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22.- 27. September 2020

Iddo Markus Israel All together now 2019
Oil on Wood | 20 x 40 cm

 Dear artfriends,
the fair is officially over! Thanks for visiting my exhibition at room 3.06.
Most of the work I showed at the exhibition is temporarily at my place. If you are interested in some of the works, you are more than welcome to visit me at home.
Liebe Kunstfreunde,
danke für euren Besuch und euer Interesse der Ausstellung “Esther’s Friends” ( Raum 3.06).
Die meisten Arbeiten der Ausstellung sind aktuell bei mir zuhause. Bei gegebenem Interesse, würde ich mich freuen euch bei mir zuhause willkommen zu heißen.
Herzliche Grüße,
Esther Attar Machanek

Anna Attar • Amnon David Ar • Alfredo Barsuglia • Gianluca Capozzi • Rudi Cotroneo • Christian Eisenberger • Hans Glaser • Franz Graf • Mario Grubisic • Yves Hayat • Behruz Heschmat • Wolfgang Herzig • Olivia Kaiser • Merlin Kratky • Larissa Leverenz • Iddo Markus • Fabian Erik Patzak • Florian Raditsch • Hubert Scheibl • Stylianos Schicho • Karen Holländer Schnur • Martin Schnur • Felix Theile • Martin Veigl • Eva Wagner •Nazim Unal Yilmaz • Osama Zatar

FRANZ GRAF = FLUEGEL =2020 signiert
Graphit und Tusche auf Leinwand
110 X 160 X 5 cm
Martin veigl street romance, 2020
Öl auf Leinwand, 110 x 100 cm
Felix Theile Drinnen 2019
Auquarell, Tusche auf Papier, 40 x 29,7 cm
Martin Schnur O.T. 2016
öl / LW, 40 x 50 cm
Karen Holländer Schnur Körperstudie 1, 2019
öl / LW, 50 x 40 cm
Esther Attar-Machanek
ArtNetWorking | Collector | Curator | Press

22.- 27. September 2020

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  1. LS: Please vote: three artist who are interesting to you? Three directors relevant to you? Three writers remarkable to you? Three musicians seminal to you?
    YI: Ed Ruscha, Rachel Whiteread and William Kentridge. Federico Fellini, the Coen brothers and Clint Eastwood. Italo Calvino, Michel Houellebecq and Sayed Kashua. I thought this last would be the easy question, but when trying to answer I realized that my past idols have all evaporated… I can’t pin point any specific names… these days I listen to the radio, the stations small local stations change as I drive through different areas and they make me feel as if I’ve travelled back in time to my childhood frozen in the 80’s.

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