Synonyms for rockenschaub or Related words with rockenschaub

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Examples of "rockenschaub"
In 1993, the commissioner of the 45th Venice Biennale invited Gerwald Rockenschaub to represent Austria alongside non-Austrians Müller (Switzerland) and Andrea Fraser (USA). Müller removed the pavilion's garden wall and redesigned the landscape of its sculpture garden for his contribution, "Green Border" (1993). The work was a comment on transgressing national borders, which he physically enacted by illegally hiking across Austria’s borders with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Germany.
In May 2008, the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna received 17 works of art by Julius Deutschbauer, Walter Obholzer, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Hubert Scheibl and Erwin Wurm, among others, from Ropac's personal collection. In November 2009, the MdM (Museum der Moderne) in Salzburg organized an exhibition of the 25 works of art donated by Thaddaeus Ropac to the Museum’s permanent collection, which includes works by German, Swiss and Austrian artists.
Fareed Armaly, Cosima von Bonin, Tom Burr, Clegg & Guttmann, Meg Cranston, Mark Dion, Peter Fend, Andrea Fraser, Inspection Medhermeneutics, Ronald Jones, Louise Lawler, Thomas Locher, Dorit Margreiter, Kasimir Malewitsch, Katrin von Maltzahn, Regina Möller, Reinhard Mucha, Christian Philipp Müller, Anton Olschwang, Hirsch Perlman, Dan Peterman, Adrian Piper, Mathias Poledna, Stephan Prina, Florian Pumhösl, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Julia Scher, Oliver Schwarz, Jason Simon, Rudolf Stingel, Lincoln Tobier, Olga Tschernyschewa, Christopher Williams, Peter Zimmermann, Heimo Zobernig
Ropac opened his first gallery in Salzburg at the age of 23 in 1983, followed by a second one in Paris Marais seven years later. Launched in 1990 with one exhibition room, Ropac's space today stretches across three floors on Rue Debelleyme in Paris's Marais neighborhood. Today his galleries represent some of the most important Austrian artists, such as Erwin Wurm, Hubert Scheibl, Gerwald Rockenschaub and Arnulf Rainer, as well as international artists like Georg Baselitz, Alex Katz, and Anselm Kiefer. In 2012, Ropac renovated a 1900 former heating systems factory in Pantin, in the east of Paris, and transformed its eight buildings to make exhibition halls, a performance centre, a library/archive, a viewing room and artists’ studios.
In 2011 the artistic direction was taken over by Hedwig Saxenhuber and Georg Schöllhammer, who had already held responsibility as editors, curators and critics and are experts on Eastern and South-Eastern European art. In 2011 it was possible to record the largest participation to date from the CEE focus countries. The new artistic directors designed the special programme “DIYALOG: Art from Istanbul”, thus creating a new focus on contemporary Turkish art. They extended the radius of galleries further in the direction of the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Middle East, and special programmes on these regions were shown in specialist non-commercial sections. With the “Vienna School of Collecting Theory” – a meeting place for artists, collectors, curators and laypeople – new groups of collectors were to be created. Hedwig Saxenhuber and Georg Schöllhammer provided a special area at the fair for the support programme with its innovative content. A new architectural concept was created by Johannes Porsch, with reference to the plan of a caravansary. The graphic design work for VIENNAFAIR 2011 was by Gerwald Rockenschaub.
Since its foundation Base / Progetti per l'arte has presented site specific installations by: Sol Lewitt, Marco Bagnoli, Alfredo Pirri, Cesare Pietroiusti, Niele Toroni, Michael Galasso, Jan Vercruysse, Heimo Zobernig, Luca Pancrazzi, Marco Fusinato and John Nixon, Ingo Springenschmid, Paolo Masi & Pier Luigi Tazzi, Antoni Muntadas, Robert Barry, Luca Vitone, Liliana Moro, Claude Closky, Remo Salvadori, Pietro Sanguineti, Liam Gillick, Massimo Bartolini, Mario Airò, Eva Marisaldi, Rainer Ganahl, François Morellet, Bernhard Rüdiger, Nedko Solakov & Slava Nakovska, Olaf Nicolai, Kinkaleri, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Matt Mullican, Michel Verjux, Elisabetta Benassi, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Pietro Riparbelli, Simone Berti, Jeppe Hein, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Jonathan Monk, Peter Kogler, Carsten Nicolai, Surasi Kusolwong, Franz West, Tino Sehgal, Nico Dockx, Grazia Toderi, Armin Linke, Davide Bertocchi, Pierre Bismuth, Olivier Mosset, Stefano Arienti, Erwin Wurm, Thomas Bayrle, Diego Perrone and Christian Frosi, Hans Schabus, Maurizio Mochetti, Lawrence Weiner, Amedeo Martegani, Gianni Caravaggio, Piero Golia, David Tremlett, Franco Vaccari, Radical Tools: Remo Buti, Gianni Pettena, Superstudio, Lapo Binazzi & Ufo, 9999, Zziggurat, Koo Jeong A, Christian Jankowsky, Giuseppe Gabellone, Martin Creed, Ken Lum, Base Open, Jiri Kovanda...