Exhibitions

Upcoming Exhibition:

Hoch wie nie: imaginary landscapes and the creatures who live there:
May 21, 2022 - July 9, 2022

GALERIE Peter Gaugy is pleased to present a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Leila Seyedzadeh and Marlene Bart

Past Exhibitions:

In focus: March 23, 2022 - May 7, 2022

Christian Ruschitzka, Mona Pourebrahim, Gonazalo Reyes Araos & Tamara Repetto

AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH, curated by Mari Otberg: December 15, 2021 - February 19, 2022

 “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” curated by Mari Otberg brings together 33 internationally known artists to address the theme of Mountain.

December 15, 2021 to February 19, 2022

 

Iris Andraschek Christy Astuy Manfred Bockelmann Armin Boehm Nana Dix Martin Eder Lars Eidinger Andrew Gilbert Esther Haase Siggi Hofer Christian Hutzinger Karin Kneffel Hinrich Kröger Christopher Lehmpfuhl William Mackrell Jonathan Meese Anna Meyer Mari Otberg Justine Otto Martin Parr Danielle de Picciotto Katrin Plavčak Lukas Pusch Christian Ruschitzka Alex Ruthner Hubert Schmalix Erik Schmidt Norbert Schwontkowski Christian Stock Maja Vukoje Letizia Werth Nives Wildauer Erwin Wurm

 

naturae: August 27 - October 30, 2021
Gonzalo Reyes Araos, Marlene Bart, Mona Pourebrahim, Tamara Repetto

In this opening exhibition titled, naturae  GALERIE Peter Gaugy presents four international artists to Vienna whose work is addressing various elements of our natural world. 

Gonzalo Reyes Araos is a research artist who is interested in the intersection of light, communication and human perception. With studios in both the arid Atacama desert in northern Chile and in Berlin his work is questioning digital worlds flattening of our sense of space by transforming light into data packets and reassembling the images on our screens across vast distances. 

Marlene Bart takes the taxonomy of natural phenomena as a departure point to ask questions about the reductive thinking in our scientific need to classify and categorize the tremendous diversity of living species. Working at the renowned Berengo studios in Venice she cast a variety of natural creatures in glass. 

 

Mona Pourebrahim’s work is reassessing contemporary landscape painting by exploring the endless painterly possibilities inherent in the genre. Her work confronts the German romantic landscape tradition by deftly incorporating non-Western compositional elements of light and perspective from her native Iran to create pictorial tension.

Tamara Repetto creates multimedia conceptual works that draw the viewer into a dialogue with nature via their own perceptions, using a variety of material such as soil and plant roots found in the hills of Piedmont, Italy to soap bars, hand blown glass, sound loops, olfactory pods, and programmed devices.