[artinfo] Introduce #18 Sasha Auerbakh / Ivana Smiljanić @ Schneiderei

Ivana Smiljanic ivana.smiljanic at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 09:25:52 CET 2015

Achtung! Achtung!

Dear friends and colleagues,

If you are in Vienna on Friday, Dec. 18th don't miss the Introduce #18 with
works of Sasha Auerbakh and me at Schneiderei. Let's rock!

Warm greetings,


ivanasmiljanic.com <http://www.ivanasmiljanic.com>
+43 660 83 93 201

*Herzliche Einladung zu / You are cordially invited to*
Introduce #16

Sasha Auerbakh  /  The Formalist / Originals
Ivana Smiljanić   /  From I DANCE DANCE DANCE Series


Freitag 18.12.2015

19.00 Uhr

Mit Introduce #18 setzt die Schneiderei eine Serie fort, die die Einflüsse
auf und Ausgangspunkte für künstlerisches Arbeiten zum Thema hat. Mit den
Präsentationen von Sasha Auerbakh und Ivana Smiljanić möchten wir ein
formales Setting schaffen in dem sich zwei Künstlerinnen, die sich bisher
nicht kannten, obwohl sie in derselben Stadt leben, mit ihren Arbeiten
gegenseitig vorstellen.

With Introduce #18 the Schneiderei continues the series of events that are
dealing with influences and starting points of artistic production. The
presentations of Sasha Auerbakh and Ivana Smiljanić take place within a
formal setting that introduces two artists presenting their works to each
other. Both are living in the same city not knowing each other or each
other´s work.

*Sasha Auerbakh* was born in 1985. She lives and works in Moscow and
Vienna. Graduated Moscow Rodchenko Art School of Photography and
Multimedia, currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in Heimo
Zobernig´s class. Her works are in the collections of Moscow Museum of
Modern Art and Moscow House of Photography. Sasha is represented by :BARIL
gallery, Romania.

*Ivana Smiljanić* is a visual artist, performer and dancer born in
Belgrade, Serbia in 1980. She graduated in 2005 at the Faculty of Fine Arts
in Belgrade, where she received her Magister degree in 2009. She completed
Women’s Studies at the Belgrade Women’s Studies Center in 2013 and attended
the Queer Studies course at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory
in Belgrade in 2014. She was awarded the Henkel Art Award for Serbia in
2011 and the artist residency in ISCP, New York as the winner of “Dimitrije
Bašičević Mangelos” Award (Young Visual Artist Awards network) in 2009. Her
works are part of the Telenor Collection. She moved to Vienna earlier this

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