Online exhibition at Gallery Unit London
01. - 14. February 2022
This exhibition can only be visited exclusively online.
"In his latest body of work for Platform, Zsaitsits continues to explore the most important medium in his process: drawing. The medium of drawing allows Zsaitsits to follow traces of the unconcious, impressions of daily life or almost forgotten memories, noting that "drawing is the medium that comes closest to human thought". The solitary figures within his work occupy surreal and dreamlike worlds, reflecting the interior workings of the mind. Rationality and irrationality, order and chaos, real and surreal exist in tandem in the artist's mind and on the page. Ultimately, the works are depictions of the absurdity and irrationality of life."
3 Hanover Square, London W1S 1HD
Group exhibition at størpunkt - Gallery for contemporary art
Stefan Zsaitsits, Yolanda Dorda, Tiina Heiska, Emiliee Stele
One gallery. 180 square meters. 4 rooms. 4 artists.
In UNCURATED, four different artistic visions collide and enter into a dialogue. Each artist presents a selection of his works in a room of the gallery and becomes a curator himself. Initially, the œuvres are not related to each other neither thematically nor stylistically. (Quelle: www.stoerpunkt.com)
Duration: 14. 1. - 26. 2. 2022
Open: Thursday to Saturday 15:00 - 19:00 Uhr
størpunkt - Gallery for contemporary art
Tengstrasse 32a , 80796 München
Group exhibition at Gallery Michael Sturm
Curated by Reinhard Ermen
Artists: Frank Badur (*1944, Berlin), Werner Degreif (*1954, Mannheim), Fernando García Correa (*1959, Mexico City), Melanie Grocki (*1983, Stuttgart), Barbara Hindahl (*1960, Mannheim), Stefan Löffelhardt (*1959, Düsseldorf), Thomas Müller (*1959, Stuttgart), Gabriela Oberkofler (1975, Stuttgart), Andreas Karl Schulze (*1955, Hannover), Rebecca Salter (*1955, London), Ulrich Wellmann (*1952, Köln) und Stefan Zsaitsits (*1981, Wien).
Duration: 13. 11. 2021 - 26. 2. 2022
Geöffnet: Wednesday to Friday, 12:00 - 18:00 Uhr
Saturday, 10:00 - 16:00 Uhr
Gallery Michael Sturm