*2019 - 2020* - GOTTFRIED HELNWEIN (*1948), The Epiphany of the Displaced
"Gottfried Helnwein shakes people at their core, he moves their hearts. And it pleases me, of course, when one can show that art does not have to be art for art's sake, that it can have a message, a message which affects people and moves them." (Klaus Albrecht Schröder, Director, Albertina Museum Vienna)
"If anyone from Austrian fine art of the last fifty years could be called a star, then there is only one person who meets all the criteria: Gottfried Helnwein." (Stella Rollig, Director, Belvedere Museum Vienna)
Book "GOTTFRIED HELNWEIN. The Epiphany of the Displaced" by Demetrio Paparoni, SKIRA Publishing House Italy, 2019, ISBN: 978-88-572-3989-7
Exclusive offer of gallery Kaiblinger - book including limited FINE ART PRINT
1. "Untitled (Payton 0)"
2. "The Disasters of War 65"
3. "The Murmur of the Innocents 42"
each FINE ART PRINT
pigment print on paper
edition of 99
59,4 x 42,0 cm
signed and numbered by Gottfried Helnwein
*2019* - ALF POIER (*1967), 123 Meisterwerke
"This is my colossal legacy! Feast on it, that you may be nourished by the fruit of my art." (Alf Poier)
This illustrated book, cross-documented in Alf Poier's own language, presents an exclusive selection of his most famous drawings, paintings, photograms and objects. A lateral thinking firework of stubbornness, "laughability" and eccentric coloration!
*2017* - ROBERT KABAS (*1952), Sein Werk im Raum
On the occasion of the 65th birthday of Robert Kabas it was a honour and duty to present a book of the extensive solo exhibition of the artist at our gallery at Spiegelgasse 21, 1010 Vienna.
*2017* - BILLI THANNER (*1972), Die Venus ist gekommen
The orchestration of femininity and masculinity and the critical view on mutual stereotypes are the recurring and ironic sujets of Billi Thanner's oeuvre.
The catalogue was made in cooperation with Museum Angerlehner.
*2015* - GERHARD GEPP (*1940), Poetic Realism
"Basically all my paintings are self-portraits", says Gerhard Gepp.
"First I thought that my realistic way of painting is totally out of time. But then I realized that I do not have to satisfy artistic trends, because the way I paint is right for me, what I see and what moves me."
*2013* - 65th BIRTHDAY JOSEF BRAMER (*1948)
The figure of Kaspar and landscape in all four seasons are standing in the centre of Josef Bramer's work.
On the occasion of the artist's 65th birthday, Gallery Kaiblinger organises a solo-exhibition of his oil paintings, drawings and watercolours. The exhibition takes place from 17th October to 15th November 2013 in Palais Harrach, Vienna 1st district. At the same time Gallery Kaiblinger presents the new book "JOSEF BRAMER".