aktuelle kunst in graz is a network of art and cultural institutions in Graz. Here you can find details about the venues and the programme on display.

Die nächsten Galerientage finden von 10. - 12. Mai 2024 statt.
Gallery Schnitzler and Lindsberger

Rechbauerstraße 21

8010 Graz

  • Gallery sales-oriented
Opening hours

Thu, Fri 15:00-18:00

Contact and Social Media

office@sl-galerie.at

+43 660/39 85 306

http://www.sl-galerie.at

Accessibility

  • stairs at the entrance
  • stairs in the exhibition space
  • accessible toilets
  • assistance available if needed

Gallery Schnitzler and Lindsberger

Founded in 2016, Galerie Schnitzler und Lindsberger revitalizes the gallery landscape in Graz with works by international artists. The focus is primarily on paintings that move in the field of tension between representationalism, abstraction and other artistic media.

With their gallery, art historian Andreas Schnitzler and entrepreneur Georg Lindsberger would like to encourage people not to collect art primarily as an investment, but to perceive it as a special part of life that is always a source of pleasure and reveals new facets. In this sense, the Schnitzler and Lindsberger Gallery also promotes active engagement with visual art in the form of dialogical events, in which visitors can exchange ideas with other people interested in art and artists.

Following this credo, the location of the gallery was also deliberately chosen: The easily visible space in Graz's Rechbauerstraße is located directly opposite the Technical University. Through its large display windows, the art presented in it can be grasped almost in its entirety. This opening into the urban space is a special quality of this location.

  • Exhibition

4/26/2023 - 9/8/2023

Martin Veigl

In the works of Martin Veigl, photographs are not simply translated into the medium of painting, but are formally surrendered to it, though without completely upsetting the wholeness of the images. Thus, the figurative is deliberately interspersed with abstract passages or the raw image carrier, but not violated. Rather, in this way the figures are given a sustainable ground in which the boundaries between elements from different pictorial sources become blurred.

  • Artists:
  • Martin Veigl
  • curated by:
  • Andreas Schnitzler