ORTART 202124.09.2021 - 08.10.2021Stieglerhaus, St. Stefan ob StainzStefan Glettler, SizeTwo, Daniel Hafner, Stefanie Holler, Luise Kloos, Renate Krammer, Andrea Sadjak, Christian Strassegger, an.thon, Rebecca Unz
Works of art that are completely tailored to St. Stefan ob Stainz are the focus of the ORTART project, which the artist group CehErhart - Veronika Erhart and Wolfgang Ceh - developed for the Stieglerhaus program 2021. The Stieglerhaus itself as well as the squares and landscapes in and around St. Stefan ob Stainz provide impulses for the work of ten invited visual artists from Styria. These approach the local conditions with their own artistic approaches and deal individually with the site-specific peculiarities.
summer exhibition 202117.07.2021 - 04.09.2021Veronika Hauer, Alfredo Barsuglia, Stefan Glettler, Hermann Nitsch, Wendelin Pressl, Arnulf Rainer, Petra Schweifer, Hans Staudacher
exhibited19.09.2020 - 17.10.2020
International Drawing Biennale 202026.06.2020 - 11.07.2020National Gallery of Kosovo, Pristina, Kosovo
INSIDE OUT18.06.2019 - 27.07.2019ZWEINTOPF, Alfredo Barsuglia, Christian Bazant-Hegemark, Stefan Glettler, Clemens Hollerer, Marianne Lang, Constantin Luser, Melitta Moschik, Tim Plamper, RESANITA, Klaus Wanker, Klaus Dieter Zimmer
Presentation of the 4th issue AVE Magazine15.03.2019 - 15.03.2019Kunstraum Super, ViennaAlexandra Baumgartner, Marion Bösen, Stefan Glettler, Gary Goldstein, Enne Haehnle, Marlene Hausegger, Luisa Kasalicky, Emanuel Mathias, Manfred Peckl, Linus Riepler
The fourth issue of AVE with original linocuts.
The AVE is a publication of the artists Anja Triestram and Kirsten Borchert.
PARALLEL Vienna25.09.2018 - 30.09.2018Lassallestrasse 1, Vienna
On the 25th of September 2018 PARALLEL VIENNA, a hybrid between young art fair, exhibition platform and artist studio, will open its doors for its 6th edition. As every year the fair sticks to its concept of using temporarily vacant buildings to present a curated overview of the Austrian and international art scene.
Stefan Glettler is represented by Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill.
Installation: wings; series of 18 works; about 80 x 15 x 40cm; wood, tar; 2018
Photo: Thomas Ries
Non Government Art09.11.2017 - 20.01.2018Knoll Gallery, ViennaJohn Barker, Alexander Brener, Günter Brus, Daniel Chluba, Ines Doujak, Gerhard Frommel, Stefan Glettler, Karl Iro Goldblat, Maasai Mbili, Rebecca Morgan, Blue Noses, Thomas Palme, Chloe Piene, Rudolf Polanszky, Lukas Pusch, Walter Schmögner, Barbara Schurz, Konstantin Skotnikov, Bengt Stiller, Sophia Süßmilch, TOMAK, Klaus Theuerkauf, Ursula Vischer, Filius de Lacroix
The first annual show of the Viennese Antisten
curated by: Lukas Pusch
where are we going?02.03.2017 - 25.03.2017Poklong Anading, Alfredo Barsuglia, Stefan Glettler, Martin Krenn, Peter Moosgard, Yoshinori Niwa, RESANITA, Jeanne Silverthrone, Sarah Sternat, Klaus Wanker, zweieintopf
The World Rearranges Itself Around You21.10.2016 - 26.11.2016Yael Burstein, Stefan Glettler, Hazem Harb, Marlene Hausegger, Sejla Kameric, Marianne Lang, Peter Moosgaard, Marusa Sagadin, Roswitha Weingrill
Don't Panic It's Organic27.02.2016 - 04.04.2016Lizza May David, Stefan Glettler, Marianne Lang, Yuko Mohri, Marie Neugebauer, Bettina Paschke, Karin Pliem, RESANITA, Frenzi Rigling, Andrea Schlemmer, Jeanne Silverthorne, Lois Weinberger
not for sale17.11.2015 - 22.11.2015mo.ë, ViennaMaria Anwander, Atzgerei Mirko Bandini, Sonja Bendel, Matthias Buch, Mikhael A Crest, Sophie Dvôrák, Alexander Felch, Udo Fon, Peter Fritzenwallner, Stefan Glettler, Christoph Höschele, Earl Jesse, Katharina Karner, Stefan Kreuzer, Abbé Libansky, Anna Mitterer, Jaysha Obispo, Maria Pavlova, Carlos Perez, Kevin A. Rausch, Christoph Schwarz, Lena Wicke-Aengenheyster, Nives Widauer, Barbara Zeidler
curated by: Alexander Felch, Maria Pavlova
a likeness has blisters, it has that and teeth03.03.2015 - 04.03.2015Semper Depot, WienFranz Amann, Minda Andrén, Anna Attar, Erwin Bohatsch, Wolfgang Breuer, Roy F. Culbertson III, Svenja Deininger, Heinrich Dunst, Jens Fröberg, Bildstein | Glatz, Stefan Glettler, Elisabeth Greinecker, David Gruber, Eiko Gröschl, Julian Göthe, Priscilla Hasenböhler, Gerhard Himmer, Herbert Hinteregger, Lukas Hochrieder, Anna Holtz, Kristian Jørgensen, Wiebke Kapitzky, Luisa Kasalicky, Charlotte Klobassa, Max Kolten, Nikolaus Lapuch, Claudia C. Linder, Lone Haugaard Madsen, Julia Maurer, Fernando Mesquita, Ute Müller, Saskia Te Nicklin, Cecilie Nørgaard, Michael Part, Jörg Reissner, Stefan Reiterer, Susanne Richter, David Roth, Patrick Schmierer, Anneliese Schrenk, Anna Schwarz, Constanze Schweiger, Misha Stroj, Tin Trohar, Simon Villadsen, Maja Vukoje, Astrid Wagner, Andreas Werner, Catharina Wronn, Edin Zenun
my herd09.10.2014 - 31.10.2014Loft8, Vienna
There is no rigid law, no regular course, how and where something comes from, almost everything is possible. I try to familiarize myself with habits. The self-identification of each individual by objects of all kinds, the behavior and patterns represent for me an almost infinite apparatus. Why is toilet paper covered with crocheted pink lace? The intimacy, and above all, the haptic quality, which is often also the beginning of the abyss, and often leads to areas of fetishism, is a starting point. With a certain playfulness and humor, but also aggression, I try to work out my world.
fluxus26.09.2014 - 27.09.2014Vienna Contemporary, ViennaPia Arnström, Anatoliy Babiychuk, Alexandra Baumgartner, Sergey Bespamyatnykh, Max Boehme, Kirsten Borchert, Norbert Brunner, Günter Brus, Anna Ceeh, Cut and Scrape, Ramesch Daha, Ivan Dirkin, Ines Doujak, Thomas Draschan, Christian Eisenberger, Eva Engelbert, Konstantin Eremenko, Sissi Farassat, Georg Frauenschuh, Gelitin, Stefan Glettler, Harald Grünauer, Hanakam & Schuller, Marlene Hausegger, Anton Herzl, Stu MeadGesche Heumann, Christoph Holzeis, Yevgeniy Ivanov, Anna Jermolaewa, Ronald Kodritsch, Angelika Kreilinger, Martin Krenn, Larissa Leverenz, Marko Lulic, Franziska Maderthaner, Michail Michailov, Damir Muratov, Eric Neunteufel, Hermann Nitsch, Blue Noses, Daniel Nuderscher, Wolfgang Obermair, Mari Otberg, Thomas Palme, Manfred Peckl, Raimund Pleschberger, Markus Proschek, Lukas Pusch, Oliver Ressler, Stylianos Schicho, Deborah Sengl, Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair, Konstantin Skotnikov, Vasiliy Slonov, Hans Staudacher, Rene Stessl, Christian Stock, Robert Svoboda, TOMAK, Liu Tao, Olga Teer, Leonid Tishkov, Iv Toshain, Helmut Vischer, Salvatore Viviano, Marianne Vlaschits, Michael Wegerer, Nives Widauer, Clemens Wolf, Gerlind Zeilner
an exhibition as a performance. curated by: Lukas Pusch
On painting_six: and now dance13.03.2014 - 23.03.2014pinacoteca, ViennaStefan Glettler, Petra Schweifer
Painting. It accumulates itself. Everything is accumulated, decomposed and consumed for painting. Consumption is important. Consumption of material and thoughts. Whether evil, whether beautiful, whether cruel, whether tender.
content art10.10.2013 - 13.10.2013Karlsplatz, ViennaOlaf Osten, Irene Andessner, Friedrich Biedermann, Pirmin Blum, Annablume, Amina Broggi, Nin Brudermann, Anita Brunnauer, Norbert Brunner, Alan Cicmak, Götz Diergarten, Thomas Draschan, VALIE EXPORT, Sylvia Eckermann, Benjamin Eichhorn, Stefan Glettler, Christina Goestl, Martin Grandits, Thomas Gänszler, Markus Hofer, Mei-Fang Hsieh, Heiri Häfliger, Uwe Jäntsch, Stefan Kainbacher, Alex Kiessling, Peter Kogler, Martin Kusch, Paul Landerl, Marianne Lang, Jan Lauth, Matthias Lautner, Sissa Micheli, Gerald Moser, Tina Muliar, Peter Nachtigall, Mario Neugebauer, Rita Nowak, Julian Palacz, Daniela Papadia, Roman Pfeffer, Klaus Pobitzer, Nick Clemens Prokop, Kevin A. Rausch, Thomas Riess, Judith Rohrmoser, Judith Saupper, Johann Schmied, Angelique Spanoudis, Robert Staudinger, Markus Taxacher, Benjamin Tomasi, Borjana Ventzislavova, Marianne Vlaschits, Irene Wölfl
in collaboration with ViertlNeun
along the street19.10.2012 - 25.10.2012atelier35, Bukarest, RomaniaStefan Glettler, Petra Schweifer
Initiated by Alice Gancevici
Along the Street sums up observations gathered by Stefan Glettler and Petra Schweifer during their two month residency in the Bucharest Artists in Residence programme. Their work is based on separate methods and yields separate results, as they develop reactions towards a shared pilgrimage across Romania, as well as to the surroundings of their residence here in Bucharest.
reality and abstraction 202.05.2012 - 30.09.2012Museum Liaunig, NeuhausMarc Adrian, Bernard Aubertin, Thom Barth, Alighiero e Boetti, Hellmut Bruch, Tony Cragg, Behrooz Daresh, Heinrich Dunst, Engelbert Erben, Wolfgang Ernst, Tone Fink, Heinz Gappmayr, Jakob Gasteiger, Stefan Glettler, Roland Goeschl, Franz Graf, Hans Grosch, Julie Hayward, Karl Kikade, HH Joos, Martin Kaar, Michael Kienzer, Imi Knoebel, Peter Kogler, Brigitte Kowanz, Suse Krawagna, Eric Kressnig, Richard Kriesche, Hans Kupelwieser, Heinz Mack, Helmut Mark, Melitta Moschik, Osamu Nakajima, Ingo Nussbaumer, Hermann J. Painitz, Fritz Panzer, Ferdinand Penker, Helga Philipp, Klaus Pinter, Karl Prantl, Norbert Pümpel, Werner Reiterer, Georg Salner, Robert Schaberl, Hans Schabus, Eva Schlegel, Pierre Soulages, Rudi Stanzel, Klaus Staudt, Manfred Wakolbinger, Paul Wallach, Franz Erhard Walther, Markus Wilfling, Heimo Zobernig, Leo Zogmayer, Franz X. Ölzant
5th biennial of drawing08.06.2012 - 21.07.2012Kunstverein Eislingen, Eislingen, GermanyChristiane Schlosser, Daniel Ben Hur, Georg Bernhard, Laura Bruce, Pip Culbert, Tilmann Damrau, Christelle France, Stefan Glettler, Rüdiger Hans, Tim Hendel, Isabell Kamp, Maria Lassnig, Pia Linz, Jörg Mandernach, Christian Pilz, Tim Plamper, Constanze Rilke, Norbert Schwontkowski, Benjamin Thaler, Richard Vogl
Drawing without borders
Curated by Paul Kottmann
on-line - interfaces of Austrian drawing13.01.2011 - 31.03.2011Galerie artepari, GrazJack Bauer, Günter Brus, Veronika Dirnhofer, Christian Eisenberger, Stefan Glettler, Andreas Heller, Ronald Kodritsch, Constantin Luser, Fritz Panzer, Mathias Pöschl, Susanne Sehn-Baumhakel, Michaela Söll, Herwig Tollschein, Bruno Wildbach, Markus Wilfling
Innenansichten 0705.03.2010 - 31.05.2010Graz Museum, Graz
A cooperation between Akademie Graz and Grazmuseum, Director: Otto Hochreiter
Curated by Astrid Kury and Margareth Otti
How do things come to life? Stefan Glettler's objects do not raise this question in the realms of Frankensteins, Golems or Cyborgs. Instead, it is man's inclination to animate and to humanize everything that interests Stefan Glettler. Vivification is a deeply anchored strategy of assimilation, which we cannot escape. The familiar, strange and attractive is present as an irritatant in the various works of Stefan Glettler.
MUSA Stefan Glettler22.01.2010 - 25.02.2010MUSA Museum Start Gallery, Vienna
How does a work of art have to look and what differentiates it from the daily potpourri of different origins (furniture, carpets, curtains, wallpapers, sex toys etc.)? Stefan Glettler's paintings and objects seem to ask this question. Their mostly decorative haptic surface conveys familiarity and intimacy, which in detail often leads to remote areas of the sexual or fetishism - art as an enigmatic fetish, founded not only in the economic but also in desire. This is also noticeable in Glettler’s monochrome-gestural paintings. It is a variation of painting on painting. Materiality and processuality are deliberately taken into consideration and not understood as an expressive unloading of emotions. Ultimately, the sensuality of the application of color is part of the presence of these paintings that confront the public with questions. Intimacy, which is often the beginning of the abyss, and also manifests itself in the objects, continues in Stefan Glettler's painting. In either , this intimacy is also part of the attempt to explore the formal possibilities.
Förderpreis bild. Kunst 200813.12.2008 - 08.02.2009Neue Galerie, GrazEva Beierheimer, Stefan Glettler, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Michael Hieslmair, Franz Kapfer, Karl Karner, Michael Kienzer, Miriam Laussegger, Flora Neuwirth, Josef Schützenhöfer, Petra Sterry, Roswitha Weingrill, Anita Witek, Michael Zinganel
Curated by Jirí Ševcik, Prague
alice18.01.2008 - 15.02.2008
Stefan Glettler, who studied with Walter Obholzer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna (Diploma 2005), takes us to the wonderland of a magically animated world. As the Berlin cultural scientist Hartmut Böhme recently noted, everything is fetish. From celebrity worship to the pleasure economy of consumption, everywhere we are unmasked as practicing fetishists. In Glettler 's artistic reflections, however, it is not just about the fetish art as a commodity in the booming art market, or the sensuous stimuli of color, texture and surface, but also the individual "taking in" of people in their immediate surroundings, of clothing and furnishing, up to the design of a city. To provide things with patterns is an attempt at taming and dominating the world of things. These facets of the decorative are the starting point of his artistic analyzes, in objects, installations and in abstract painting.
curated by Astrid Kury
radical decoration28.06.2006 - 02.07.2006coke blogger apartment, Berlin, GermanyGeorg Frauenschuh, Stefan Glettler, Lukas Pusch, Bernhard Rappold, Carlos Vasconcelos
Art at the Blog Headquarter Berlin. The new salon of modernity. A Painting above the couch and in the bedroom. Art as a pure act of decoration. FIFA World Cup - Blogoshere - Artshere. L art pour l art pour. Art that does not want to change the world. Art that wants to have fun. Fun as an aesthetic factor.
The search for new shapes and colors. Photography and abstract painting. Context art today. Fun and a good mood. Get real. Get art. The ease of being. German Conversation. Art gives you a kick.
Rok Rew18.11.2005 - 25.11.2005Off Space Rathausstrasse, ViennaStefan Glettler, Christoph Holzeis, Luisa Kasalicky, Bernhard Rappold, Carlos Vasconcelos
S/W21.05.2005 - 19.06.2005Forum Stadtpark, GrazAnesa Alicehajic, Eva Beierheimer, Thomas Ehgartner, Stefan Glettler, Judith Gruber, Michael Gumhold, Katrin Guttenberger, Daniel Hafner, Andreas Heller, Franz Kapfer, Heidrun Kocher-Kocher, Angela Loske, Robert Muntean, Vivian Simbürger, Christian Zach
curated by: Eva Beierheimer, Judith Gruber