmt, bis hin zur geplanten permanenten Aufstellung als Kunstwerk im öffentlichen Raum im Rahmen des Skulpturengarten an der Mur. Für die Ausstellung und im Auftrag der AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u. neu entstanden.

Restless I, 2020 von/ by Jörg Auzinger
© Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Eine kuratorische Auswahl bereits bestehender Kunstwerke Auzinger’s zeigen seine langfristige künstlerische Beschäftigung im Bereich Medienkunst, mit beweglichen Objekten und statischen Fotografien, die in meinem kuratorischen Konzept im Glockenturm die Besucher_innen durch seine künstlerische Sichtweise leiten und sein Werk dem Grazer Publikum näher bringt.

Hier eine kurze Version des interaktiven Videos Paradise Placement, das für die Ausstellung entstanden ist:

Paradise Placement, 2020 by/ von Jörg Auzinger
© Daniela Haberz, M.A. für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Der Künstler sagt zur Ausstellung und seiner Arbeitsweise selbst:

Ich beschäftige mich in meiner Arbeit intensiv mit Bedeutung von Bildern und vor allem mit Geschichten, die Fotografien erzählen, die nicht unbedingt im Bild erkennbar sind. Wenn ich ein Foto sehe, versuche ich oft mir den gesamten Ort und die gesamte Location vorzustellen. Wie sehen die Bereiche aus, die nicht auf dem Bild zu sehen sind. Was liegt ausserhalb des Bildausschnittes? Beziehungsweise interessiert mich auch der Moment als der Auslöser gedrückt wurde. Was ist vorher und was ist danach passiert. Ein Bild erzählt also deutlich mehr als aus dem Medium zu sehen ist. und es geht auch immer um persönliche Wirklichkeiten, Erinnerungen und Assoziationen. Jede Person liest ein Bild somit völlig anders und individuell. 

Pressetext Deutsch: Pressetext Restless Joerg Auzinger Zu Gast am Schlossberg Juli August 2020

Wir bedanken uns recht herzlich bei unseren Sponsoren & Fördergeber_innen und freuen uns auf Berichterstattung 

mit herzlichen Grüßen

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Kuratorin & Projektleiterin

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Kontakt:

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
Daniela Haberz, M.A., Leiterin
Gewerbliche Vermögensberatung, eingeschränkt auf die Veranlagung der sonstigen beweglichen Sachanlagen im Bereich Kunst und Kunstinvestment

Ausstellungsort während der Ausstellungstermine:
Grazer Glockenturm, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz

Büroadresse: Schörgelgasse 32, 8010 Graz, Austria
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org

Künstlerwebsite: http://www.auzinger.net


Opening: Friday, 03rd of April 2020 4.00 – 8.00 p.m.
Duration: 04th of April – 08th of May 2020
Closing reception: Sat., 09th of May 2020 11.00 a.m. – 04.00 p.m.

Place: Glockenturm on Grazer Schlossberg,
            Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz

Opening hours: Thursday & Friday, 2.00 – 6.00 p.m.
                             Saturday: 11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.


The exhibition Restless by Austrian artist Joerg Auzinger presents a selection of his current oeuvre counter-positioned with existing works. Two of which have been created especially for his solo show in the framework of Visiting Schlossberg Mountain. The video installation Paradise Placement, 2020 shows the visitor in a virtual glass cube upon entering the exhibition space. We see ourselves in the ‘Glass Tower’ symbolising our visibility, nearly see-through in the eye of the public in our day-to-day life, the footprint we leave behind in our society and social media, nearly or not at all reversible.

The installation Restless, 2020 realised by sponsoring of an obsolete street lantern from Graz gives the impression of moving its head back and forth slowly and symbolises our restlessness in todays day-to-day and modern working life. The artist poses the question if this is necessary at the same time the additional meaning of the word ‘Resting’ implies arriving and remaining to pause and take time to thoroughly view and engage with Auzinger’s art. Audible human noises are created in addition to pulsating light which involves all of our senses. In addition the use of a redundant street lamp, formerly used to safe-guard and provide security on our streets in Graz, Austria is essential in providing the object with a new function. A life circle between redundancy to an art object with sounds a baby would hear in the mothers womb towards a new life as a permanent sculpture, planned to be located in the public space in the framework of the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur in Graz, Austria.
Developed for the exhibition and commissioned by the AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Restless III, 2020 © Jörg Auzinger für die AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

A curatorial choice of existing objects by the artist Joerg Auzinger show his long-lasting artistic engagement in media art, with moving objects and static photography presented in the Bell Tower after my curatorial concept to guide the visitor through his artistic approach presenting his art to the public in Graz, Austria.

Paradise Placement, 2020 © Jörg Auzinger

The artist says to his working method himself: 

In my work I intensively engage with the meaning of images and with the story photography is telling not necessarily recognisable in the picture itself. When I see a photograph I try to envision the entire space as well as the location. How do the parts look like which are not shown in the picture itself. What lies beyond the borders of the image? As well the moment at which the picture was taken is of interest to me. What happened before and after. A picture tells more than portrayed in its medium. Personal realities, memories and associations are a major factor as well. Every person reads an image differently and from an individual standpoint.

Press Release English: Press Release Restless Joerg Auzinger Visiting Schlossberg Mountain Juli August 2020

We would like to thank our sponsors and funding parties and look forward to your reviews.

With best wishes,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Head of Project

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Contact:

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u
Daniela Haberz, M.A., Executive Director
Commercial Wealth Management limited to Assessment in moveable assets in the fields Art & Art Investment

Exhibition space during exhibitions:
Bell Tower Graz, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Office address: Schörgelgasse 32, 8010 Graz, Austria
E-mail: dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
Web: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org

Artist website: http://www.auzinger.net

AØH Recommendation: Julian Opie @ Krobath, Wien/ Vienna


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Der Britische Künstler Julian Opie, der am besten für seine abstrakten Porträts von ihm nahestehenden Personen bekannt ist, besonders aus seinem täglichen Alltag, zeigt eine Ausstellung in der Galerie Krobath in Wien.

Der Künstler wird in Österreich von Galerie Krobath in Wien vertreten und in England von Lisson Gallery, London/ New York/ Shanghai, für die ich als Art Consultant tätig bin.

Bildrechte: Daniela Haberz, M.A. für AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.


The British artist Julian Opie, best known for his abstract portraits of people close to him or those relating to his day-to-day life shows a solo show at Viennese gallery Krobath in Austria.

The artist is represented in Austria by Galerie Krobath, Vienna and in England by Lisson Gallery, London/ New York/ Shanghai which I work for as an Art Consultant.

Photo Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.


Julian Opie: https://www.julianopie.com


Kontakt Österreich:
Galerie Krobath
Eschenbachgasse 9, A-1010 Wien
W: http://www.galeriekrobath.at


Kontakt England:
Lisson Gallery
67 Lisson Street
London NW1 5DA, United Kingdom
W: http://www.lissongallery.com


AØH Art Consultancy Haberz  E.u.
Daniela Haberz, M.A., Art Consultant for Lisson Gallery, London Mobile: +43 664 182 8678
E:dhaberz@artconsultancyhaberz.org
W: http://www.artconsultancyhaberz.org


 

AØH Recommendation: Astrup Fearnley Museet showing Damien Hirst & Anselm Kiefer

Astrup Fearnly Museum by architect Renzo Piano is one of the largest contemporary art museums I’ve visited so far.
Upon approaching the building I saw a bridge connecting two parts of the building which in comparison with Snøhetta’s Oslo Opera building connected the two part glass structure of the building with each other mainly using the materials wood and glass. In this manner there it created the sensation of openness a welcoming invitation to come inside and explore the building as well from the inside. In the back yard I saw a sculpture by Indian artist Anish Kapoor represented by Lisson Gallery, London: https://www.lissongallery.com

The main spaces however, are clearly distinct in terms of opening up to the sides and creating a vast feeling expanding to all sides of the space housing and counterpositioning contemporary art known to picture the art scene of the ‘Here and Now’ created anew with possibility to still get the insight from the artists first of hand. In a conversation with my flight seating neighbour we discussed the term contemporary and what it means yesterday and I could explain that contrary to the timewise adjacent Modernism the art has actually been created anew and quoting an article titled ‘Comrades of time’ by philosopher and art critic Boris Groys in the E-flux Reader ‘What Is Contemporary Art’? he stated as well already inherent in the title of his text that we are able to still be together with the artists defined as ‘Comrades’ of our current day-to-day life. Quoting from his article he says: Contemporary art deserves its name insofar as it manifests its own contemporaneity – and this is not simply a matter of being recently made or displayed. Thus the question ‘What is contemporary art’ implicates the question ‘What is the contemporary?’ How could the contemporary as such be shown? 1)

Adding to this notion I have curated a group exhibition at my then gallery space Para_SITE which was founded to showcase contemporary art mainly students of the art universities for Applied Arts & Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and the FH Joanneum in Graz, Austria where the gallery was based in the city centre. The translation to German with a term I created was ‘Zeitgenöss_innen’ by choice gendering as in my curatorial practise I tried to equal both female as well as male artists being able to present their work in the small white cube space presenting themselves to the public for the first time or at first in a commercial context that supported their work with small or none at all commissions as funded by the local funding boards and the BMUKK today Bundeskanzleramt therefore being able to support the artists in this manner with sales solely benefiting themselves. To summerise in short ‘Comrades of Time’ equals ‘Zeitgenöss_innen’ inherent both comrades as Genöss_innen and ‘of Time’ Zeit’ reflecting the term ‘Zeitgenössisch’ in English ‘Contemporary’.
The art experience at Astrup Fearnley makes as well supported by the building itself best use of the curatorial concept presenting Contemporary Art counterpositioning and streching it like a conceptual web allowing for different settings depending on the point of view within the space and the location the visitor directs her or his gaze towards the curatorial positioning. Wandering around in the exhibition I realised that no matter where I stood the presentation of a handful of contemporary works always created a perfect setting allowing for several encompassing and clearly structured settings. The presentation was based on colour coding, sculpture versus painting or print works and conent-wise across the two open floors of the show. These curatorial concept I am using as well in my own curatorial practise as well connecting the three floors of my art space the landmark Bell Tower by means of Deja-vues reminding of the seen when walking from the ground floor to the second floor like a web created by the visual complexities of the human eye, just recently in Anna Werzowa’s exhibition ‘Creation by Nature’ making us experience her body of work by means of ‘Sichtachsen’ like being an insect exploring a space as we showcased her work incorporating her insects being presented using a technical as well as natural historic approach.
In the exhibition Private Passion New Aquisitions in the Astrup Fearnly Collection the curatorial display by Gunnar B. Kvaran opened up various assemblages of the works presented relating to each other nearly endlessly communicating with each other.
Like in my personal approach to art critisism and curatorial practise I choose one work to depart from on my personal journey or more concret my personal story I am telling about the experience when walking through the art display. This as well is incorporated in my ‘Art Ark/ Brückenschlag der Kunst’ educational programme as part of every exhibition in the framework of ‘Zu Gast am Schlossberg’ in English ‘Visiting Schlossberg Mountain’ opening up several stories to be told by means of the subjective approach by every visitor. Like the French philosopher Michel Foucault wrote the positioning and inherent spacial setting created new stories to be spread by word of mouth adding to the experience of the visit of galleries or in my case independent art space using the Bell Tower and creating a marketing possibility stronger than any other means of communication. The invisible web created by us as curators leads to an infinite communication about the art and every personal view is since the foundation of the exhibition series incorporated in my personal curatorial guided tours through the exhibitions as well being mentioned in the limited edition AØH Art Publication realised in the framework of every exhibition.
At the museum in Oslo the invisible web was enlarged by the museum guards wearing jackets with the printed text ‘Let’s Talk Art’ inviting to engage in discussion about what’s on view in a very reduced manner not forcing or inflicting an opinion on the viewer. This is as well my own approach simply being there when needed other than that experiencing the exhibition in solitude. Challenging for myself as an exhibition guide and guard at the same time engaging with the visitors on a personal level especially those who were bias last in Werzowa’s display and by means of an always doggerent approach suiting the requirements by the individual visitors creating an art experience that viewers can benefit from personally. As inherent in the commercial world the ‘Buyer is queen or king’ added to by myself ‘Everyone is treated equally be it doctor or professor as well as homeless or beggar. Funilly enough I habe tge experience that those dressed like homeless are most likely to buy art, probably like in my case that expensive clothing is not as important as the addiction to add to ones art collection.
Astrup Fearnly is currently housing a collection display under the title ‘Private Passion New Aquisitions in the Astrup Fearnley Collection’ and a survey with seminal works by German artist Anselm Kiefer curated by Natalia Granero and Gunnar B. Kvaran travelling to the Fondation Jan Michalski from 7th February until the 7th of April 2020. In the second adjecent space as well works by British artist Damien Hirst are on view which steem from his participation in ‘Sensation’ at the Royal Academy in 1997 marking the beginning of Britain’s art movement YBA (Young British Art) portraying the contemporary art scene of the late 90s in the United Kingdom mainly backed by Marketing Mongul Charles Saatchi. Years later after my thesis on the Investment strategy when buying Austrian Contemporary Art under the title ‘Is Austrian Contemporary Art a Good Investment’? leading to my answer to YBA and creation of the movement YACA (Young Austrian Contemporary Art) as the result of my research concluded in it being a good investment but the marketing and spread of notion as well as ankering in the public notion nationally but as well focusing mainly on internationalisation like once achieved by ‘Actionism’ in the 60s till 90s that gained international respect by means of attracting attention by performance art e.g. by Peter Weibel & Valie Export.
Anselm Kiefer’s Personale at the Astrup Fearnly Museum presented large scale works overwhelming both in size and strength maling us small besides them.
Relating to knowledge by means of showing journals and large scale sculptures of books the impression is created that reading books results in accumulation of knowledge making our life and the time spent worthwile. At the same time being monumental in size reflecting that knowledge is infinite as well creating a slightly pressuring sensation from my personal view. The pressure and at times depression knowledge about worrying content can lead to especially when portrayed in a ‘reisserisch’ writing style by some boulevard and yellow press news media frightening the public results in wrong impressions leading to fright and panic in our society. Secrets we often stumble upon or are leading to change and necessity to adapt to a new approach in our day-to-day life, like one might say: What we saw with a distant view years ago only known from far away countries informed about in television and daily press now happens right in front of our doorsteps. Like we donated around Christmas to children and as well as elderly or the poorest in need happens today right on our doorsteps and becomes frightening as we need to really face it not just write a cheque and not be further involved.
Once before we were made aware of war and destruction during the fachist and Nazi  times all accross the world, now we face fugitives dying on their way to reach secure and peacful lands being followed and imprissiond in their homecountries only because they state their personal views with society that suffers from repression and dictatorship.
Do we pay our debts to society to quiet our conscience or simply buy food for the homeless with a friendly supporting conversation  like in my case better than the payment which might reach organisations but not the suffering?
Key to the approach to provide shelter and support is in- not exclusion and our willingness to help by being open to the new that reaches us like here in Austria still our haven and island of security and peace. Why not share it with the suffering by being open to change and diminish our predigist. This is meant to be a credo by both locals as well as those asking for help. Racism is always both sided which I know from personal experience being treated racist by people from foreign countries still I stay true to my way to treat everyone equally not drift into being bias towards people from foreign countries strange to ourseves and our way of living.
Anselm Kiefer’s work left the impression on me that today’s world needs a more open approach towards inclusion in contrary to fierce rejection of things alien to our own culture and way of living. Standing between his large-scale sculptures amd manuscripts I felt like a little sandkorn in the wide array of the universe of wisdom. Inspired by his work I got a book with a text about his work and a small childrens’ tale Niels Holgerson which seemed related to the wide openess of the Nordic landscapes that this book is set in.
The next exhibition titled ‘The Great Exhibition’ will be by Gilbert & George who are represented by my new co-operation partner Lehmann Maupin based in London, Hong Kong & New York: https://www.lehmannmaupin.com/
The App of the Astrup Fesrnley Museum that can be downloaded for free gives further educational insight in the exhibitions on view or for those of us that prefer the analogue world like me, engage in a discussion with the museum guides as offered: ‘Let’s talk Art’!
All my best,
Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Independent Art Critic

1) Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Anton Vidokle: e-flux journal, What is Contemporary Art?, art. Boris Groys: Comrades of Time, p. 22, Sternberg Press New York, 2010

Copyright visual material & review: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

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AØH Recommendation: Opera House in Oslo, Norway

Photographing and approaching the Oslo Opera House in Norway I came to the conclusion that the building has similarities with structures of pyramides.

Shapes that appeared continiously in the architectural concept by Norwegian Snøhetta are the triangle and the combination of two forms to a rectangle.

Small stairways with small steps led up on the side of the building cornering the triangle shaped seating area and bear similarities with the skyline of ancient pyramid structures.

The shadow on the side of the building added another layer to the building enlarging it by means of natural light.

As in my curatorial concepts, last in the exhibition ‘Creation by Natur’ by young Austrian artist Anna Werzowa in May/ June 2019, shadows are a main importance in my curatorial practice as this way the art can be put in perspective with the existing architecture. The newly created  art sculpture ‘Flight of the Dragonfly’, 2019 by Anna Werzowa was set in her exhibition in a triangle shape to  counterposition the art work with the existing architecture  of the Bell Tower on Schlossberg Mountain dating from the 15th century and by means of falling in daylight and artificial light, created shadows that prolonged the quadryptichon sculpture onto the surrounding walls of the landmark.

The light played an essential role in Snøhetta’s architectural concept too and by means of a large glass structure in the middle of the building that span from one side to the other and standing on the side slopes allowed to view the entire space inside from the outside. Mirroring glass reflecting sunlight created an additional conceptual level which I often include in my curatorial work as well.

In case of the contemporary architecture of the Oslo Opera a sculpture by the Danish Islandic artist Olafur Eliasson created light in the corners of the building that were not reached by daylight and as well spun the structure of the sculpture consisting of small triangle shapes  as well due to the glass structure near the sculpture that mirrored it to infinity.

As mentioned above the building has a clear reference to the ancient building methods of pyramides which Snøhetta brought to the Here and Now of contemporary Architecture and Art.

All my best,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Independent Art Advisor

AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

Photo Credits: Daniela Haberz, M.A. for AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.

 

 

 

‘Horizon’ by Alfredo Barsuglia @ Glockenturm on Schlossberg, Graz (AUT) – 11th October 2019

Horizont 2019

Horizon, 2019 © Alfredo Barsuglia


    

            

 

Opening: Friday, 11th of October 2019 from 4.00 till 09.00 p.m.
Duration: 12th October till 08th November 2019
Closing reception: 09th November 2019 11.00 a.m. till 4.00 p.m.
Inauguration of the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur:  Barsuglia’s Sculpture ‘Time Jump’, 2019 – 2040 at the river banks
09th Nov 2019 at 4.30 p.m.


Locations:


Exhibition Horizon
Glockenturm at Schlossberg, Schlossberg 6, 8010 Graz, Austria

Inauguration Sculpture Garden at the River Mur
Installation Time Jump, 2019 – 2040 by Alfredo Barsuglia:
Banks of the River Mur located near Taggerwerk, Graz, Austria


Opening hours


Exhibition Horizon:
Thursday & Friday: 2.00 – 6.00 p.m.
Saturday: 11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.

Closed on 1st Allerheiligen & 2nd Allerseelen of November 2019

Sculpture Garden at the River Mur:
Public Installations – open to all 24/7
Wheel chair & baby stroller access
Family friendly

Pressemitteilung:

Pressetext Horizont & Zeitsprung von Alfredo Barsuglia ‘Zu Gast am Schlossberg’

Press release:


The young Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia born in Graz, Austria with Italian roots, will present his exhibition in the Bell Tower on Schlossberg Mountain, Graz (AUT) in the exhibition series ‘Visiting Schlossberg Mountain’ 2019 starting from 11th October until 09th of November 2019.

The installation titled ‘Horizon’ will transform the local landmark Bell Tower Graz into a Sea side lieux which upon entering makes us feel being in a different remote surrounding.

From a sea side sun down through a level of maps and nautical equipment towards a star constellation, invented by the artist Alfredo Barsuglia himself, we discover the Bell Tower anew.

In the framework of Barsuglia’s exhibition the first installation of the Sculpture Garden at the river Mur will be realised on the banks of the river in Graz under the title ‘Time jump’, 2019-2040 which presents the artist’s invitation to revisit the site where a five year old tree will be planted this October 2019, in 2040 when he will be creating a little drawing in the birch of the tree. As we discussed with dry sense of humour: ‘If we and the tree will still be alive’. ‘Definitely planning on it’ we decided.

The closing reception on 09th November  will be followed by the presentation of Barsuglia’s installation Time Jump, 2019 – 2040 inaugurating the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur at 4.30 p.m. curated and Head of Project Daniela Haberz, M.A.

Looking forward to seeing you all at the Bell Tower and at the inauguration of the Sculpture Garden on the River Mur for Barsuglia’s performance planting a tree referencing Joseph Beuys Dokumentation Project 7.000 Oaks.

We would like to thank the County of Styria, City of Graz Culture, Real Estate Department & the Tourism Board as well as the Mayor of the City of Graz.

All my best for a relaxing summer,

Daniela Haberz, M.A.
Curator & Head of projects


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AØH Art Consultancy Haberz E.u.
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