The artists and architects for Group XXVIII (April 2019 – September 2019) are Ovidiu Anton, Peter Behrbohm and Markus Bühler, and Jeehee Park.
Ovidiu Anton lives and works in Vienna and studied at École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Marseille and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He works in film and video, performance, drawing, and sculptural objects. Anton’s works often take on a political character, where the artist concentrates on seeking and highlighting the paradoxical nuances of the surrounding world. He has had solo exhibitions at Gallery 5020, Salzburg; Christine König Gallery, Vienna; Tobacco Cultural Centre, Ljubljana; König2 by robbygreif, Vienna; Future Museum, Bucharest and G99 Gallery in Brno. He’s participated in group exhibitions at Frappant, Hamburg; MAK Vienna; MUMOK cinema, Vienna; Austrian Cultural Forum, Warsaw; Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein; Jewish Museum, Hohenems; City Gallery of Ljubljana; Karst Projects, Plymouth; Galeria Labirynt, Lublin and various other institutions.
Peter Behrbohm and Markus Bühler
Peter Behrbohm and Markus Bühler live and work in Berlin. Behrbohm designs obstacles and fragments, thinks with hands and feet, constructs abnormal apparatus and installs fictions in public space. Bühler considers himself a truffle pig at the sediments of reality. His work is driven by analytic and operative precision, often based on found narratives through varying media. Both studied at Berlin’s University of the Arts and have been granted numerous awards including the BDA-SARP Award for the best German graduation project, Rudeolf Lodders Price, the Baumgarten, and the post-graduate Elsa-Neumann Scholarship, as well as the Max-Taut-Prize.
Jeehee Park is an artist based in Seoul. She has been awarded fellowships and residencies at the Glenfiddich Artist in Residence program, Scotland, and the Swatch Art Peace Hotel Artist Residency, Shanghai. Park is the recipient the Kenneth Armitage Young Sculpture Prize and her work has been exhibited in numerous venues nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include SeMA Bukseoul Museum of Art, Seoul; Centre d’art, Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Fishmen H. Forman & Son Fish, London; Busan Biennale, Busan Cultural Center, Busan, among many others.