Artists

Jacopo Candotti (*1982 Bolzano, lives in Bolzano) studied at the Accademia Brera in Milan with Alberto Garutti. His works have been shown in group exhibitions in Esprit Nouveaux, Bologna (2017), Ferrario Gallery, Milan (I) (2015) and at the Prague Biennale (CZ) (2011). Solo exhibitions in Edicola Radetzky, Milan (I) (2016) and Galleria Arrivada, Chur (CH) (2013).

Hannes Egger (*1981 in Bolzano, lives in Merano) is an artist, curator and editor. He studied philosophy at the University of Vienna (A) and at the University “La Sapienza” in Rome. He develops public programmes for museums and exhibition spaces and has been editor of the cultural magazine “kulturelemente” since 2014. Solo exhibitions in the Museo Centro Arte Contemporanea, Cavalese (I) (2019), Mewo Kunsthalle, Memmingen (D) (2018), Empthy Cube, Lisbon (PT) and Cubo Garutti – MUSEION, Bolzano (I) (2014).

Julia Frank (*1988 in Schlanders, lives in London) studied sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Carrara. In 2012 she was awarded the Prize of the German-Italian Institute. In 2013/15 she completed her Master’s degree at the Royal College of Art in London. Her works have been shown at Mambo, Bologna (I) (2018), Museion, Bozen (I) (2017), Biennale Academiae in Franzensfeste, Bozen (I) (2018), Young Biennale Buenos Aires (2017) (AR), Minshar Gallery, Tel Aviv (Israel) (2017) and Charlton Gallery, London (GB) (2016).

Nicolo Degiorgis (*1985 in Bolzano, lives in The Hague) is an artist and publisher who studied oriental languages at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice and Beijing. He taught artistic photography at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. In 2014 he founded the publishing house Rorhof, which he runs together with his brother Michele. His works have been shown at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin (I), at the Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa in Venice (I), at the Architekturmuseum der Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich (D), and at the 16th Quadriennale in Rome (I).

Simon Perathoner (*1984 in Brixen, lives in Ortisei, Bolzano) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. His works have been shown at the VI Biennale Gherdeina (I) (2018), the Fotogalerie Wien (A) (2017) and Quartair, The Hague (NL) (2014).

Leander Schönweger (*1986 in Meran, lives in Vienna) completed the postgraduate program Hoger Instituut Voor Schone Kunsten – Vlaanderen in Gent after graduating from the University of Applied Arts in Sculpture and Multimedia in Vienna in 2018. In 2017 he took part in the 15th Istanbul Biennale (TR), in 2015 he participated in a residency on Fogo Island (CA). He showed solo exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Wien (2014) and at the Galerie Nathalie Halgand, Vienna (I) (2016).

Maria Walcher (*1984 in Brixen, lives in Innsbruck) studied at the MFA: Public Art and New Artistic Strategies at the Bauhaus University Weimar and at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Her works have been shown at Charlama Depot, Sarajevo (BHI) (2011), Kunstfest Weimar (D) (2014), Quartaire Contemporary Art Initiatives, The Hague (NL) (2014), Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin (D) (2015) and Domplatz Innsbruck (A) (2017).