“Art in motion” the Austrian association of professional art Celebrating its 100th year Anniversary
Official opening: July 6, 2012 at 7 pm
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The exhibition will run until July 20.
The Rearte Gallery in cooperation with the Austrian association of professional art are honoured to invite you to attend the opening day of “Art in motion” 100 year of the Austrian association of professional art, the exhibition will show the work of 24 member artist of the Association, the artist list includes: Prof. Martin Amerbauer, Maria Biester-Lehner, Ernesto, Prof. Albert Hoffmann, Evelyn Hruby-Sperker, Renate Kammauf, Michèle Karbassion, Dagmar Kleinowitz, Jan Milan Krkoska, Beatrix Kutschera, Jagoda Lessel, Ingeborg Machacek, Regina Merta, Renate Moran, Stella Motyka, Ingrid Neuhold, Helga Petrau-Heizel, Dieter Poindl, Brigitte Spanblöchel-Glass, Prof. Adolf Tuma, Bernhard Wieser, Ingrid Wurzinger-Leitner, Josef Zinsberger.
The exhibition will be opened by: Mrs. Gabriele Votava Mayor of the twelfth district in Vienna and Mr. Karl Novak the president of the Austrian association of professional art. During the exhibition there will be a presentation of the Jubilee Catalogue “Art in motion” through Mr. Karl Novak the president of the Austrian association of professional art. Laudatory speech to be held by Mrs. Elisabeth Ledersberger-Lehoczky the Vice president of the Austrian association of professional art. Attendees will enjoy an exhibition which feature a selection of prints, paintings, graphic design in addition to sculptures created by each artist ranging in form and size.
Rearte Gallery was chosen to be a cooperation partner for of the Austrian association of professional art and one of the 18 exhibition venues for Celebrating its 100th Anniversary.
In the meantime, the Gallery has distinguished itself through this initiative and has become well known in the art scene, nationally and internationally, as the non-commercial art space in Vienna, and play a significant role in the cultural life of Vienna by increasing public awareness and acceptance of contemporary art in its surrounding.
Rearte Gallery was in launched 2008 as a non-profit, private initiative in order to provide opportunities for known and unknown artists to present themselves in an exclusive and representative atmosphere. Since then, the Gallery has dedicated itself to supporting young emerging artists, but also to connect artists from different countries and assist them in showing their work in group exhibitions with other artists from the region (Austria).