Stylianos Schicho

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Schicho, Stylianos
Born1977
NationalityAustria
EducationUniversity of Applied Arts, Vienna
Known forpainting

Stylianos Schicho (born 1977 in Vienna) is an Austrian painter.

Life[edit]

Schicho studied between 1998 and 2005 under Wolfgang Herzig at the University for Applied Arts.

Harwig Knack, curator of the Kunsthalle Krems, wrote about his paintings:

Perception, surveillance, observation and observation of oneself plays a key role in the work of Stylianos Schicho. He is concerned with exploring "observation and surveillance spaces", especially those created by cameras. The graduate of the University of Applied Arts uses the classical perspective of the surveillance camera as a stylistic device in his monumental paintings. He poses the question as to the relationship between observer and observed. He also throws a critical glance at the discussion in the wake of 9/11, which has increasingly become the focus of public attention. [1]

Exhibitions[edit]

2009[edit]

  • For Security Reasons, Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam/NL [2]
  • Pilotenküche ganz und gar, Leipzig/Baumwollspinnerei, Group Exhibition
  • Flavors of Austria TAF the Art Foundation, Athens/GR, Group Exhibition

2008[edit]

  • Galerie Feichtner, Wien, "All you can eat",[3] Solo Exhibition
  • Pilotenküche, Leipzig/Baumwollspinnerei, Group Exhibition

2007[edit]

  • Galerie Feichtner, Wien, "Latest Works", Group Exhibition
  • Museum Moderner Kunst, Wien, Stiftung Ludwig, Walter Koschatzky Kunstpreis 2007 - Ausstellung der nominierten Werke
  • Galerie Frey, Wien, "RED", Group Exhibition [4]

2006[edit]

  • Kunsthalle Krems, "REAL", Group Exhibition
  • Kunsthalle Krems, "Der beobachtete Beobachter", Solo Exhibition[5][6]
  • "Strange Cargo", Museumsquartier Wien, quartier21, Group Exhibition
  • Galerie Lisi Hämmerle, Bregenz, "Christian Eisenberger – Dies ist doch kein Porno", Group Exhibition
  • "Economy Class", Alliance française de Nairobi, Nairobi/Kenya - Österreichische Botschaft, Group Exhibition

2005[edit]

  • Galerie Frey, Wien, "New Perspectives", Group Exhibition

Collections[edit]

  • 2008 Collection of the city Vienna, Musa, Vienna/AT
  • 2007 Collection Leopold Museum, Vienna/AT
  • 2005 Art Collection, University of Applied Arts, Vienna/AT
  • 2001 Ternitz Art Collection /AT

Awards[edit]

  • 2009 Grand Prix of the 1st Danube Biennale, Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava
  • 2007 Artprize of Pöchlarn/AT [7]
  • 2007 Walter Koschatzky Artprice [8]
  • 2004 Sophie und Emanuel Fohn scholarship
  • 2004 Artprize of Ternitz/AT

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