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Iris Andraschek

  • Iris Andraschek, CLAUDIA, 2002
  • Iris Andraschek, About Care. ONLY LIFE (Memories burn like a forest fire. B. Eilish), 2021
  • Iris Andraschek, Passion of the Real # 5, 1994
  • Iris Andraschek, 30 Reasons a Girls should call it a Night#8, 2013
  • Iris Andraschek, Sapun Ghar, 2018
  • Iris Andraschek, I am / mein Mund, meine Zunge, 2018
  • Iris Andraschek, „Strict Nature“ aus der Serie „Sekundäre Wildnis“, 2017
  • Iris Andraschek, HYBRID TALKS, 2020
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022
  • Exhibition view, Iris Andraschek. I love you :-), 2022

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For the artist’s first solo exhibition the Lentos pulls together works from the last 35 years. As a comprehensive selection, the show features drawings, photographs, and spatial installations, some of which are expressly made for the occasion.

Inge Dick

  • Inge Dick, sommer licht weiss 2013/42, 2013
  • Inge Dick, autumn light white, 2020/25b, 2020
  • Inge Dick, autumn light white, 2012/20, 2012
  • Exhibition view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022
  • Exhibition view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022
  • Exhibtion view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022

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At the focus of this exhibition is the fourpart "project jahres licht weiss (2012–2015)". In this seasonal work, the artist explores the multifaceted nature of light in a manner that is both experimental and, in a manner of speaking, poetical.

The Collection

  • Heimo Zobernig, Untitled, 2017
  • Gustav Klimt, Head of a Woman, 1917
  • Gabriele Muenter, The blue lake, 1954
  • Maria Lassnig, Self-Portrait with a Telephone, 1973
  • Lovis Corinth, Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt, 1917
  • Oskar Kokoschka, Friends, 1917/18
  • Valie Export, Identity Transfer III, 2000 (1968)
  • Andy Warhol, Marilyn, 1967

The collection is the heart and the soul of our museum. The basic idea underpinning this presentation of the museum’s collection is restoring the chronological sequence of works, which will allow visitors to get to know the most important movements and styles of art history from the 19th century to the present in the original. In addition to this, we are putting the focus on artists who have a special relationship with Linz and the Lentos, such as VALIE EXPORT and Herbert Bayer.

Can you see what I see

  • Anastasiya Yarovenko, White Noise, 2022
  • Exhbition view, Can you see what I see, 2022
  • Exhibition view, Can you see what I see, 2022

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Five Ukrainian artists react to the topical situation in Can you see what I see. Comprised of an installation in front of the Lentos, and video works, films, and drawings on display in the Museum itself, this Emergency Intervention conjures up a dramatic predicament that concerns all of Europe.

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