Marianne Hasenoehrl Obsieger

Marianne Hasenoehrl Obsieger
Last Name: Hasenoehrl Obsieger
First Name: Marianne
Country: Austria
City: Vienna
Art Form: Other

    Statement

    In the works of Marianne Hasenöhrl-Obsieger one can find elements of large scale painting as well as object art, spatial installation and performance art.

    Since 1995 she has been working hard on finding a solution to expanding painting into three-dimensional space. She attempted to create this expansion at first with collages which she then developed into object collages in the course of time.

    The painted background unites and aligns itself seamlessly with the inserted objects. Marianne Hasenöhrl-Obsieger tells visual stories, sometimes in serial sequence. As materials for her works she uses puppets and other small objects which have personal historic value to her and expand art by incorporating the artist herself. The “found objects” she uses come from constant forays into the world of flea markets and scrap metal yards. Like ready-mades, these objects they are integrated into her collages.

    As regards content, Marianne Hasenöhrl-Obsieger uses these objects in such a way that she can tell stories with them which fit the project. These are mostly personal stories, frequently referring to her childhood and youth. In this, popular everyday objects of the past world play central parts: in her youth the “American Way of Live” was discovered and imported while the Western World embraced consumerism.

    In the style of Kurt Schwitters the found objects of everyday life she uses depict a sculptural development of her collages, while there is always a personal connection that ensures the stereotyped box of “objets trouvés” is forced open and trash or junk she found is then turned into beloved finds and discoveries that have memory value.

    In her new paintings, Marianne Hasenöhrl-Obsieger tries to unite a monochrome mood with an interpretation of the reality of structural painting by employing large scale formats. In doing this she is not afraid of colours. These become bearers of her spiritual condition and a window into her inner landscape.

    Biography

    born 1945 in Elmstein / pfalz, germany Begins to work with clay under the tutelage of noted German sculptor, Käthe Burghardt. 1965-71 Academy of fine arts Vienna, studied architecture in the masterclass of Roland Rainer. Awarded Master's degree in Architecture, Academy of fine art Vienna. Working as architect in Vienna 25 years. From 1995 visiting classes (3D objects, Installations) in Salzburg Summeracademy founded by Oskar Kokoschka, as well as Painting Courses.

    2014 Fountain Art Fair, New York
    2013 Spirit Hotel Thermal Spa, Sárvár, Hungary
    2011 Artspace-Galleries, Paris
    Artspace-Galleries, London
    2010 Stadtgalerie, Fürstenfeld
    Icons, Oliver Sonnbichler Architekten, Vienna, Austria
    2009 Bridge Art Fair, New York
    2008 Millionairs fair, JMA gallery, Munich/ Germany
    „one woman show“ , JMA gallery Vienna, Austria
    2007 solo exhibition, gallery Time, Vienna
    2006 exhibition together with Susanna Taratuty, Vienna / Austria
    exhibition, Friedrichshafen / Germany
    exhibition, Art Nocture Knocke, Belgium
    solo exhibition, Barbaro, Vienna
    2005 solo exhibion Benefit-Exposition Museum Arad
    exhibition Bad Blumau / Austria
    participation together with Susanna Taratuty, 7th Art international / Zürich
    2004 solo exhibition, Buenos Aires, Puerto Madero Pavilion del Arte, Argentina solo exhibition Schloss Hartberg , Styria Austria
    2003 solo exhibition Wiener Wirtschaftskammer, Vienna Austria
    exhibition Schloß Burgau , Styria Austria
    2002 Exhibition Gallery Culture Institut in Austrian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan.
    participation at exhibition "Visions of Elvis and Pop Icons", Gallery 218, Milwaukee, USA
    solo exhibition Palais Palffy, Vienna, Josefsplatz 6, 20th Nov. - 4th Dec.
    2001 Open Air Exhibition in Styria, Blumau, Installation of Totems
    solo exhibition, Bulgarian Culture Institut, House Wittgenstein, Vienna
    2000 First solo exhibit in Paris, Galerie Yves Fay
    Solo exhibit, Atrium Galerie, Blumau, Styria
    Solo exhibit, Salon Galerie, Vienna, Austria
    1998/99 Participated in various Group shows with Peter Sengl and Norbert Brunner.
    1995 Attended international Summer Academy Salzburg, founded by Oskar Kokoschka. dimensions taught by Tone Fink.
    SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

    HARA-Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
    Thomas Kann, Privat Collection, Monaco
    Maria Lipp, Dubai
    City art Museum Arad, Romania
    BKS bank of Styria, Austria
    Wolfgang Weissengruber, Austria
    Jutta Unkert Seifert, Austria
    Horst Ruschmayer, Germany
    Hermann Becker, Germany
    Walter Korpitsch, Austria
    Felix Hasenöhrl, Austria
    Norbert Brunner, Austria
    Yvonne Weiler, Wien
    Austrian Embassy-Galerie, Tokyo
    Municipality Bad Waltersdorf, Austria
    Maria Bauer, Bad Waltersdorf, Austria
    Municipality Bad Blumau, Austria
    Ursula Hiden, Bad Blumau, Austria
    Irmgard Peters, Neustadt, Germany

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    Fyer , Fyer!
    Starts: Monday, October 7th, 2013 at 8:00 PM
    Ends: Saturday, October 5th, 2013 at 4:22 PM
    Gershwin Hotel
    7 East 27th Street
    New York, United States
    10016
    SIREN Baroque kicks off its third season with Fyer, Fyer!, the first of four concerts exploring the ancient elements, in a special collaboration with the innovative baroque dancers Laura Careless and Marisol Cabrera. The program features blazingly passionate works by Morley, Monteverdi, Rebel, Scarlatti, and Handel, all of which use fire as a metaphor for nature’s wrath, spiritual zeal, lustful ardor, or the terrors of hell. With SIREN Baroque’s “impassioned performances” (Early Music America) accompanied by strikingly seductive choreography, it promises to be an evening to ignite the senses.
    Phone: 212-545-8000