Postcards From The Edge

 Visual AIDS, New York City, NY-USA 

Friday, January 29, 2016 // Preview Party
Saturday, January 30, 10am - 6pm; Sunday, January 30, 12noon - 4pm // Benefit Sale 


 Postcards From The Edge is an exhibition and benefit sale of over 1600 original, 
postcard-sized works of art by internationally renowned and emerging artists. 
Each piece is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed 
only after the work is purchased. Whether you walk away with a piece by a famous artist, 
or someone making their debut, you are sure to find something you love! 
 It is the most exciting and affordable way to add to your art collection.

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Glad to support Visual AIDS in years.

 Image by Visual AIDS 



 "Ich bin für Gleichberechtigung".


Image: Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission in Österreich/APA-Fotoservice/Preiss




minus20degree 2016

28-30 January
Falchau, Austria
The third edition of minus20degree Art and Architecture Biennale takes place in 
Flachau, Austria, on January 28 – 30, 2016.

Melting is as fear inducing as it is a heroic moment. What brings death to the snowman, strengthens the pasture anew; what ensures the end of the unit, is a new beginning for difference. 

All that is stable and solid appears to gather movement, becoming liquid in order to solidify as a new form. 
This radicalism is inherent in nature and therefore its rural dwellers sense familiarity within. 

 Yet still, or indeed exactly for that reason, they brace their culture in opposition. 
That is precisely why this year’s minus20degree wants to draw out and address the cultural melt.

Twenty-two Artists from sixteen countries are invited to transform the winter landscape into stage, canvas and gallery. 
A path leads through the village and links installations, performances and artworks into a distinct exhibition space. 
For three days Flachau is not only the epicentre of mass tourism, 
but also the focal point for international artistic expression.
  Image by m20d


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