Lot 11 - Kathrin Isabell Rhomberg - Reverie 1
Oil on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Curated by Alexandra Steinacker-Clark
Kathrin Isabell Rhomberg (she/her), Kathrin Isabell Rhomberg (*1990, Salzburg) studied Fine Arts Painting at University for Applied Arts, Vienna and Wimbledon College of Arts, London. Her work deals with mankind-environment realtionships in regards to the Anthropocene by featuring ambigous surfaces and structures such as folds of aluminium or fire. A series of translation processes between the digital and the real leads up to the final painterly object, drawing from a wide array of arthistoric references and contemporary discources sourrounding the topic.
University of Applied Arts Vienna (2013-2020) Prof. Henning Bohl
UAL Wimbledon College of Arts (2016/ Erasmus)
solo: FIRE IT UP, wasserwasser3 im Tonlager, Vienna
PARALLEL VIENNA 2023, Gallery Statements, Artcare, Vienna
WHEN PAINTING KICKS IN, Suppan Fine Arts, Vienna
THE LAST X-GAMES, Kultursektor Elektra, Bregenz
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Domus Artium, Paliano/ Rome
NOMINATION for STRABAG ARTAWARD INTERNATIONAL 2022
solo: INFINITE HORIZON, Gallery Haas&Gschwandtner, Salzburg
TABLEAU VIVANT, periscope, Salzburg
NOMINATION for STRABAG ARTAWARD INTERNATIONAL 2021
solo: SCENIC, LLLLLL, Vienna
FULL CIRCLE, Notgalerie Seestadt, Vienna
CIPHERS OF REGRESSION, Festival of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
YOUNG ART AUCTION, Artcare, Kunstraum Nestroyhof, Vienna
HARSH ASTRAL, The Radiants 2, Gallery Francesca Pia, Zurich
THE ESSENCE 2018/ NO SHOW IS AN ISLAND, Vienna
HARSH ASTRAL, The Radiants 2, Kunsthalle Lüneburg, Lüneburg
solo: FIGURE IN THE CARPET, JUSTICE, Vienna
VOYAGE, Seen Fifteen Gallery, Bussey Building, London
The two submitted artworks REVERIE 1 and REVERIE 2 play with the idea of landscape painting in the context of the Anthropocene. The artificial becomes the new natural, almost like a tipping image the fold becomes an open field of association for the observer.
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