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Andreas Roseneder  Cliff Diver Into Colour Water Fall  acrylics on canvas 90×60 cm,  2011

Andreas Roseneder  Any (?) Whizzle  watercolours on paper,  Bermuda Islands 1999

ein manko an geeigneter infrastruktur zur allfaelligen kunstaeusserung kann man ja leicht als “poetischen naehrboden” bezeichnen; wie auch von “poetischem akt” sprechen, wenn man als bildender kuenstler in ermangelung eines reelen geeigneten werkraumes zur umsetzung einer aktuellen groessenwahnsinnigen idee in sein so genanntes “buchatelier”, sein ideen- & skizzenbuch, antritt. ja wirklich drin zu leben & arbeiten beginnt. auswege aus einer offenbaren misere stehen in der kunst mannigfaltig offen: dies sollte aber nicht als ausrede fuer jene gelten, die auch heutzutage noch darin das ideal der kuenstlerischen produktion sehen wie: je mehr der kuenstler im reelen leben am boden, desto eher die erwartung himmelsstuermender ideen. – darob ziehe mich jetzt auf die insel meines buchateliers zurueck.

Joop Lieverse

 on my side it momentary seems facing this triptych like crying out the old year & staring into a new odd year

–  & me confrontated by reflectin ´fucked up children´s faces:

in Elke Mischling´s atelier


Elke Mischling  acrylics & ink on canvas, 210 x 130 cm 2011

Andreas Roseneder   Le Cheval Noir Parisien  acrylique sur toile  80 x 120 cm 2011

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WHAT ABOUT A PAINTER´S SELFDONE COPY?  – second time paraphrasing this topic I realized last days a man trying to walk the same slippery way second time above a lake´s icecovered surface enlightened to reach WHAT? – tried to visualize that engagement – with help of light – two opposite coloured suns  & changing shadowing shown in different painting techniques too – at least the walker ingrowing –  ok – I release  &  invite you to prove the attempt with the origin below painted by my hand nearly ten years ago:

Andreas Roseneder  les deux soleils  acrylics on canvas 50 x 70 cm 2011

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Andreas Roseneder   Die Flucht des Asozialen /Flight of the Anti-Social oil on canvas 60×120 cm, 2002

A traditional oil painting I painted  2002 (!) as a paraphrase on Gottfried Kumpf´s  trade-marked eidolon “Der Asoziale / The Anti-Social” –  The artist´s trade-mark sets out his travel,  leaves the scene with a walking-stick,  stepping over the slippery frozen surface of a lake, the burning surroundings of  the lake´s reed-shore enlightened by a blue icy sun.

Last month I  met the artist at Vienna in the course of an interview for the magazine PANNOrama: he has left 3 years ago his old house near the shore of the lake Neusiedl where he lived for more than 40 years  & has found now for him & his eidolon a refuge in Austrian´s capital. – to see my recent post about that story & his real work just scroll down or click:  Der Kumpf   (sorry to say it is in German).


Andreas Roseneder  fluegelspiegel / fallen mirror angel 

iridescent & interference acrylics on canvas & polyethylene 2011

a photo taken in Kematen near Linz

a series of photos taken in St. Michael, Carinthia last weekend – a burning wooden sculpture with full moon above & weird appearance between earth & moon:

un résumé pas écrit – & wenn dann bloss – bezeichnend – bild- & fotonotiz:

more than 150 works representing all creative periods of Belgian painter René Magritte are recently exposed in the Albertina, Vienna. I am definitely no fan of so-called surrealist painting, but this show evoked an hype of realism in my eyes so my artistic view still seems inspired by that genius man…

Joueur Secret, 1927

Les Temps Menaçants (1929)

“c´est un morceau de fromage”

– la revers de la toile d´objét sous globe en verre

L´Eté et L’Avenir des statues, 1937

Les Valeurs personnelles, 1952

ceci est un oeil de Magritte

Saleha Waqar:  “This Is Not an Article About René Magritte”

ceci n´est pas un oeil de Magritte


until 26. Februar 2012


Albertinaplatz 1
1010 Vienna


Vive la  L’influence des tableaux de Magritte sur la publicité en 35 exemples

Andreas Roseneder  WaveFace / portrait Elisabeth Jandrinitsch – Roseneder 

acrylics on canvas 2011

Andreas Roseneder  Quickie Rosa Wolke 7 / Pink Cloud

acrylics, interference & iridescent acrylics on canvas & polyethylene, 2011

photolink: P J Harvey Sheela Na Gig