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May 14, 2024 at 7:00 p.m., Sechsschimmelgalerie, Sechsschimmelgasse 14, 1090 Vienna. 

In art, "abstract" often refers to works that do not mimic the outward appearance of real objects or scenes, but instead use shapes, colors, lines, or other visual elements to express emotions, ideas, or concepts. Abstract art can be very diverse, ranging from minimalist compositions to expressive, gestural works.

The exhibition "The Abstract Part of Me" explores the abstract world of the participating artists, fusing abstraction and figuration to present a world full of ideas, emotions and sensations, without constraints. The works serve as catharsis for their inner worlds.

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The abstract part of me Invitation

In abstract art, women have brought new forms of expression and perspectives that often challenge traditional notions of art and aesthetics. Their works can explore a variety of themes and emotions, from personal experiences to societal issues.

The recognition of women as artists in abstract art has helped to expand the diversity and reach of the art world and create a more inclusive creative community. Through exhibitions, discussions and other initiatives, there is increasing recognition that women hold an important place in the abstract art scene and that their voices and visions should be heard and celebrated.

Lisa Klein
Katerina Teresidi
Sabina Kohlmeier
Irena Reichel
Karin Czermak
Monika Herschberger
Beate Wagner
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Inviting group exhibition the Abstract Part of Me

The exhibition "The Abstract Part of Me" is realized in collaboration with the Sechsschimmelgalerie gallery, District 4 Art and the MIR - Medias in Res association by Katerina Teresidi.

Photo gallery of the exhibition "The Abstract Part of Me"

Promotional video of the exhibition "The Abstract Part of Me"

Jung war besonders an den tiefenpsychologischen Aspekten des kreativen Prozesses interessiert. Er glaubte, dass kreative Ausdrucksformen wie Kunst und Phantasie eine Verbindung zu unserem Unbewussten herstellen können und uns helfen, uns mit den Archetypen und Symbolen unserer Psyche zu verbinden.

 

In Bezug auf abstrakte Kunst könnte man argumentieren, dass sie den Betrachter dazu herausfordert, über konkrete Darstellungen hinauszugehen und tiefere, symbolische Ebenen zu erkunden. Jung würde möglicherweise die abstrakte Kunst als eine Möglichkeit betrachten, das Unbewusste zu erkunden und sich mit den universellen Symbolen und Energien zu verbinden, die in jedem von uns vorhanden sind.

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