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EXHIBITIONS

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Horst stasny

"Fotografie. Ein Leben."

12. 09. 2021 - 23. 01. 2022 

With his versatile exhibition “Horst Stasny – Photography. A live.” starting on 12 September 2021 the Museum Angerlehner shows various image series by the internationally renowned star photographer and artist Horst Stasny.

On the occasion of his 80th birthday works of the past decades are presented in a new way and some of his latest image series are shown for the first time, for example the corona series, which had been worked on until shortly before the opening.

The photographer coming from advertising photography and resident in art photography describes himself as a “traveler with vision” – this vision is also provided by his exhibition. The image series forge a bridge to the year 2021.
By now Stasny has become a legend. Those who have seen the exhibition “Photography. A live.” know why.

Ina Loitzl

"Vom Fliegen
und Schneiden"

12.09. 2021 - 20. 02 .2022


By combining different techniques impressive objects and installations come into being that can be seen from 12 September in the graphic rooms of the Museum Angerlehner.

Ina Loitzl shows high-flyers, whose unavoidable, tragic fall is close and in her series CUTOUTS she deals with the female body, its natural characteristics and the notion of femininity.

All works are based on the topics of disappearing, fading and the natural process of growing and decaying.



Helmut Swoboda

"Wie ein Spaziergang"


12. 09. 2021 - 23. 01. 2022


For the Austrian artist Helmut Swoboda the experience of nature plays a central role in his creative process. With large-scale paintings as well as a range of new paper works he brings the exterior into the interior space of the Museum Angerlehner.

The exhibition, which for the visitor is supposed to be like a walk and transmit the perception of space, silence and transparency, is dedicated to the Dachstein and the Stillensteinklamm, which have repeatedly inspired the artist.

“Like a walk” is a plea for taking it slowly, looking closely, letting oneself in for and opening oneself to something, for changing one’s perspective and, in the end, for pure painting.

Lilly Hagg

"Die Macht der Gefühle"

03. 10. 2021 - 09. 01 .2022

The exhibition with Lilly Hagg from Sunday, 3 October 2021 onwards in the lounge of the Museum Angerlehner shows approximately 20 of the textile artist’s works.

The trained dressmaker studied under Werner Liebmann in Berlin Weißensee and her creative work is influenced by Kokoschka, Carpaccio, Cezanne and Dubuffet, among others.
After an intense study of the history of painting she submerged herself in the world of fabric painting. At first Hagg used only plain fabrics, but in the course of time she got braver and braver and created expressive and emotionally intensive works with textiles of various textures and patterns: like this, even historic fabrics and second-hand clothes were used besides other materials.

The current world affairs as well as known personalities like Donald Trump or Greta Thunberg find their way into Lilly Hagg’s oevre.




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