The City and Me

The exhibition “The City and Me” takes place in the context of the European CreArt project. This exhibition was already shown in Pardubice, Czech Republic, and will move to Genoa, Italy afterwards.

Curator: Lucas Cuturi (Linz / Wien)
Artists: ARAD (Romania): Mihai Sălăjan, Sergiu Sas / AVEIRO (Portugal): Hermano Noronha / GENOA (Italy): Leonard Sherifi, Luca Staccioli / HARGHITA (Rumania): Iochom Zsolt / KAUNAS (Lithuania): Simona Zemaityte / KRISTIANSAND (Norway): Petter Solberg / LECCE (Italy): Rossella Piccinno / LINZ (Austria): Evalie Wagner, Teresa Fellinger, Martin Sturm, Markus Hofer / PARDUBICE (Czech Republic): Jan Zdvořák, Lukáš Hájek, Offcity / VALLADOLID (Spain): Belén Rodríguez, Patricia Sandonis / VILNIUS (Lithuania): Jonas Aničas / ZAGREB (Croatia): Luiza Margan, Maja Rožman

Sites in Linz: Atelierhaus Salzamt, Kunstuniversität, KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich, bb15, memphis

Parallel exhibitions:
Otto Hainzl (Linz) “CORVIALE”, Kunstuniversität
Kurt Lackner (Linz), Julio Falagan (Valladolid/Spain) “PELU_QUERIA”, Frisersalon”, shop-window gallery of the Salzamt

The opening in the Salzamt last Wednesday was a great success. Beside a numerous public, several of the contributing artists were present, as well as the curator of the exhibition Lucas Cuturi, the coordinator of CreArt Juan Gonzalez Posada and the cultural director of the City of Linz Julius Stieber.

More information about the concept and the meaning of this European presentation can be found in our brochure The City and Me – Linz. The open radio station Radio FRO released an article about the event on their Website, and a radio interview with Lucas Cuturi is also available.

Opening at Salzamt


New collaborations between the artists Kurt Lackner (Linz/Austria) and Julio Falagan (Valladolid/Spain) are shown in the “Frisiersalon, the shop-window gallery of Salzamt.

Opening at Kunstuniversität

Opening at memphis

Opening at bb15

Opening at Kunstsammlung

Opening finish

Photos: José Pozo

Exhibition views

Photos: Ulrich Fohler