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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VIENNACONTEMPORARY
63.6% of viennacontemporary's followers are female and 36.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 178 and the average number of comments is 2.
Viennacontemporary loves posting about Art, Visualizations, Painting.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VIENNACONTEMPORARY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VIENNACONTEMPORARY
- Art & Design 73.89 %
- Beauty & Fashion 68.98 %
- How-to & Style 62.18 %
- Books and Literature 54.55 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 49.14 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 39.69 %
- Home & Garden 39.44 %
- Music 39.43 %
- Photography 37.66 %
- Travel & Tourism 35.60 %
- Business & Careers 34.37 %
- Luxury Goods 34.20 %
- Entertainment 34.08 %
To see at #viennacontemporary online, postwar and contemporary artist #CarstenFock presented by Galerie @jochenhempel Images: Carsten Fock, o.T., 2020. Galerie Jochen Hempel. See more artworks from the artist and the gallery at vc on - Link in bio. @carsten_fock #contemporaryart #painting #contemporarypainting #mixmediaart #discoverart #artworks
Discover the artworks from the Z-series selected by viennacontemporary long time partner @bdo_austria on vc on. The Z-Series is an experimental platform with a hand-picked selection of accessible works by emerging names and yet-to-be-discovered young talents curated by Francesca Gavin. The platform is open until 27.10.2020, so what are you waiting for! Go find the perfect piece for you. 🖼️ 🌟 Image 1: Stefan Zsaitsits, Pfad, 2019. Galerie Sturm & Schober. Image 2: Aron Barath, untitled, 2020. Suppan Fine Arts Gallery. Image 3: Paul Sochacki, Stephansplatz, 2020. E X I L E Gallery. Image 4: Nadim Vardag, Untitled, 2007. Georg Kargl Fine Arts Discover new artists and uncover hidden gems in viennacontemporary online - Link in bio #BDOaustria #BDOcares #discoverart #investinart #viennacontemporary #artfair #art
🛎️ Call for projects: With Content Vienna, the @wirtschaftsagentur_wien is supporting digital creative projects from Vienna or dealing with Vienna with production grants of 10,000 euros each. This year there are 2 special prizes on the topic of Culture & Technology at 5,000 euros each for digital solutions for the cultural sector. Submit now until 👉 2 November 2020. More info at www.wirtschaftsagentur.at This year's jury includes: Marlies Wirth @mak_vienna Axel Dietrich @vrischvr Waltraud Grausgruber @trickywomen Rainer Sigl @radiofm4 #callforprojects #culture #technology #vienna #art #creative
To see at #viennacontemporary online vc_on with @ostlichtvienna #StefanieMoshammer 🌿🍃 Image: Stefanie Moshammer, Genetics, from the series »Land of Black Milk«, 2016. Gallery Ostlicht Vienna. @stefanie_moshammer Discover more artworks by the artist on vc_on - Link in bio. #contemporaryart #artwork #viennacontemporaryonline #photography #contemporaryphotography #artcollectors #contemporaryvienna
To see at #viennacontemporary online with @svit_gallery #HabimaFuchs Habima Fuchs produces ceramics, sculptures and installations, she draws, paints and tailors. The language of forms and visual vocabulary of Habima Fuchs are defined by the intensive analysis of various cultures and religions. Their interrelations become clear in the work of Habima Fuchs, through her engagement with archetypes and universal principles. Spiritual worlds of imagination are united through her work to create a cosmos, which is pervaded by her own experience, awareness and lifestyle. @habima_fuchs Image: Habima Fuchs, Pratyupanna (Multiplication of the Present). SVIT Gallery. #artsculpture #cermanicart #artwork #contemporaryart #viennacontemporary2020 #artistwork #discoverart
To see at #viennacontemporary online with @osnovagallery #YelenaPopova Popova is an artist who works across a wide range of media, including painting, video and installation. Reflecting her upbringing in the Urals, she is influenced by the tenets of Russian Constructivism, while often seeking to discuss the constant development of industrialism and the landscape of contemporary Capitalism. There is an important stress placed upon the theme of balance within her work, whether this is political, aesthetic or metaphysical. @yelena_popova Image: Yelena Popova, Untitled, 2018. Osnova Gallery #viennacontemporary #balance #form #painting #discoverart #abstractpainting #contemporaryart
Let’s start the week with inspiring art ✨ Don't miss the work of #PhilipLoersch at viennacontemporary online with @feldbuschwiesnerrudolph Philip Loersch is a passionate drawing artist. In his mimetic works on paper and his three-dimensional book sculptures made of stone, he makes content visible and experienceable in image and text. His illusionistically drawn book covers invite the viewer to read a book that cannot be opened. At the same time, the motif of the book associates the visualization of knowledge and knowledge structures with the idea of endurance. Thus things are carved in stone in order to simulate the act of remembering and renewing knowledge and cognition anew. „What is drawing and what is writing? (...) With me, printed writing also becomes handwriting again. And in the end everything is drawing ...“. (PL, 2018) @philip.loersch vc_on is running until 27.10.2020 - Link in bio. 📓🗻 Image: Philip Loersch, Ahnen spüren, 2019. Feldbusch Wiesner Rudolph #viennacontemporary2020 #viennacontemporaryonline #sculptureart #discoverartists #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #contemporarysculpture
To see at #viennacontemporary online vc_on with @kisterem_gallery #AdamAlbert His works are novel in the artist’s practice in terms of their central motifs as well as their use of materials. Although he has created works before related to the depiction of the human body as a pillar of artistic training, his larger projects were usually based on topics dealing with economic, political ideas and on themes of modernity. @mada.trebla Enjoy discovering art at vc_on -Link in bio. Image: Ádám Albert, SKB, 2017. Kisterem Galéria. #viennacontemporary #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #art #kisteremgaléria #ironart #discoverart
Today we would like to draw your attention to the Exploration section presenting artistic positions from the 60s and 70s. Don't miss the works at viennacontemporary online vc_on with @vintage.hu #GezaPerneczky Through his networking activity, he builds up important relationships between the Hungarian and international art world, and takes an active role in the international mail-art movement. At the beginning of his artistic career, between 1970 and 1975, he produces his most famous works, conceptual artworks (e.g. Concepts like commentary, 1971), and photos, which now can be found in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; MoMA, New York, and in the Centre Pompidou in Paris, among others. Enjoy browsing art! 🌟- Link in bio Image: Géza Perneczky, Concept Like Commentary 5, 1971. Vintage Galéria. #perneczky #concept #conceptart #silverprint #1970sart #viennacontemporary #contemporaryart #explorations
To see at #viennacontemporary online vc_on with @windowproject__ #KetaGavasheli Keta Gavasheli is a multimedia artist. She works with video, photo installations and performances. @catgavasheli 🤞🏻 Image: Keta Gavasheli, A Gentle Squeeze. Window Project Gallery More on vc_on - Link in bio. #viennacontemporary2020 #contemporaryart #contemporarysculpture #art #windowprojectgallery
To see at #viennacontemporary online vc_on with @one_gallery_sofia #IskraBlagoeva "In my work I use various media, creating paintings, objects, installations, performances. I aim to select the appropriate medium and materials for each particular idea. Part of my paintings is a series of works, such as "Black Paintings of Cheerful Events", in which I depict female images on the verge of the horrible, scary and repulsive. The works are continuation of my long-lasting interest in the religious-mythological content and images that are deeply embedded in the western cultural perception. I am interested in the point of intersection of the myth and the present day, how the myth turns into a stereotype and how to change the perception of it. My attempt is to find the exceptions, to highlight possible paths of development and apprehension of women outside the cultural cliché. In such a way, I disclose the invisible aspects of the feminine world, commenting on the freedom of self-perception and self-evaluation. The aesthetics I develop in my works reflect states of mind and emotionality that are excessive and sometimes unpleasant to the common understanding." - @iskra_blagoeva Image: Iskra Blagoeva, Saint I, 2019. One Gallery. 🌟 Discover more artworks for sale from the gallery on our digital platform vc on - Link in bio. #viennacontemporary2020 #onegallerysofia #painting #contemporarypainting #discoverart #art
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