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Women Artists in and from Styria 1850–1950

16.04.-30.08.2020 19:00


Neue Galerie Graz, Joanneumsviertel, 8010 Graz

 

Curated by Gudrun Danzer and Günther Holler-Schuster
Press tour: 15.04.2020, 11 am
Opening: 16.04.2020, 7 pm
Duration: 17.04.–30.08.2020

 

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About the exhibition

The exhibition project sheds light in the first part on a history of art in Styria from a female perspective in the period covering 1850 to 1950: around 1850 the first generation of women were born for whom a career as an independent artist was even thinkable. Their artistic activity occurred primarily in the area of Austrian atmospheric realism and in Jugendstil graphic art. In the inter-war period, women artists increasingly won independence; their educational and exhibiting opportunities improved, and their artistic works were more and more set on an equal par with those of their male colleagues. Astonishingly, no survey exhibition of women’s art in Styria has taken place to date. This exhibition sets out to redress this deficiency.

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Mara Schrötter-Malliczky, poster "Mirus. Antinikotin“ (edited), 1919,
Mara Schrötter-Malliczky, poster "Mirus. Antinikotin“ (edited), 1919,

flat printing on paper, MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Photo: © MAK


Sujet-Mara-Schroetter-Mallicky-Mirus-Antinikotin-1919.jpg (2.36 MB)

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Anny Dollschein, "Stilleben mit Puppe", ca. 1935,
Anny Dollschein, "Stilleben mit Puppe", ca. 1935,

oil on canvas, 48 ​​x 62 cm, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum / N. Lackner


Anny-Dollschein-Stillleben-mit-Puppe-1935.jpg (1.6 MB)

Marie Egner, "Blühendes Mohnblumenfeld", ca. 1896,
Marie Egner, "Blühendes Mohnblumenfeld", ca. 1896,

oil on canvas, 59 x 75 cm, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Marie-Egner-Bluehendes-Mohnblumenfeld-1896.jpg (0.8 MB)

Olga Granner-Milles, "Selbstbildnis mit Schwester", Paris, 1900,
Olga Granner-Milles, "Selbstbildnis mit Schwester", Paris, 1900,

oil on canvas, 101,5 x 69 cm, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Olga-Granner-Miles-Selbstbildnis-mit-Schwester-1900.jpg (1.99 MB)

Friederike Koch-Langentreu, „Holländische Mädchen am Strand“, 1911,
Friederike Koch-Langentreu, „Holländische Mädchen am Strand“, 1911,

oil on canvas, 76 x 96,5 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Friederike-Koch-Langentreu-Hollaendische-Maedchen-am-Strand-1911.jpg (0.7 MB)

Friederike Koch-Langentreu, „Lesende Dame in Weiß“, 1900,
Friederike Koch-Langentreu, „Lesende Dame in Weiß“, 1900,

oil on canvas, 43,5 x 50 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Friederike-Koch-Langentreu-Lesende-Dame-in-Weiss-1900.jpg (0.63 MB)

Emilie Schmäck, „Szene in einem Biedermeier-Interieur“, ca. 1850,
Emilie Schmäck, „Szene in einem Biedermeier-Interieur“, ca. 1850,

oil on canvas, 25,5 x 20,5 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Emilie-Schmaeck-Interieur-mit-stehender-Dame-1850.jpg (3.12 MB)

Alwine Hotter, „Phantastische Folterszene“, ca. 1920,
Alwine Hotter, „Phantastische Folterszene“, ca. 1920,

oil on canvas, 63 x 58 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Alwine-Hotter-Phantastische-Folterszene-ca-1920.jpg (0.82 MB)

Emilie Hallavanya, „Jack Russell Terrier“, before 1907,
Emilie Hallavanya, „Jack Russell Terrier“, before 1907,

oil on canvas, 75 x 64 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Emilie-Hallavanya-Jack-Russell-Terrier-vor-1907.jpg (0.42 MB)

Marie Baselli, “Trauer”, ca. 1919,
Marie Baselli, “Trauer”, ca. 1919,

oil on canvas, 88,5 x 74,5 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Marie-Baselli-Trauer-ca-1919.jpg (0.33 MB)

Norbertine Bresslern-Roth, „Elefanten“, 1934,
Norbertine Bresslern-Roth, „Elefanten“, 1934,

oil on jute, 142,5 x 125 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Norbertine-Bresslern-Roth-Elefanten-1934.jpg (0.58 MB)

Hedwig, Tax-Hochhauser, „Junge Dame in Blau (Berlin)“, 1935,
Hedwig, Tax-Hochhauser, „Junge Dame in Blau (Berlin)“, 1935,

oil on cardboard, 70 x 51,2 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Hedwig Wingler


Hedwig-Tax-Hochhauser-Junge-Dame-in-Blau-1935.jpg (2.43 MB)

Olga Holzhausen, „Porträt Margarethe Holzhausen“, ca. 1910,
Olga Holzhausen, „Porträt Margarethe Holzhausen“, ca. 1910,

oil on canvas, private collection Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Olga-Holzhausen-Portraet-Margarethe-Holzhausen-ca-1910.jpg (0.72 MB)

Stephanie Glax, „Selbstporträt“, ca. 1908,
Stephanie Glax, „Selbstporträt“, ca. 1908,

pencil, crayon on paper, 47,9 x 37,1 cm, private collection Ljubljana, Photo: Bojan Salaj


Stephanie-Glax-Selbstportraet-ca-1908.jpg (0.35 MB)

Susanne Wenger, „Der besoffene Matrose“, ca. 1950,
Susanne Wenger, „Der besoffene Matrose“, ca. 1950,

oil on canvas, mounted on board, 42 x 49 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Susanne-Wenger-Der-besoffene-Matrose-ca-1950.jpg (2.25 MB)

Vevean Oviette, „Sitzender Frauenakt“, ca. 1950/51,
Vevean Oviette, „Sitzender Frauenakt“, ca. 1950/51,

charcoal on paper, 48,4 x 31,3 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Vevean-Oviette-Sitzender-Frauenakt-um-1950-51.jpg (0.2 MB)

Gertrud Ring, „Alchemie des Blutes“, 1935,
Gertrud Ring, „Alchemie des Blutes“, 1935,

watercolour, indian ink on paper, 45 x 33,8 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Gertrud-Ring-Alchemie-des-Blutes-1935.jpg (0.45 MB)

Gudrun Baudisch, „Frauenkopf (Modellnr. 407)“, 1928,
Gudrun Baudisch, „Frauenkopf (Modellnr. 407)“, 1928,

glazed terracotta, 24,7 cm (height), Galerie bei der Albertina, Zetter, Wien, Photo: Galerie bei der Albertina, Zetter, Wien


Gudrun-Baudisch-Frauenkopf.jpg (0.59 MB)

Ida Maly, „Trübe Ahnungen (Selbstportrait)“, 1928-30,
Ida Maly, „Trübe Ahnungen (Selbstportrait)“, 1928-30,

watercolour on transparent paper, 29,5 x 21 cm, Neue Galerie Graz, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner


Ida-Maly-Truebe-Ahnungen-1928-30.jpg (0.37 MB)

Marianne Stokes, „Melisande“, 1895/89,
Marianne Stokes, „Melisande“, 1895/89,

tempera on canvas, 87 x 52 cm, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud, Köln, Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln (rba_c003118)


Marianne-Stokes-Melisande-1895-89.jpg (0.39 MB)

Marie Auersperg, „Vase mit Blumen“, 1840s,
Marie Auersperg, „Vase mit Blumen“, 1840s,

Oil on wood, 34 x 28 cm, National Museum of Slovenia, Photo: Toma Lauko, National Museum of Slovenia


Marie-Auersperg-Vasen-mit-Blumen-1840er.jpg (2.65 MB)

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