Reel It In, Rule It Out (2021). Exhibition view. Image courtesy the artists.
Reel It In, Rule It Out, a group exhibition at Untere Augartenstraße 26, Vienna, runs November 14 to December 17.
Irina Lotarevich, Dan Vogt among others, the show’s sculptures and paintings create a playful intervention to the space’s architecture and form. From the alien forms of Yein Lee, to the odd geometries and humour of Rebecca Rothenborg, the exhibition’s works appear interwoven in the parquetry floors and decorative panels of the gallery.
The Reel It In, Rule It Out group exhibition is on at Untere Augartenstraße 26, Vienna, running November 14 to December 17, 2021.
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