Opening: 25.08.2017

26.08. – 18.10.2017

Goldbergkunst e.V.
Lange Strasse 90
D-19399 Goldberg
http://goldbergkunst.format.com/

(curated by Gregor Schmoll)

29.07. bis 26.08.2017
Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday: 11 am to 2 pm and by appointment  (+43-676-7022709)

Altes Mesnerhaus
Außerteuchen 7
Himmelberg, Kärnten

Artists:
Titanilla Eisenhart, Jakob Gasteiger, Ludwig Gerstacker, Dorothee Golz, Helga Philipp, Hubert Scheibl, Otto Zitko

Curated by: Titanilla Eisenhart
 

16.07.–27.08.2017
Opening Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 1am to 7pm

Exhibition sites:
CIRCUS EINS & CIRCUS ELF
FLZ Stahl- und Metallbau Lauterbach GmbH

(Concept by Susanne Burmester)

Participating artists:

02.07.201705.11.2017
O
pening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, and holidays 10am to 6pm

Kunsthalle Krems

20.05.2017–09.09.2017
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 12am to 6pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm and by appointment

Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman
Seilerstätte 7, 1010 Vienna

http://www.galeriethoman.com

 

30.04.–29.10.2017
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm

Museum Liaunig
HL Museumsverwaltung GmbH
A–9155 Neuhaus 41

www.museumliaunig.at

Curated by Günther Holler-Schuster.

Works by Otto Zitko, JGD, Joyce Pensato, Peter Jellitsch, Thomas Rhube, Matt Mignanelli, Clemens Wolf, Lori Hersberger.

13.05.–31.07.2017

Collector's Depot
Hauptstrasse 182,
9210 Pörtschach, Austria

http://collectorsdepot.at/

 

19.03.–05.11.2017
opened every day from 10am to 5pm

Benediktinerstift Admont
Museum für Gegenwartskunst
A–8911 Admont 1

http://www.stiftadmont.at/en/museums/museum-of-contemporary-art/

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.