Exhibitions at Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien
Venice in early photographs / Venedig in frühen Fotografien
The first showcase exhibition solely dedicated to photography explores the third major collecting area (together with drawings and prints) of the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Today, although the collection has approx.
22,000 photographic prints on paper, these holdings are little known and barely researched. The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna began collecting photography in 1855. The photographs range from city vistas and views of historic buildings to landscapes, studi… more
"Natura Morta", Oliver Mark’s current project, is dedicated to the question of how human beings treat their environment and the natural world, focusing in particular on the animal kingdom as well as the aesthetics and beauty of death. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the still life genre, originally known as natura morta – 'dead nature' –, became established as stil leven in Holland and Stillleben in Germany. In this transition, the notion behi… more
Studierende des Fachbereichs Kunst und Fotografie der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien und des Doctor Institutes der Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts