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Andreas Roseneder  Tyre Wire Biker  oil on canvas  220 x 120 cm 2011

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Andreas Roseneder  Tridays Tyre Wire I  oil prints & strokes on paper 2011

Andreas Roseneder Tridays Tyre Wire II  oil prints & strokes on paper 2011

Andreas Roseneder Tridays Tyre Wire III  oil prints & strokes on paper 2011

this guy here seems to leap with his bike through his own stunt tyre traces breaking up the stripes of good old  Union Jack, right towards Newchurch in Salzburg, good old Austria, where the scene of the ambitious motorbike meet TRIUMPH TRIDAYS next week goes on stage – & me myself will take part with my imaginary art bike – wheel & brush on canvas & paper.

Andreas Roseneder  The Triumph Tridays´ 2011 Undercover Wheely  oil on canvas

220 x 120 cm  201 (click to enlarge)

here some work in progress photos in my atelier about the recent art work for The Triumph Tridays 2011; always in my mind: a planned paint-stunt-performance with the Scot stuntman Kevin Carmichael in Neukirchen/Newchurch, Salzburg, Austria (the painted, printed & drawn works  will be shown at the Hoferhaus there) – I have to add: I´m no biker, just ride the rims with Bridgestone´s rubber tyre coloured with Daler Rowney Georgian oil colours under my ass…

my wheel riding trousers

oh god, that´s not water – it´s terpentine!

you may imagine the smell?

after the ride: even my skin is tattooed by parts of the Jack

Andreas Roseneder   George meets Gilbert   oil on canvas, 220 x 120 cm, 2011

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Andreas Roseneder   Gilbert meets George   oil on canvas, 220 x 120 cm, 2011

the cover-biker of The Triumph Tridays 2011  has found two new companions on tour!

Andreas Roseneder  The Triumph Tridays 2011 UnderCover Cover  oil on canvas, 220 x 210 cm, 2011

“By the King: Whereas, some differences hath arisen between Our subjects of South and North Britaine travelling by Seas, about the bearing of their Flagges: For the avoiding of all contentions hereafter. We have, with the advice of our Council, ordered: That from henceforth all our Subjects of this Isle and Kingdome of Great Britaine, and all our members thereof, shall beare in their main-toppe the Red Crosse commonly called St George´s Crosse and the White Crosse, commonly called St. Andrew’s Crosse, joyned together according to the forme made by our heralods and sent by Us to our Admerall to be published to our Subjects: and in their fore-toppe our Subjects of South Britaine shall weare the Red Crosse onely as they were wont, and our Subjects of North Britaine in their fore-toppe the White Crosse onely as they were accustomed.”

King James I, 1603

cit.: Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (1904 [1986]). The Art of Heraldry: An Encyclopaedia of Armory. London: Bloomsbury Books. p. 39

Like other countries with St George as a patron, the English frequently used St George’s cross as their flag.

During the first Crusade, the Pope decided that knights of different nationalities should be distinguished by different colours of cross. French knights were allocated the red cross on white. English knights complained about this, since they considered this to be “their” St George’s cross

Andrew´s profiled trousers´ back after cross-riding the bridgestone battlax bike tires for George

The countdown is on…


19.-26.06.2011 & 23.-26.06.2011

 Undercover XXL

Andreas Roseneder   George meets Gilbert  oil on canvas 220 x 120 cm 2011

Andreas Roseneder Gilbert meets George oil on canvas 220 x 120 cm 2011

… real traffic topin´ art …

… or does not?: one of Gilbert & George´s “Jack Freak Pictures” exhibited at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg this spring …

… somebody out of the Halle shouts by graffiti: “better than J. Meese” …

Jonathan Meese: “Die Raketenabschussbasis der Kunst, rattenscharf klargemacht, ist ein Plateau der Neutralität, dort dürfen alle und alles spielen.”

one of the best arguments  to change abstract work in painting  to a so-called “realistic” way ever announced by a professional painter I found in the catalogue of the exhibition Lebendversuch / Experimentation in Vivo by artist Jonas Burgert from Berlin at the Kunsthalle Krems, Austria: “ninety percent of the work consists in avoiding painting figuratively. but I want to use ninety percent of the work offensively, not defensively. and so I said to myself: content has to return. but the quality of abstract painting, the timeless validity, has to be maintained.”

ჯონას ბურგერტ  –  detail of:

Jonas Burgert  Affenfalle / Monkey Trap oil on canvas 2010, 180 x 600 cm

details of:

Jonas Burgert  Suchtpuls / craving pulse oil on canvas, 2011 especially created for the Kunsthalle Krems

“I want to depict this naïve hope human beings have. how we are constantly on a quest for something, for a well, & ultimately poison ourselves.”

Jonas Burgert

detail of:

Jonas Burgert  Schergen / Henchmen oil on canvas 2007

Jonas Burgert  Streiter / Fighter  individually painted bronze 2009

“Everything´s cool, everything´s easygoing, but no one has to reveal anything. no one has to be honest.” (more: Jonas Burgert)

Jonas Burgert  Scheuche / Scarecrow oil on canvas 2010, 220 x 200 cm

Jonas Burgert  Nachttrick  / Night Trick oil on canvas 2010, 120 x 100 cm




Franz-Zeller Platz 3
3500 Krems

täglich / open daily  10.00 bis / to  18.00 h

artist Elke Mischling with her favorit

Elke Mischling  Isa & Etelka  acrylic on canvas 2011, especially painted for a reading by Magda Szabó at the Literaturhaus Mattersburg: The Elements (more about in German HERE)

Josef Bramer Es hat mich sehr gefreut / I was very pleased about  oil on canvas

Renée, very pleased to take part

painter Josef Bramer opens his stage for actor Stephan Paryla

 Michael Von Nathusius, “soul of the house”, with guests…

… & curator Gerhard Kisser

Josef Bramer´s Kaspar – detail

Jutta Elsinger with husband & Kaspar

PUSZTA FEUER – Rudi Ruha & Band – the musicians animating Bramer´s canvases around the stage

historical Austrian literary pack

Josef “Joschi” Bramer – portrait of his friend Peter Infeld, watercolours on cardboard, 1982

Josef Bramer  portrait Margarethe Infeld  watercolours on cardboard, 1983

Josef Bramer  Schach dem Koenig / check the king  oil on canvas 1990/93 – detail

present fruit of an attempt to link here Josef Bramer´s website:


Ausstellung Josef Bramer
Der poetische Einzelgänger
16. April bis 13. Juni 2011

Parkstraße 13
7131 Halbturn / Burgenland
Tel + Fax: 02172/20123

Do-So 13.00 bis 18.00 Uhr sowie an Feiertagen, oder nach telefonischer Vereinbarung

Andreas Roseneder  Tridays´undercover cover II oil on canvas, 120 x 240 cm, 2010

April sun awakes the bike drivers – they  gather to test their driving skills next the nearby asphalt serpentine across the Leithagebirge. – & me  – I take out my Bridgestone bike wheels & oil colours & I ask myself about continuity in artwork, about the number “3” in art, about trinity, triptych & the Tridays´project in “Newchurch” Neukirchen/Salzburg, Austria in July this year.

Andreas Roseneder  Tridays´undercover cover I oil on canvas, 120 x 240 cm, 2010

the official poster of the TRIUMPH TRIDAYS 2011

Andreas Roseneder   rimmed flag I oil with brush & tire tread pattern on canvas 2010

Andreas Roseneder   rimmed flag II oil with brush & tire tread pattern on canvas 2010

that´s it!

oil with tire tread pattern on paper

Andreas Roseneder  rimmed seaside oil with brush & tire tread pattern on paper 2010