Group Exhibition

12-14 Contemporary
Schleifmühlgasse 12-14, 1040 Wien

3.7. – 15.7. 2018


Pavel von Ferluh is a Slovenian artist of Austrian origin, who studied architecture and creates urban landscapes. Through monochrome
paintings he is critically interpreting the spirit of places (topos) and cities he experienced personally.

A Miramare dream forever and for all of us, 2018, mixed media, 100×190 cm

Pao Lin is an Italian, naturalised Chinese artist who creates canvases with paintings and collages of huge dimensions
and small pieces depicting chaos of infinite fragments of shapes and colours in harmonic compositions.

untitled, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 40×40 cm

Paul Beton is a self-taught sculptor who got his education at construction sites. By applying materials of construction
taking them from usual use and puts them in to the field of artistic research.

The holy western stone, 2017, concrete, 68x40x11 cm

Pablo Soltero is a Spanish artist who studied in England. He creates “landscapes of spirit” that take a form of perfectly
balanced painted backgrounds to serve as landscapes to minuscule figures in foreground.

Pope + pill, 2016, mixed media, 70×70 cm

Paul Scontentporary is an artist who doesn’t belong to any state or nationality. He observes contemporary art as it is, literally
and sees behind the new-created myths, then reproducing through irony the icons and great illusions.

Controideologia, 2017, mixed media, 35x35x35 cm

Paula Knauf is a very young, progressive painter from Germany. She presently studies art in Italy and is fascinated with Italian culture.
Her works swing between abstract and graffiti art, between beauty and activism and have a strong feminist position.

The limit of decency, 2017, mixed media on canvas, 150×150 cm (R)evolution is and international artists who follows the news in newspapers and creates his artworks with cut-outs
and gold paint. His comments on news are seemingly neutral but in fact they take a critical position.

Installation on the wall,2018, paint and collage on wood, various size

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