11.10.2014

Six donumenta Artists @ art-station 99, Katholikentag

Six artists from the donumenta network Dorota Nieznalska from Warsaw, Daniel Pešta, from Prague, Prof. Daniel Fischer from Bratislava, Ana Adamović from Belgrade, Merve Giehl from Amorbach, Marilena Preda Sănc from Bucharest display their work at the art-station 99, on the occasion of the Katholikentag in Regensburg. Dr Maria Baumann from the art collection of the diocese Regensburg co-curated the work, within a thematic exhibition on the “Bridges among God and the human beings”.

Dorota Nieznalska: Queen of Poland
Marilena Preda Sanc Globalization - the Window with Memories
Marilena Preda Sanc Globalization - the Window with Memories

Six artists from the donumenta network Dorota Nieznalska from Warsaw, Daniel Pešta, from Prague, Prof. Daniel Fischer from Bratislava, Ana Adamović from Belgrade, Merve Giehl from Amorbach, Marilena Preda Sănc from Bucharest display their work at the art-station 99, on the occasion of the Katholikentag in Regensburg. Dr Maria Baumann from the art collection of the diocese Regensburg co-curated the work, within a thematic exhibition on the “Bridges among God and the human beings”.

 

Dorota Nieznalska who participated in the Venice Biennale, displays her art-work “Queen of Poland”, consisting of a crown of thorn laying on a red pillow.

 

Daniel Pešta worked on the same subject, displaying a crown of thorns as an audio-visual projection, the light installation Bila Zona.

 

Prof. Daniel Fischer developed a diptych with the title „Heart of the Reality“.

 

The art works of this exhibition at the Galerie Donau-Einkaufszentrum are introduced by the curator Regina Hellwig-Schmid on the 21st of May at 7 pm.

 

The exhibition “Birth and Death and the in-between” is displayed in the St. Klara convent.

Ana Adamović presents her video-installation “Canzone”, while Merve Giehl provides an enormous installation named „Landscapes of standstill“.

The video „Globalisation – the Window With Memories” of Marilena Preda Sănc can be found in the St. Matthias Church.