The Zeichenfabrik Gallery brings the world of art within your reach with a handpicked collection of works by international artists. Our mission: to provide a comprehensive platform for discovering and purchasing contemporary art, showcasing emerging talents and established artists, fostering appreciation for their creative expressions, and enriching the lives of art lovers and collectors alike.
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Hyun-Seok Cho was born in Busan, South Korea, in 1973. He graduated in Western painting from the renowned Kyungsung University. His artistic practice spans various disciplines, including painting and woodcarving. Currently, the artist lives and works in Paju, South Korea.
"My work is inspired by nature and experienced memories. In my life, people, surroundings, objects and places that have accompanied me through various experiences seem to remain as memories. The theme of my painting is […]
Andre Brik was born in Curitiba, Brazil in 1972. Architect, illustrator, and art director, he also studied typography and graphic design at the School of Visual Arts and at Parsons School of Design in New York.
In his works, you can find some of the 1920’s Plakatstil graphic style and polish posters with their clean lines and flat contrasting background colors, their visual puns and wit, and subtle irony. There is also nonsense, humor, counterculture, dada, surrealism, and punk rock. The […]
Irina Georgieva was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1976. From 1997 to 2000 she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, where she specialised in painting and graphic arts and trained in the master class of M. Prachensky. She then continued her training in the master class of Muntean and Rosenblum from 2000 to 2003. Georgieva lives and works in Vienna, Austria.
Selected exhibitions: Essl Museum Klosterneuburg, Bäckerstrasse 4 Vienna, Sofia City Art Gallery, arteversum Düsseldorf, Gallery Lisa […]
Urban Grünfelder was born in 1967 in Brixen, Italy. From 1989 to 1995 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and concentrated on sculpture and painting. During this time he learned from renowned artists such as Gironcoli, Prachensky and Rainer. In addition, Grünfelder expanded his knowledge and skills in the field of new media at the Institute for New Media under the direction of Prof. Peter Kogler.
Mo Häusler was born in 1967 in St. Pölten, Austria. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts from 1986 to 1990, attending the master class for painting under Prof. Anton Lehmden. In 1990, Häusler embarked on her career as a freelance visual artist and currently resides and works in Vienna, Austria.
Häusler's artistic work focuses on the representation of bodies and their emotions, drawing inspiration from artists like Maria Lassnig and Francis Bacon. She fuses physical experiences with […]
"I am fascinated by artificial intelligence, deep learning, generative systems, and image synthesizers. These are the tools I am now using for creating my art. My role as an artist is to create visual metaphors for what I observe, see, and witness happening around me, to have a deeply rooted connection with the totality of human condition as it plays itself out against the backdrop of contemporary socio-economic structures.
This is what my art is about."
"The primary aspects of my artistry are my deep love for nature and a strong connection to the late Renaissance and Baroque styles of painting. I encounter the subjects of my artwork in my everyday surroundings. The plants that have always intrigued me represent more than just their natural forms — they embody the ebb and flow of time, encompassing both growth and decay."
Born in 1951 in Burgas, Bulgaria, Ivan Iliev studied at the Art Academy in Sofia. Following his graduation, he served […]
"I perceive my work as a 'line'-work: more concerned with textures and atmospheres, than thematics. I use the images/figures as a stage, the line is my protagonist."
Ulisses Lociks, born in Maceió, Brazil, studied Visual Arts at the University of Brasília (UnB), Brazil. After his graduation he spent a few years experimenting with various techniques, such as installation, sculpture and drawing, while maintaining a small production of woodcuts. Since 2013/2014 he dedicates himself […]
Originally from Dallas, Texas and based in London, Katherine Lubar received a Post-Graduate Diploma from The City & Guilds of London Art School. She has exhibited in the UK and the US and her work is in the collection of The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas. She was a finalist for the Evening Standard Contemporary Painting Prize in 2017 and shortlisted for the Wells Art Contemporary in 2018 and 2019. In 2020 she received a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.
Catherine Ludwig, primarily based in Vienna, is a transmedia artist who surpasses conventional boundaries between various media, both in her creative process and in her final works. Following her design studies in Germany, she pursued transmedia art at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. As a recipient of the Kunsthalle Wien prize, her work has been showcased in international exhibitions. Through various artist-in-residence programs, Ludwig continually broadens her artistic […]
»My works are not about the thematisation of reality, but rather about the specific thematisation of interpretation of reality.«
Pawel Mendrek is a visual artist, curator, art director, production designer and film producer based in Vienna. His practice includes mixed media works, storytelling and moving image experiments, set and exhibition design and production of collective projects. Besides he is an Associate Professor, Head of Faculty of Intermedia and Scenography at the Academy of […]
Born in 1996 in Austria, Mischka graduated with distinction from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in 2019 and received the James & Eve Bennett Trust Fund Award. She is a fellow member of the Society of Botanical Artists, UK.
"Artistically I am often drawn to ordinary plants, trying to capture their subtle and sometimes hidden beauty, which is often overlooked in everyday life. For my paintings I am layering lots of thin, transparent watercolor washes with tiny brushes for maximum […]
Andrei Moldovan, a native of Targu Mures, Romania, born in 1989, currently resides in La Ràpita, a quaint town in southern Catalonia. With a diverse background spanning photography, graffiti, illustration, graphic design, and interior design, Andrei's artistic approach is heavily influenced by his cumulative visual, psychological, and philosophical experiences in these fields. His work is infused with passion and emotion, drawing from feelings of both anger and love, as well as myodesopsias, […]
Patrik Werner Muchenberger, born in 1979, graduated from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland and the University of Applied Arts Vienna in Austria. Since 2017 he is an active member of the artist collective Pengpengduo.
His artistic focus is on exploring social, socio-political and cultural issues. Muchenberger transforms his precise observations into large-scale abstract paintings, which are characterized by a special artistic identity.
Jana Schumacher is a german artist, with a focus on abstract drawing and site specific installations, who has exhibited her work internationally.
She communicates central themes such as order and chaos, the influence of change, cause and effect and connections between art and science. Schumacher ultimately believes in the status of abstract drawing as an intuitively readable system, capable of describing existentially important things in our world.
Vinz Schwarzbauer (*1987 in Graz, Austria) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 2014. In 2011/12 he spent a year in Hamburg with the Art School Alliance Scholarship at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg (HFBK). He lives and works as a comic artist and illustrator in Vienna, Austria.
Tibor left Europe in 2008. After living two years in Arab Peninsula his fascination with the Bay Area Figurative Movement led him to California to earn his MFA in Painting. Along with the numerous awards (a winner of Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, Emerging Artist of the Bay Area), his works have been featured by galleries, museums and art fairs such as White Walls (San F, CA), MarinMOCA, fsuMoFA. and Miami SCOPE. His paintings were displayed together with the art of MC Escher, and Keith Haring.
Anne Suttner, * 1971 in Mödling, lives and works in Vienna. Studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, lecturer and curator of exhibitions, member of ArtP and the Fishpool association. National and international exhibitions.
Born in Lucca, Italy, in 1984, Saverio Tonoli studied at the fine art Academy of Brera, Milan and the fine art Academy of Salamanca. He currently works between Berlin, Germany, and Taipei, Taiwan.
Saverio Tonoli’s work comes from the urge to paint as a natural phenomenon, expressing the calligraphy hidden behind things. Painting is a way, through colour and physical performance, to synthesize and visualize matter. He grew up in the photographic darkroom observing the behaviour of light […]
Michael Wegerer works with extended processes of printmaking and installations. In his artistic work, Wegerer concentrates on the investigation of culturally and historically evolved phenomena of perception through images and text, with a focus on the interplay between color and structure in recent years. Wegerer’s keywords are: Transformation and Association. The artist transforms and reshapes, awakens associations with his multifaceted art, activates perceptual processes and thus opens up […]
Natalia Weiss (*1973 in Neunkirchen, Lower Austria) lives and works as a freelance artist in Vienna, Austria. Her artistic practice includes etching, linocut and ink drawings, often supplemented by her own texts or initiated by poetry and collected and stored in artist books. Weiss has participated in numerous exhibitions and her works are held in various collections in Austria and Germany; such as MAK, Austrian National Library, German National Library.
#dblpng, also known as Pengpengduo, was established in 2017 by Swiss artists Patrik Muchenberger and Alex Brotbeck. The duo joined forces after completing their art studies to collaboratively explore painterly and graphic themes in the world of art. Through their large-scale painting interventions, they skillfully and thoughtfully challenge conventional art perspectives with a blend of playfulness and serious critique.
The duo #dblpng seamlessly […]
Born in 1956 in Crevedia, Romania, George Gheorghe studied painting and restoration at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bucharest. He has worked as a graphic artist (National Museum of History, RO) and a restorer (National Art Museum, RO), with a dissertation on the painting techniques of old masters. Gheorghe now resides and creates in Vienna, Austria.
"My work always begins by seeking answers to life's questions. Each painting must tell a symbolic story, transcending associations with […]
Originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Hoa Luo grew up in Europe and now resides in Berlin. Her unique background in physics from Humboldt University of Berlin, philosophy from the University of Vienna, and fine art from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna enables her to blend science and art in her work. Utilizing a variety of mediums, such as writing, painting, and installations, Hoa creates pieces for art institutions, galleries, and public spaces.
Juliana Do (born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) attended a High School of Fine Arts in her hometown. Thereafter she graduated in Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria. Later on, she became a teacher in Fine Arts at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia. She has participated in numerous exhibitions, art fairs, symposiums and has received various prizes. Do’s works are held in museums and private art collections all over the world.
Ptit Marc is a Belgian artist who lives and works in Liège. He embarked on his artistic journey as one of the co-founders of the renowned comic fanzine Mycose, which garnered various awards, including the Grand Prix de la Ville d'Angoulême and the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée Sierre. Seeking to expand his creative scope, Ptit Marc ventured into painting and delved into the realm of free narrative figuration. He has held numerous solo and group exhibitions in Belgium, France, […]