New Exhibitions at Museum Angerlehner Featuring Monika Kus-Picco, Mario Dalpra, Martin Praska, and Hannah Winkelbauer
The museum Angerlehner in Thalheim/Wels presents four new exciting art shows, starting on September 13.
Monika Kus-Picco’s first solo exhibition in Austria displays her works “Medikamentenbilder” (drug pictures). Since 2018 she uses expired drugs as the base for her colors and then creates big, abstract, and colorful paintings.
In the gallery rooms, the visitors can see sculptures and paintings by Mario Dalpra under the title “Be Inspired.” He is especially interested in what is on the surface and creates shiny objects. His aesthetics doesn’t follow a concept, so the beholders are totally free in their conceptions.
The third exhibition takes place in the graphics rooms. Here, oil paintings from Martin Praska are on display. Those “Short Stories” are sometimes almost photorealistic and sometimes remind of porcelain figures and thus contrast with rooms and landscapes that are recognizable only vaguely.
Hannah Winkelbauer’s delicate drawings are thematizing loss, decay, and destruction. She uses colored pencils to showcase dead birds, rotten fruits, and lost items in front of a white background. Her works are shown in the Salon.
Our accompanying audio guide of museum Angerlehner provides additional information about the museum itself, its architecture, the collector and his collection, and much more.