Georg Haberler | fAN- Fine Art Network

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October 23, 2021
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Could you explain the world to me, please! Georg Haberler at fAN-Fine Art Network Vienna

Munchies Art Club Magazine says a big thank you to the artist Georg Haberler and fAN- Fine Art Network Vienna for allowing us to showcase the current exhibition entitled Could you explain the world to me, please ( Kannst du mir die Welt erklären? Bitte!). We are very proud to present the exhibition from the featured artist Georg Haberler.

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Georg Haberler works with black and white sewing thread, textiles and a colorful palette of inks.

He creates mixed media paintings full of abstract and representational elements.

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Alvar | 25x20 cm | Acrylic Ink | Sewing thread and textile on canvas | 2021

These elements are often arranged so that it seems like they need or play with each other, yet they flow from one to the next and obeying the dictates of painterly logic.

A such, Georgs works are endlessly captivating.

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Aufs Warten warten | 50x40 cm | Acrylic Ink, sewing thread and textile on canvas | 2021 | Kannst Du mir die Welt erklären? Bitte | 80x70 cm | Acrylic Ink, sewing thread and textile on canvas | 2021

Quick overview:

Artist: Georg Haberler
Titel: Could you explain the world to me, please!
Where: fAN - Fine Art Network
Where: Praterstrasse 33, 1020 Vienna
Duration: 15 October -28 October 2021
Documentation and Image:

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Kannst Du mir die Welt erklären? Bitte | 80x70 cm | Acrylic Ink, sewing thread and textile on canvas | 2021

Additional Information:

fAN- Fine Art Network website
Praterstrasse 33, 1020 Vienna
fAN on Instagram

Georg Haberler Website
Misa Art Gallery König

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