Invited by Olivia Coeln

Two life-size cabbage heads are fixed more or less directly in front of my head, sided by a row of three grayscale paintings of holes in walls. I recognize the move of fixing floral paper objects on the wall from Julija’s exhibition at Alienze earlier this year, when petals of flowers resembling roses carried images of cityscapes. Both cabbages and paintings refrain from representing anything but exactly what they depict, asking to be considered in that way: in and of themselves.

[…]

If I understand the hole-paintings as mirrors, they might be telling me something about the puncturing ability of my gaze: That by looking, I can break through things? I can see my way behind surfaces, I can reveal something hitherto hidden. In turn, that means something anxiety-provoking about being looked at by others. Oh no! The View is a hyper image of this drama. There’s conflict between being watched and feeling seen. There’s ambivalence about showing. There’s getting up and doing it – again.

— Cecilie Nørgaard

ART SPACE

4., Schleifmühlgasse 17

Georg Kargl PERMANENT

Georg Kargl Fine Arts specializes in contemporary art. Since 2018, under Inés Lombardi's guidance, the gallery mission incorporates ambitious exhibitions and artists projects, performances and talks, art fairs and biennials, institutional collaborations and public projects. Founded by Georg Kargl in 1998, the gallery has focused on innovative emerging and established artists, both Austrian-based and international, who work across various media—supporting their visions and promoting vital dialogue with institutions, critics, curators and collectors. With an exhibition space of more than 350 m2, Georg Kargl Fine Arts has the scope to produce exhibitions to match artists' intentions and vision. Today the gallery has two additional locations: BOX, with a storefront designed by Richard Artschwager and PERMANENT, dedicated to experimental projects. Furthermore, since its inception Georg Kargl Fine Arts has provided a strong impact on revitalizing the neighborhood as well as on the Viennese art scene.

JULIJA ZAHARIJEVIĆ: Oh no! The View

16 Oct 2021 - 23 Dec 2021

JULIJA ZAHARIJEVIĆ: Oh no! The View

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