Parallel Vienna 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 44-45Data Drawing 44-45 / pencil, acrylic, lacquer and inkjet on paper / each 43 x 55 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 42-43Data Drawing 42-43 / pencil, acrylic, lacquer and inkjet on paper / each 33,6 x 46 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 40-41Data Drawing 40-41 / pencil, acrylic, lacquer and inkjet on paper / each 33,6 x 46 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 46-47Data Drawing 46-47 / pencil, acrylic, lacquer and inkjet on paper / each 55 x 72,5 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

PARALLEL VIENNA 2015
Alte Post, Dominikanerbastei, 1010 Wien (A)
23.-27.09.2015

 

Process / 06.15

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 27

Data Drawing 27 / pencil, crayon, acrylic and lacquer on paper / 120 x 155 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 39Data Drawing 39 / pencil, crayon, acrylic and lacquer on paper / 60 x 49 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 38Data Drawing 38 / pencil, crayon, acrylic and lacquer on paper / 60 x 49 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Peter Jellitsch - Data Drawing 37Data Drawing 37 / pencil, crayon, acrylic and lacquer on paper / 60 x 49 cm, unique / Peter Jellitsch 2015

Vienna Biennale 2015 – MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art

Peter Jellitsch - Vienna Biennale 2015Exhibition View: Ulrich Nausner, Peter Jellitsch, Harm van den Dorpel

Peter Jellitsch - Vienna Biennale 2015Data Drawings (29-33), 2015 / crayon, lacquer and acrylic on paper / various dimensions / unique pieces / © Peter Jellitsch

Vienna Biennale 2015
24/7: the human condition
11.6.-4.10.2015
curated by Marlies Wirth

Ben Thorp Brown, Verena Dengler, Carola Dertnig, Harm van den Dorpel, Andreas Duscha, Andreas Fogarasi, Franz Graf, Kathi Hofer, Peter Jellitsch, Lazar Lyutakov, Mahony, Christian Mayer, Ulrich Nausner, Danica Phelps, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Valentin Ruhry, Seth Weiner, Anna Witt

Press Release
MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art

Peter Jellitsch - Vienna Biennale 2015Detail View