Peter Hauenschild

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Peter Hauenschild's (b. 1958 in Linz, lives and works in Linz and Vienna) artistic work engages not only with the medium of drawing, but also with art in public space and computer animation. Since 2005, he teaches at Linz Art University's Institute for Media in the Department for Graphic Design and Photography. The artist regularly spends long periods at the foot of the Montagne Sainte-Victoire in Provence, France: a twelve-kilometer long chalk mountain range that also fascinated the French painter Paul Cézanne. The n.b.k. here exclusively offers three framed series that came into being during Hauenschild's stays in Provence. The works show the structure and texture of the mountain in the most varied of lights and from countless points of view – from detailed sections of individual cliff formations, to panoramas of the entire chain of mountains. Together with further drawings, these works were published in an artist's book in 2015, accompanied by texts by Christian Dumon, Alexandra Pitz, Stella Rollig and Gerhard Willert. Peter Hauenschild's works have been recently shown at, among others: Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz (2017; 2009; 2007); Künstlervereinigung MAERZ, Linz (2016); Galerie Schloss Puchheim, Attnang-Puchheim (2016); Landesgalerie Linz am Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum, Linz (2014); Kunsthalle Emden (2010); Salzburger Kunstverein (2009).



Montagne Sainte-Victoire
2018, charcoal on paper, series of 5, each 29 x 21 cm, single edition, signed, dated and numbered

2.200 euro member, 2.500 euro non-member


Montagne Sainte-Victoire
2017, watercolor on paper, series of 5, each 29 x 21 cm, single edition, signed, dated and numbered

2.200 euro member, 2.500 euro non-member


Montagne Sainte-Victoire
2018, watercolor on paper, series of 5, each 29 x 21 cm, single edition, signed, dated and numbered

2.200 euro member, 2.500 euro non-member