20.00 EXHIBITION OPENING
Authors: David Calas and Lisa Trockner
CCB, Art Gallery, Knez Mihailova 6
The format New Tradition follows up to the successful exhibition “Hosting the Dolomites – Appropriation of Space 7/7”, shown in Moscow (Susev Museum of architecture), Vienna (Italian Embassy), Zagreb (ORIS House of Architecture) and Thessaloniki (Bensoussan Han) between 2016 and 2018. The re-adaptation of the exhibition concept aligns to the Theme of the BINA 2019 “Positive and Active”, fostering a deeper relation to the cultural and build environment, showing 8 architecture and 8 art positions.
The exhibition concept rests upon the well-known hospitality of South Tyrol by expressing its cultural and multi-lingual character. As being a three-language speaking region, with a many faceted cultural scene, the exhibition aims to extend an invitation at the common table. Visitors take a seat at the big table, where architectonical and artistic dishes are served (exhibited). Tradition, re-interpretation and creative outwork are listed on the menu. Mahlzeit (German), Buon appetito (Italian), Bun Apetit (Ladin).
To display the rich-facetted cultural practices of architects and artists of South Tyrol, an international Jury, consisting of Verena Konrad (VAI – Vorarlberger Architekturinstitut), Boris Podrecca (Atelier Boris Podrecca), Eva Gratl (Cultural Publicist), choose among the applications of four different categories: Young | Established | Tradition/Reinterpretation | Innovation. Important umbrella terms, helping to frame and outline the exhibition title “New Tradition” and corresponding curatorial concept.
*roland baldi architects | Fire Station Pflersch
*bergmeisterwolf architekten | Hotel Pacher
*Veronika Mayr | Wineatelier Unterganzner
*Messner Architects | Unesco Viewpoint
*Plasmastudio | Strata
*Peter Pichler Architecture | Oberholz
*Christian Schwienbacher | Apatment D
*Totronic | Vierschach Bridge
*Elisa Alberti | Snowballsystem I, II
*Mirijam Heiler | 46 31 17.26
*Thomas Huck | Das disappeared Valley
*Martin Kargruber | Transmitter mast, Field, Stable
*Arthur Kostner | Landscape in red
*Giancarlo Lamonaca | The other realism
*Josef Rainer | Structure 1,2,3
*Maria Walcher | Fuge
Südtiroler Künstlerbund (SKB), founded in 1946, stands for the South Tyrolean Artists Association. South Tyrol is a trilingual (German/Italian/Ladin) region, located in the north part of Italy in proximity to the Austrian border. The association counts 400 active members, spanning three generations of visual artists, architects, writers and composers. SKB operates as an open forum, linking artists and different cultural approaches. Also organizing, developing and realizing continuously local and international exhibitions, events, projects, awards in its own Galleries, in other exhibition spaces in the region and other countries.
Production: Südtiroler Künstlerbund
Partner: Austrian Cultural Forum