18 February ‒ 10 April 2023: Exhibition
The exhibition spaces and Café Botanika are wheelchair accessible.
The exhibition and accompanying programs are admission free.
Maria Berauer (OBB in AT)
Miguel Gomez (IT)
Valerie Leray (FR)
Robert Keil (OBB in HU)
Anna Kostiuk (UA)
Olexa Mann (UA)
Oleksandr Sirous (UA)
Julia Smirnova (OBB in FR)
Carmen Toscano (IT)
Ádám Varga (HU)
The title Fragmented World refers to the political situation in the world and the social fragmentation, which manifests itself in the digital networks as well. Artists implement doubts and uncertainties in very different ways: With expressive drawings, associative
collages, thoughtful photographs, illusionistic paintings, sensitive abstraction, and conceptual installations.
The exhibition Focus Europe IV presents 10 participating artists of the residency programs 2021 and 2022. The presentation includes a wide variety of artistic positions and media, inviting visitors to an exciting parcours of artworks in the exhibition spaces of the Center for Art.
The exhibition is at the same time a review of two years of artistic engagement with the corona pandemic and bears witness to this emotional time. Despite many difficulties, the District of Upper Bavaria succeeded in maintaining the European artist exchange even under difficult conditions.
The aim of the European artist exchange is to strengthen cultural relations between European countries through partnerships and to enrich the Upper Bavarian art scene. As cultural ambassadors, the artists create connections to and between people of different regions and cultures through their sensibility and their works.
View of the Gallery on the ground floor
View of the barrel vault on the first floor