Aversa Marcello - Terra Viva

Aversa Marcello - Terra Viva

07/12/2021 – 31/01/2022

Sorrento

Marcello Aversa celebrates his 25th anniversary as an artist and opened this anniversary with an impressive exhibition “Terra Viva” (italian for living earth) in Sorrento’s Villa Fiorentino. At the same time, 7 special works are exhibited in the prestigious Università Cattolica in Milan. We congratulate Marcello from the bottom of our hearts and are grateful about this great success!

In Sorrento alone, over 14,000 visitors have already seen his exhibition…


Collective exhibition

Collective exhibition

25 local artists expose their newest operas at the great showing room of our art store Kompatscher on Seminar-Place

Alessi Pascale, Amort Elisabeth, Aresti Valentino, Baldessari Alexa, Cagol Daniela, Contò Francesco, Damini Markus, Fischnaller Annemarie, Gacke Carolina, Gallmetzer Ruth, Gheno Bruno, Lamonaca Giancarlo, Mitterer Irmgard, Montoro Alessandro, Mureda Manfred, Olivotto Claudio, Olivotto Seela, Paternoster Claudio, Pittschieler Margit, Rauter Simon, Sommavilla Romeo, Taber Liz, Tasser Brunhilde, Thaler Martina, Winkler Verena


Perspectives by Simon Rauter

Perspectives by Simon Rauter

The exhibition by Simon Rauter in the showroom of our gallery shows wooden sculptures of various motifs, sizes and designs to marvel at – even a special concrete sculpture is exponed at the entrance to the exhibition. There are not only three-dimensional works by the 40-year-old artist on display, but also sketches and pictures that can be discovered from different perspectives.

 

Simon Rauter is a master of what can be guessed at, what is obviously hidden. Sometimes we only see the obvious by looking at one Sculpture, but if we take our time, we suddenly discover behind the Facade something hidden, contradicting, previously unthought and maybe provocative too.

The artist’s favorite material is wood. He usually carves the human figures from a large trunk, letting the natural textures of the wood influence his work. During the work, a dialogue arise between the artist and the material. The sculpture is not 100% planned in advance, but it develops in the work process. The surfaces are finely treated, highlighting the life of the tree. The structure of the wood, cracks and holes caused by maggots give the sculptures vividness, but indicates at the same time impermanence.


Guido Goller carves wood

Artist Guido Goller carves wooden figures saturday 24th october 2020 at Galerie Hofburg in Brixen


Our traditional bookbindery is ACTIVE again!

Our bookbinder Alexander is again active for your concerns. It glues, repairs and binds your sheets, exercise books, notebooks, periodicals ...


Holger THEUNERT anstatt in ROMA < Brixen

Genießen Sie in den kommenden Tagen die neuesten Werke von Holger THEUNERT,

welche aus aktuell bekannten Gründen nicht in Rom ausgestellt werden konnten.


PICTURE FRAME - Johannes Kompatscher closes your pictures with the right frame!

Johannes Kompatscher frames your pictures according to your wishes

The right frame gives each painting a special effect. The passe-partout already gives space, protects and refines the artwork. Specisal invisible glass – if desired – is now available at affordable prices.


MIRROR of LIGHT - Opening of exhibition from Birgit KUSS friday 15/11/19 8:00 p.m.

Southtyrolian artist Birgit KUSS shows for the first time in a solo exhibition her newest works at Galerie Hofburg.

Come and have a look to this great paintings with real GOLD ...

 

 


HAPPY PEOPLE IN MY TOWN

HAPPY PEOPLE IN MY TOWN

Thoughts of the artist Karolina Gacke:

In today’s world, everything is evolving so fast. Digital reality and artificial intelligence are taking over our lives and reducing our freedom, our free spaces.

Many people are finding it difficult to manage in this new reality, and emotional and psychological problems are becoming more common. To cope with all this pressure, a lot of us, including young children, are turning to prescribed medication, hoping for an easy way out. Our society is becoming more and more unhappy, as we get stuck in a vicious circle we can’t get out of.

Through the language of my art, I try to confront people with reality, show them the situation and speak about the unspoken. I believe that awareness is the first step to changing anything in this world, and to creating more free space.