The Austrian Cultural Forum Presents different dimensions – one artlove Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on January 11, 2017

Tue, 17 January 2017 - Fri, 17 February 2017

Photo courtesy of the Austrian Cultural Forum.
Photo courtesy of the  artist.


Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 17 from 7:30pm to 9pm


RSVP to attend the reception here.

There is no unifying theory of painting. Manifestoes, if they still exist, are not what they used to be. Nor are assemblies or encounters with strangers. Surveys of “capital p” PAINTING suggest that color is important nowadays. Tropics are topical. Monochromes are not monolithic end-alls. A rainbow of monochromes is on the receding née approaching horizon. Domestic themes are in but domesticity, per se, is out. Is it nostalgia? Is it about travel? What do signs say and how are they colored? What do colors say – how do they signify? And what about books?

No matter. 2017. Here we are: two Americans and two Austrians; all of us who make paintings; all of us who use color; brought together by one of us who makes books.

Exhibition will feature recent work by Austrians Daniel Domig and Markus Kircher and Americans Suzy Kopf, and Champneys Taylor.

The Austrian Cultural Forum Washington is located at 3524 International Ct NW. For more information, visit