Available Work - Artist in Residence

    #Streetartpassage Q21 Artist in residence program MQ-Vienna – invited by Artis.Love
    The month long residence in Vienna ends with a solo exhibition at the Jan Arnold showroom and is  accompanied by projects like painting a mural, doing a hand pulled screen print together with LEAP – Limited Edition Art Prints as well as a outside installation at the elevator tower at one of the entrances of MuseumsQuartier Vienna. This page contains original art work for sale made in Vienna during the artists stay. Visit the curators Instagram for more coverage on side projects here

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    Artiste Ouvrier (FR)

    Vernissage: Dec 20, 2019 | 7-10 pm | Living Studio: DEC 4 -18, 2019, Mon – Sun | 12pm – 8pm Exhibition: DEC 21 -23, 2019 & JAN 7 – 19, 2020, Tue – Sat | 11am – 6pm

    Location: frei_raum Q21 exhibition space, MQ Wien

    The latest edition of the art project ‘Living Studio’ transforms frei_raum Q21 exhibition space at MuseumsQuartier Wien into work places for artists, which are open to public. Artiste Ouvrier was part of the exhibition as Artist-in-Residence during the Living Studio project. All work was created during the artists stay in Vienna.
    Read more about the project. Artists Instagram


    Vernissage: June 27, 2019 | 7-10 pm | Exhibition: June 28 – July 28, 2019

    Location: Jan Arnold Gallery – MQ, Q21 Showrooms, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

    Robert Seikon & Aanastasia Papaleonida

    All work was created during the artists one month stay at the Q21 Artist-in-Residence program in the renowned MuseumsQuartier art complex in the citiy center of Vienna. Robert Seikon & Aanastasia Papaleonida visual resurch is highly site specific. Especially the wall paintings include material pulled directly from their visual field on site. The method includes organic as well as geometric objects around them within their paintings by transforming these to abstract shapes.

    The most interesting part of the project, they say, was observing the environment and to find relations and connections between objects. All work was created in a one by one process between the artists and the results of their visual research.

    The exhibition at Jan Arnold Gallery was focused on the relation between objects as well as the dialog between existing structure and artwork placed carefully within the room.

    Robert SEIKON born in 1987, Gdynia Poland
    Robert is a artist currently based in Athens, who obtained master‘s degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland. His work revolves around canvases, murals and sculptures. Active in the art world and public sphere since 1999. Throughout the years his style has evolved and his interests from letters starts to focused on geometric and organic shapes. SEIKON specializes in creating unique geometrical patterns which transform diverse surfaces with the use of color and design. Currently the artist has a growing interest in project Rurales.

    Anastasia Papaleonida-Pountza was born in 1989 in Patras Greece and now she is based in Athens. She studied visual communication in Athens. As an artist she uses different kinds of media like painting, sculpture and installations. Her work rotates the last few years around repetition and dynamic, monochrome abstract forms. She uses different materials and media like plaster, clay, ink, paper, fabric and much more. Lately she creates larger size artworks, choosing as surfaces of artistic expression the streets and also abandoned industrial spaces in Greece, trying to interact with the place, the space and the building itself, often deriving influences from the elements that surround it.

    papaleonida.com | Seikon.pl


    Vernissage: Jul 26, 2018 | 7-22 pm | Exhibition: Jul 27 – Aug 26, 2018

    Location: Jan Arnold Gallery – MQ, Q21 Showrooms, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

    An artist living and working in Brooklyn NY. Early on he picked up skateboarding, and he immersed himself within the subculture. Designing tshirts, skateboard graphics, and skateboarding in local shop videos. He eventually went on to design over 200+ board graphics for skateboard companies from Norway, Russia, England, and all over the US and rest of the world. His art as well as himself skateboarding appeared in numerous skateboard magazines including Thrasher.

    Adopting the moniker of Wizard Skull and abandoning freelance design work, he began wheat pasting his art all around New York. One of his most often wheat pastes was “Sexy Ronald”, a buff version of Ronald McDonald wearing only underwear with fries popping out of them. People began photographing and sharing images of it on social media which led to the image going viral several times, being bootlegged and sold on tshirts in Thailand. This also led to his art being exposed to a larger audience.

    Artists Website | Artist Instagram

    AIKO (JP)

    Vernissage: Jun 27, 2018 | 7-22 pm Exhibition: Jun 28 – Jul 22, 2018

    Location: Jan Arnold Gallery – MQ, Q21 Showrooms, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

    AIKO was born and raised in Tokyo and moved to New York City in 1997 where she began working for Takashi Murakami. She was majoring in Media Studies at The New School University when she met up with two American artists and the three of them established the group now known as FAILE. She was one of the first students to receive a Master’s degree in the field of street art and graffiti. In 2006 she went solo as AIKO and continues to create work in the studio as well as in public spaces all over the world. She was the first female artist to paint the Keith Haring wall and has collaborated on commissioned work with numerous artists and corporations, including Banksy, Louis Vuitton and former First Lady Michelle Obama. Loved and respected worldwide for her pop and strong art style that blends Japanese and Western qualities with a feminine approach. In the contemporary art world AIKO is among the most important female street artists from this millennium. 2010: Collaborated with street artist, Banksy on the film “Exit through the gift shop”. 2012: First female to be selected for Keith Haring’s project, The Bowery Wall in New York. 2013: Collaborated with LOUIS VUITTON for the Spring/Summer collection as the third Japanese artist after Takashi Murakami and Yayoi Kusama. 2013: Exhibited alongside Katsushika Hokusai and Kitagawa Utamaro in the “EDO POP” Group Exhibition hosted in New York by Japan Society. Introduced as a contemporary Ukiyo-e Artist. 2014: Involved in the Isetan department store Shinjuku, Tokyo for “Early Spring Festival Advertisement Campaign”, and designed the entire building decoration inside and the window display. 2014: Created a piece in response to a request from Michelle Obama, Former First Lady of the United States. 2015: Involved in the production of Madonna’s “Bitch I’m Madonna” music video. 2018: “LADY GO” Solo exhibition at Shizuoka City Tokaido HIroshige Museum in Japan 2018 : Museum Size Group show “Beyond The Streets” in LA

    Lush Sux (AUS)

    Exhibition: Jul 28 – Aug 27, 2016
    Location: Jan Arnold Gallery – MQ, Q21 Showrooms, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

    Lushsux is an artist from Melbourne, Australia, widely recognized for his large murals on the streets, walls and other structures. His work has been repeatedly characterized as provocative, confrontational and comical; offering shameless commentary on topics as well as prominent figures that are trending at this very moment. The Aussie writer is polarizing due to the fact that his work elicits a reaction that you either will feel strongly about or despise completely. It’s this burgeoning divide between allies and adversaries of his work that continue to spur the media’s attention and bring cognizance to his name. It also comes as no surprise why the world’s most famous (and most reclusive) artist Banksy enlisted Lushsux to be one of the participating artists for his ‘Dismaland, Bemusement Park‘ exhibition in 2015 in Weston Super Mare, England.

    Numerous solo shows from 2010 to 2016, Melbourne, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam
    MelbourneNOWNGV Melbourne – 2014
    Banksy’s Dismaland – 2015
    Secret show in Melbourne – 2016

    Artist Instagram

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    Please get in contact for available work of former artists in residence at #Streetartpassage and Jan Arnold Gallery.
    2017: Axel Void (USA) | Lush Sux (AUS), Dede & Nitzan Mintz (ISR)
    2016: Ben Frost (AUS), Anthony Lister (AUS), Stephen Tompkins (USA)
    2015: Mr. Penfold (GBR), Elliott Numskull Routledge (AUS)

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      Available Work - Sebastian Schager / Artis.Love e.U.

      This site contains available work by artist Sebastian Schager as well as a price list.
      The list is not always up to date, please drop us a line in case we didn’t list a work you probably saw on Instagram.

      Calculating prices

      (H+W)*F = Price (excl. tax)

      Stencil / painting editions: 
      (with original underpainting):
      (H+W)*6)+((H+W)*6)/E) = Price (excl. tax)

      Sculptures (C1|C2):
      Complexity 1: (H+W+D)*(F*1,5) = Price (excl. tax)
      Complexity 2:(H+W+D)*(F*2) = Price (excl. tax)

      Screenprint Editions:
      Find my screen prints and affordable print releases through LEAP

      F= Faktor of 12 (June 2018)
      H = height (cm)
      W= width (cm)
      D = Depth (cm)
      E= Edition size (2,3,5)
      C1= F*1,5 = 18  (June 2018)
      C2= F*2  = 24  (June 2018)

      * Costs for frames and pedestals will be added to the price
      ** shipping costs will be added

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