Galerie Krinzinger was founded in 1971. Since then at least 400 solo, group and topic shows have been organised. The main issue of the gallery program results on one side from international performance art and body related art (Chris Burden, Mike Kelley, Paul McCarthy, Nancy Rubins) based originally on Viennese actionism (Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch, Rudolf Schwarzkogler).Read More
Furthermore, the gallery has always been working with young national and international artists and is representing the following younger artists: Atelier van Lieshout, Kader Attia, Dubossarsky & Vinogradov, Erik van Lieshout, Jonathan Meese, Bjarne Melgaard, Werner Reiterer, Eva Schlegel, Frank Thiel, Gavin Turk, Martin Walde, Mark Wallinger and Thomas Zipp. The latest additions to the program are results of Ursula Krinzinger's research in the USA, the United Arab Emirates, China, Japan and India: Andy Coolquitt, Frank Haines, Laleh Khorramian, Zhang Ding, Shintaro Miyake and Sudarshan Shetty.
Besides the gallery program, Ursula Krinzinger organizes and curates exhibitions in various spaces outside the gallery, including the galleries second space: Krinzinger Schottenfeld, which was founded in 2002 as Krinzinger Projekte. Internationally orientated, group and topic exhibitions define the program, that quickly earned an international reputation. Housed in a separate building, Krinzinger Schottenfeld joins Galerie Krinzinger in inviting young national and international artists to take part in the gallery’s artist-in-residence program, which currently includes destinations in Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Sri Lanka. For more than forty-five years Galerie Krinzinger has regularly participated in the worlds most important art fairs, among them: Arco Madrid, The Armory Show New York, Art Dubai, Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Brussels.
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