As exhibition curator, the KM– director Sandro Droschl will lead visitors through “Ábstract Hungary” by the Hungarian artist Ákos Ezer. On this joint tour, interested visitors will receive first-hand information about the exhibition’s beginnings, the creative process of this talented up-and-coming artist, and the circumstances related to art production in Hungary. Through a look behind the Künstlerhaus scenes, they will also gain worthwhile knowledge about the curatorial practice and self-conception of this art venue.
Sandro Droschl (*1970 Graz, lives in Graz) is the founding director and curator of the newly established venue Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM–). From 2000 to 2003 he worked as curator of Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz, and was its director starting in 2004, while also serving as guest curator at other institutions. He has curated numerous exhibitions of contemporary art, edited over 30 publications, written contributions to art magazines, and also regularly serves on juries. Droschl studied “Körper. Medien. Kunst” with an emphasis on visual arts in the class of Isabelle Graw and in the open class, along with philosophy, journalism, and medicine at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the University of Vienna, and London Guildhall University.