Andreas Fogarasi: WORK

Social Design
Andreas Fogarasi studierte an der Angewandten

Andreas Fogarasi uses forms of display that are reminiscent of minimalism and conceptual art to explore questions of space and representation. Being situated between a documentary and a sculptural practice, his works critically analyse the aesthetisation and economisation of urban space and the role of architecture and the cultural field in contemporary society. Incorporating video, sculpture and installation in wide-sweeping discursive webs, Fogarasi confronts the viewer with fault lines in history, image politics and cultural identities. 
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Andreas Fogarasi (born 1977 in Vienna), studied at Angewandte and the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna and at Le Pavillon, Paris. His work was shown internationally in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Solo exhibitions include “Nine Buildings, Stripped”,  Kunsthalle Karlsplatz (Vienna), Georg Kargl Fine Arts (Vienna), GfZK (Leipzig), Museum Haus Konstruktiv (Zürich), Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art (Toronto), Museo Reina Sofia (Madrid), Ludwig Forum (Aachen), the MAK in Vienna and the 52. Biennale di Venezia, where he was awarded the Golden Lion Prize for best pavilion. 
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Andreas Fogarasi WORK