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12-15 September 2024

Orshi Drozdik

Einspach Fine Art & Photography will be represented with two stands at this year's viennacontemporary. In the CONTEXT section of the fair, we will showcase a selection from Orshi Drozdik's (1946) early conceptual photo series. CONTEXT is the fair's new section, focusing on ten artists active in the second half of the 20th century, with a particular emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe.

Orshi Drozdik was one of the first female artists in Eastern Europe in the 1970s who aimed to explore social and gender identities in their art, using mediums such as photography, performance, and the body. The selection at viennacontemporary will delve into issues surrounding patriarchal power structures and the representation of the female body, drawing from early series such as Individual Mythology (1975–1977), Blink and Sigh (1977–1978), and Pornography (1978–1979).


On viennacontemporary 2024, Einspach Fine Art & Photography presents the latest paintings of the internationally acknowledged Austrian-Israeli collaborative artist duo, Muntean/Rosenblum. The proposed selection provides insights into the peculiar pictorial and conceptual oeuvre of the artists. As if looking through a magnifying glass, Muntean/Rosenblum investigate central themes of our time: the ambivalence of human existence, the growing insecurity of the individual, and a pervasive sense of transience in our hectic everyday lives. The material is closely related to the artist duo's major solo exhibition titled Mirror of Thoughts at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, on display from May 3 to December 1, 2024.


Austrian Markus Muntean (b. 1962, Graz) and Israeli Adi Rosenblum (b. 1962, Haifa) have been an artist duo since 1992. Though their practice stems from painting, they work in a large variety of mediums, such as film, video, installation and sculpture. They have exhibited, among others, at the Tate Britain, the MAK in Vienna and now the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, their works are in the collections of MOMA, Albertina and MUMOK. The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest has recently acquired their work for its collection as well. They currently live and work in Vienna.

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