VIENNAFAIR Program

Austrian Sculpture Project

Explore and enjoy a curated selection of Austrian sculpture. You will find the exhibition during VIENNAFAIR from October 10 to 13 both indoors and outdoors at the fair grounds . Sorry, no Franz West this time!

Indoor section is located at the booth A1:

Verena Dengler, Germany versus Austria, 2011, Mixed Media; 105 x 25 x 15cm and 115 x 20 x 25cm;Courtesy: Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna

Verena Dengler, Germany versus Austria, 2011, Mixed Media; 105 x 25 x 15cm and 115 x 20 x 25cm;
Courtesy: Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna

Erwin Wurm, Hängender Rollkragenpullover, 2011, Bronze; 80 x 60 x 51cm; Courtesy: Galerie Elisabeth and Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck / Wien

Erwin Wurm, Hängender Rollkragenpullover, 2011, Bronze; 80 x 60 x 51cm; Courtesy: Galerie Elisabeth and Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck / Vienna

Rudolf Polanszky, Hypertransforme Skulptur / flache Krümmung / zur Topologie on Faltungen, 2012, mixed media; 211 x 104 x 55cm; Courtesy: Galerie Andreas Huber

Rudolf Polanszky, Hypertransforme Skulptur / flache Krümmung / zur Topologie on Faltungen, 2012, mixed media; 211 x 104 x 55cm; Courtesy: Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna

Clemens Wolf, Opened Space, 2010, Gold leaf on metal construction fence, concrete bricks and bolt cutter; 200 x 300cm; Courtesy: Galerie Nikoulaus Ruzicska Salzburg and Galerie Silvia Steinek, Vienna

Clemens Wolf, Opened Space, 2010, Gold leaf on metal construction fence, concrete bricks and bolt cutter; 200 x 300cm; Courtesy: Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicska, Salzburg and Galerie Silvia Steinek, Vienna

Heinrich Dunst, RAR, 2012, extruded rigid Polystyrene; 3 parts, together 263 x 215 x 80cm; // Bodenarbeit, 2012, mixed material, 27 parts; together 320 x 320cm, Courtesy: Galerie nächst St.Stephan

Heinrich Dunst, RAR, 2012, extruded rigid Polystyrene; 3 parts, together 263 x 215 x 80cm; // Bodenarbeit, 2012, mixed material, 27 parts; together 320 x 320cm, Courtesy: Galerie nächst St.Stephan, Vienna

Franz Amann, Banktypen # 1, # 2, # 3, 2013, Paint on wood and linen; 3 parts, each 65 x 65 x 120 cm, pedestal 270 x 90 x 10 cm; Courtesy: Galerie Emanuel Layr and the artist

Franz Amann, Bankentypen # 1, # 2, # 3, 2013, Paint on wood and linen; 3 parts, each 65 x 65 x 120 cm, pedestal 270 x 90 x 10 cm; Courtesy: Galerie Emanuel Layr, [Vienna] and the artist

Toni Schmale, Kontaktgrill, 2013, metal ral 3007; 100 x 70 x 230cm; Courtesy: Christine König Galerie

Toni Schmale, kontaktgrill, 2013, metal ral, dimensions: 230 x 85 x 166 cm, Betonplatte 50 cm x 147 cm;
Courtesy: Christine König Galerie, Vienna

Heinz Leinfellner, Rückblinkende, 1945, metal, bronze; 100 x 74 x 50cm; Courtesy: Galerie Chobot

Heinz Leinfellner, Rückblinkende, 1945, metal, bronze; 100 x 74 x 50cm; Courtesy: Galerie Chobot, Vienna

Gerwald Rockenschaub, 2010, Sculpture, MDF, paint; 220 x 180 x 170cm; Courtesy: Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna

Gerwald Rockenschaub, 2010, Sculpture, MDF, paint; 220 x 180 x 170cm; Courtesy: Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna

Nives Widauer, Global Globes, 2011, a map of the world created from about 280 globes merged into one; 450 x 580cm; Courtesy: Galerie Ernst Hilger

Nives Widauer, Global Globes, 2011, a map of the world created from about 280 globes merged into one; 450 x 580cm; Courtesy: Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna

Marita Fraser, Untitled, 2011, fabric, strecher bars, hinges; ca. 200 x 375 x 90cm; Courtesy: Kerstin Engholm Galerie

Marita Fraser, Untitled, 2011, fabric, strecher bars, hinges; ca. 200 x 375 x 90cm;
Courtesy: Kerstin Engholm Galerie, Vienna

Michael Höpfner, "Movements of quartering and of inner exasperation more than the movements of walking", 2012, 2 lightboxes (plywood, LED, Agfa black and white ortochromatic film on glass); each 91,5 x 152 x 55cm; Courtesy: Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna

Michael Höpfner, “Movements of quartering and of inner exasperation more than the movements of walking”, 2012, 2 lightboxes (plywood, LED, Agfa black and white ortochromatic film on glass); each 91,5 x 152 x 55cm;
Courtesy: Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna

Rosmarie Lukasser, Annäherung an "...bin im Netz il.0", 2012, Mteal, natural fiber, cast, light, Netzzugang; 152 x 52cm; Courtesy: Galerie Krinzinger, Wien

Rosmarie Lukasser, Annäherung an “…bin im Netz il.0″, 2012, Mteal, natural fiber, cast, light, Netzzugang; 152 x 52cm; Courtesy: Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna

Albért Bernàrd, Souverän, 2013, Painters Pants, Buckets, Color, 240 x 30 x 20cm; Courtesy: Gallery Lisi Hämmerle

Albért Bernàrd, Souverän, 2013, Painters Pants, Buckets, Color, 240 x 30 x 20cm;
Courtesy: Gallery Lisi Hämmerle, Bregenz

Markus Wilfling, Türöffner, 2013, Aluminium; 270 x 50 x 50cm; Courtesy: Projektraum Viktor Bucher

Markus Wilfling, Türöffner, 2013, Aluminium; 270 x 50 x 50cm; Courtesy: Projektraum Viktor Bucher, Vienna

Thomas Baumann, "The Big Why", 2012/2013, Aluminium, stainless steel, tempered steel, nylon, brass, carbon fiber; 13 x 19 x 330cm; Courtesy: Thomas Baumann und Krobath, Vienna, Berlin

Thomas Baumann, “The Big Why”, 2012/2013, Aluminium, stainless steel, tempered steel, nylon, brass, carbon fiber; 13 x 19 x 330cm; Courtesy: Thomas Baumann und Krobath, Vienna, Berlin

Heinz Gappmayr, Eins 1, 1999/2006, Aluminium; 62 x 260cm; Courtesy: Kontakt. The Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation

Heinz Gappmayr, Eins 1, 1999/2006, Aluminium; 62 x 260cm; Courtesy: Kontakt. The Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation

Christian Eisenberger, Dackel, 2009, concrete, hooves of a deer, partially cardboard and porocell; Four sculptures ca. 20 x 50 x 50cm; Courtesy: Galerie Konzett

Christian Eisenberger, Dackel, 2009, concrete, hooves of a deer, partially cardboard and porocell; Four sculptures ca. 20 x 50 x 50cm; Courtesy: Galerie Konzett, Vienna

Heimo Zobernig, Untitled, 1989-1990, Emulsion on particleboard, 280 x 52 x 50cm, 200 x 300cm; Courtesy: Kontakt. The Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation

Heimo Zobernig, Untitled, 1989-1990, Emulsion on particleboard, 280 x 52 x 50cm, 200 x 300cm; Courtesy: Kontakt. The Art Collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation

Manfred Erjautz, "Das haltlose Ende"; 510 x 20 x 20cm; Courtesy: Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art

Manfred Erjautz, “Das haltlose Ende”; 510 x 20 x 20cm; Courtesy: Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art, Salzburg-Vienna

Outdoor sculptures  will be displayed in the area leading to the entrance of the fair.

Franz Graf, Untitled, 2013, Courtesy: Galerie Krinzinger

Franz Graf, Untitled, 2013, Courtesy: Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna

Leopold Kessler, Monument of Interspecific Friendship (Orang-Utan/Gorilla), 2012, Life size, SEWA-cryl, Courtesy: Galerie Andreas Huber

Leopold Kessler, Monument of Interspecific Friendship (Orang-Utan/Gorilla), 2012, Life size, SEWA-cryl,
Courtesy: Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna

Bruno Gironcoli, Untitled, 2008, Aluminiumguss; 90 x 77 x 215cm; Courtesy Galerie Elisabeth &  Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck/Wien

Bruno Gironcoli, Untitled, 2008; Aluminium; 90 x 77 x 215cm;
Courtesy: Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck/Vienna

Andreas Reiter Raabe, Untitled, 2001-2013, paint on plastic; 198 x 140 x 60cm or 198 x 120 x 60cm; Courtesy Charim Galerie

Andreas Reiter Raabe, Untitled, 2001-2013, paint on plastic; ca. 198 x 140 x 60 cm; Courtesy: Charim Galerie, Vienna

Hans Weigand, Untitled, 2012, Metal, wood, aluminum paint, 3 parts, each 190 x 190 x 190 cm, Courtesy: Gabriele Senn Galerie

Hans Weigand, Untitled, 2012, Metal, wood, aluminum paint, 3 parts, each 190 x 190 x 190 cm
Courtesy: Gabriele Senn Galerie, Vienna

Hans Kupelwieser, Untitled, 2013, Aluminium; 400 x 300 x 300cm; Courtesy: Galerie Heike Curtze

Hans Kupelwieser, Untitled, 2013, Aluminium; 400 x 300 x 300cm; Courtesy: Galerie Heike Curtze, Vienna

Thomas Stimm, Blume, 2013, Aluminium and Laquer; 300 x 115 x 115cm; Courtesy: Atelier Contemporary

Thomas Stimm, Blume, 2013, Aluminium and Laquer; 300 x 115 x 115cm; Courtesy: Atelier Contemporary, Graz

 Valentin Ruhry, Untitled, 2013, metal, rope; ca. 90 x 90 x 200cm, ca.100 kg; Courtesy Christine König Galerie, Vienna

Valentin Ruhry, Untitled, 2013, metal, rope; ca. 90 x 90 x 200cm, ca.100 kg; Courtesy: Christine König Galerie, Vienna

Gunter Damisch, Grünaluweltwegkonstrukt, 2011, Aluminium, unique cast , 296 x 130 x 70 cm; Courtesy: Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna Gunter Damisch, Grünaluweltwegkonstrukt, 2011, Aluminium, unique cast , 296 x 130 x 70 cm; Courtesy: Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna

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