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Focus Europe I

The exhibition FOCUS EUROPE I presents the works of 15 artists who participated in the European Art Fellowship artist exchange of the District of Upper Bavaria in 2019.

21.02.2020 bis 13.04.2020

Focus Europe I

Dates

22 February ‒ 13 April, 2020: Exhibition
Opening hours in February: Tue-Sat 1-6 pm, Sun+holidays 10 am - 7 pm and by appointment
Opening hours from March: Tue-Sat 2-7 pm, Sun+holidays 10 am - 7 pm and by appointment
The exhibition spaces and Café Botanika are wheelchair accessible. The exhibition and accompanying programs are admission free.

21 February, Friday 7 pm: Exhibition opening
Shuttle taxi from Freising station: 6:55 pm; return: 8:50 pmr

Greeting: Josef Mederer, president of the District Council
Introduction: Michele Gomez, artist and art director of the international Bibart Biennale in Bari

10 March, Tuesday 5 pm: meetup+art
Guided tour through the exhibition with Alexandra M. Hoffmannt

29 March, Sunday 4 pm: KUNST#TAG 072: Cultural Communications
Upper Bavarian artists will talk about their artist residencies in other European countries within the context of the Focus Europe I exhibition
Shuttle taxi from Freising station: 3:55 pm; return: 6:45 pm

Participating Artists

from abroad:
Vitaliy Agapeyev (Ukraine)
Tania Bohuslavska (Ukraine)
Miłos Flis (Poland)
Timothy Maxymenko (Ukraine)
Erika Miklošová (Slovakia)
Biagio Putignano (Italy)
Zsófia Tóth (Hungary)

from Upper Bavaria:
Sara Chaparro (in Italy)
Daniel Door (in the Ukraine)
Alexis Dworsky (in Slovakia)
Andreas Feist (in Hungary)
Angela Geisenhofer (in the Ukraine)
Judith Grassl (in Austria)
Raphael Krome (in the Ukraine)
Julika Meyer (in Poland)

About the Exhibition

The exhibition introduces art works from the participants in the artist exchange program of the District Council of Upper Bavaria with seven partner institutions in six European countries in 2019. The works of the 15 scholarship holders from the partner countries and from Upper Bavaria show a great panorama of art disciplines – from oil painting and drawing to installation, video and sound experiments. One common theme in the exhibition are the urban space and the people involved in it – in the border area between abstract and figurative depiction.

Partners of the Artist-in-Residence Program

> Center for Polish Sculpture, Orońsko, Poland
> Municipal Gallery in Budapest, Hungary
> Vallisa Cultura Onlus, Bari, Italy
> YermilovCenter, Kharkiv, Ukraine
> Salzamt, Linz, Austria
> Nazar Voitivich Art Residence, Travneve, Ukraine
> Nová Cvernovka, Bratislava, Slovakia

Opening hours

For Exhibitions:
Tuesday - Saturday: 1 pm - 6 pm
Sunday + holidays: 10 am - 7 pm

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