An exchange program with the International Ceramics Symposium Gmunden provides the Traunsee city with an exhibition of art objects that were created at the International Ceramics Symposium IKSIT 2020 under the title: AUTHENTIC PAST -LIVING IDENTITY in Innsbruck.
After the exhibition in the Folk Art Museum in Innsbruck, the works are now on display in the Kammerhof Museum Gmunden.
These objects are based on traditions and lore that are passed on authentically and not just as tourist shells, nor just market-oriented.
Participants IKSIT 2020:
Gergö Bankuti / Hungary, Gelmi Annamaria / Italy, Roce Boris / Croatia; Seebacher Hannes / Germany and Austria, Elisabeth Ehart-Davies, Elisabeth Melkonyan, Gabriela Nepo-Stieldorf / all 3 from Austria
Virtually presented: Lorna Murphy / Ireland, Dijana Trtanj / Croatia, Mladen Ivancic / Croatia
In addition, there are works from the Gmunden Symposium: Franz Josef Altenburg, Beate Gatschelhofer, Helene Kortner, Rebecca Maeder, Johannes Nagel, Anne Tryn and Thomas Weber.
One can look forward to very lively and original reflections.
Opening day: Thursday, 8. 10., 14 – 16.30
The COVID-19 regulations do not allow an opening in the usual sense. At 14, 15 and 16 o’clock guided tours with participating artists will be offered, in which a maximum of 10 persons may participate.
We are looking forward to your visit
On behalf of the association IKSIT Gabriela Nepo-Stieldorf