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Galerie Ernst Hilger

Galerie Ernst Hilger

Galerie Ernst Hilger

Galerie Ernst Hilger GmbH
A-1010 Wien, Dorotheergasse 5
T +43 - 1-512 53 15
F +43 - 1-513 91 26
michael.kaufmann@hilger.at
www.hilger.at

Instagram: @galeriehilger
Facebook: @GalerieErnstHilger

About AC Contemporary

Galerie Ernst Hilger at Dorotheergasse 5 (first floor) in Vienna’s 1st district represents the works of artists such as Erró and Mel Ramos, along with exponents of Austrian modernism from the 1960s onward and the main exponents of the most important international art movements of the 20th century – from Pablo Picasso and Jean Dubuffet to Pop Art artists like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring through to Narrative Figuration (Jacques Monory). Ernst Hilger was the head of the FEAGA for several years and member of numerous art fair committees including Art Basel; he acted as the longest-serving president of the Austrian Gallery Association and was instrumental in establishing the present conception of the role of galleries as partners of museums, collectors and representatives of the state. The roster of represented artists reflects the long history of the gallery.

Hilger NEXT assembles those positions and provides artists from cutting-edge countries with a platform. The gallery’s labor has been rewarded through the participation of its artists in important international exhibitions and biennales over the past years: Anastasia KHOROSHILVA in a group show at Palais de Tokyo (F) and her Collateral Event at the Venice Biennale 2011 (I), Cameron PLATTER in an exhibition on South Africa at the MOMA (USA), ASGAR/GABRIEL solo show in the Mannheimer Kunstverein (D) and the Kunsthalle Brandts (DK), or Sarah RAHBAR, an Iranian-born artist living in New York whose work was part of elles@pompidou, Erik BINDER at the Biennale di Venezia 2001, Ivana FRANKE at the Biennale di Venezia 2007, Ivan MOUDOV at the Biennale di Venezia, Miha STRUKELJI at the Biennale di Venezia 2009, Anastasia KHOROSHILOVA at the Biennale Venice 2011, Ángel MARCOS, Simon VEGA, and Cameron PLATTER at the Biennale di Venezia 2013.

HILGER NEXT enjoys the discovery and growth of the represented artists.
In order to extend and strengthen the cooperation with international exhibition venues and museums the HilgerBROTKunsthalle was inaugurated in 2009. This space with its 800m² represents the gallery's laboratory for curatorial projects and influences and supports all involved partners. Three guest apartments for visiting and working artists and curators have been instrumental in bringing our exhibition projects to other institutional locations, while also attracting international collectors who have visited and acquired works – among others Harald FALCKENBERG, Jorge PEREZ, the Photography Collection of the Qatar Museum Authority, Darga JAIS (Bali), Sutomo SUPRAJITO (Indonesia), the Collection NADOUR www.brotkunsthalle.com. Cooperations have included the Museum of Modern Art El Salvador, the Margulies Collection, the Mestna Galleria Ljubjana, the Museum of Modern Art Bukarest (Lara BOUBNOVA), the City Gallery Sofia, the MMoMA Moscow. All these institutions have shown exhibitions created with and presented at HilgerBROTKunsthalle.

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Upcoming Exhibitions & Fairs

Art Miami 2017, Booth A311


Artists Represented

Arman (1928-2005)
Miha Štrukelj
Assunta  A.A.M.
Christian Ludwig Attersee
Daniele Buetti
Ian Burns
Maria Bussmann
Gunter Damisch (1958-2016)
Berenice Darrer
Oliver Dorfer
Erró
Shepard Fairey
Vasilena Gankovska
Franz Grabmayr (1927-2015)
Alfred Hrdlicka (1928-2009)
Allen Jones
Peterson Kamwathi
Anton  Kannemeyer

Anastasia Khoroshilova
Ai Kijima
Jakob Kirchmayr
Karl Korab
Peter Krawagna
Andreas Leikauf
Ángel Marcos
Brian McKee
Julie Monaco
Jacques Monory
Oswald Oberhuber
Yigal Ozeri
Cameron Platter
Mel Ramos
Deborah Sengl
Hans Staudacher
Simón Vega
Massimo Vitali


Artworks