SIEGFRIED ANZINGER, ÉVA BODNÁR, FLORIN KOMPATSCHER, OTTO ZITKO
Works from the 1980s to today

24.10.2018 - 12.02.2019
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 12am-6pm,  Saturday: 11am–4pm and by appointment

Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Vienna
Seilerstätte 7
A-1010 Vienna
http://www.galeriethoman.com/en/ausstellungen/

Curated by: Dr. Gerald Matt

SIEGFRIED ANZINGER, ÉVA BODNÁR, FLORIN KOMPATSCHER, OTTO ZITKO
Works from the 1980s to today

18.10.2018 - 19.01.2019
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 12am-6pm,  Saturday: 10am–3pm and by appointment

Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck
Maria-Theresien-Straße 34
6020 Innsbruck

http://www.galeriethoman.com/en/ausstellungen/

Curated by: Dr. Gerald Matt

Curated by Peter Pakesch
Goethestraße 2/3, 10623 Berlin
9 November – 22 December 2018

11.10.2018 – 20.1.2019

Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday: 10am–6pm, closed on Mondays and holidays

MUSA Museum Startgalerie Artothek
Felderstraße 6-8,
A-1010 Vienna

https://www.wienmuseum.at/de/ausstellungen/aktuell/ansicht/die-90er-jahre.html

Curated by:  Brigitte Borchhardt-Birbaumer, Berthold Ecker
 

Blackpages Issue #61 featuring OTTO ZITKO.

http://www.blackpages.at/

Tom Trevor, Arnolfini, Bristol, Ingeburg Wurzer, Studio Otto Zitko, Vienna (Eds.), Berlin 2011.
Tom Trevor describes his experience of coming face to face with Otto Zitko’s expansive wall drawings as, “being swallowed up by a mind-blowing, intensely touching environment,” which seems to directly confront the observer, “both physically and mentally with an all-encompassing subjective reality.”

Hemma Schmutz, Barbara Steiner, Ingeburg Wurzer (Eds.), Berlin 2008

Labyrinthine, whirling lines surround the viewer from all sides – Otto Zitko’s pictures explode every frame. The Austrian artist examines the interrelations of drawing and space, of graphic expression and constructed architecture in large-format, space-consuming wall drawings and paintings.