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Vernissage Pia Fries "thousand : one"

Opening in the presence of the artist
15.00 – 17.00

New from December: Pia Fries exhibition

Picture cycle one thousand : one thing

Meeting place for art lovers

Evening with Siggi & Juliana Haider

Accordionist and composer Siggi Haider not only knew Werner Pirchner personally and often performed together with him, he also plays on the accordion that Pirchner, who died in 2001, had specially made for him. Together with daughter Juliana (saxophone and vocals), Siggi Haider interpreted works by Pirchner, such as excerpts from the "Kleine Messe um C", as well as by Bert Breit. The audience was then allowed to choose a work from LaChapelle's Bible cycle, to which father and daughter gave a smart and much applauded improvisation.


Jesuit priest holds introduction

Great interest at the opening of David LaChapelle's exhibition: Jesuit Father Friedhelm Mennekes (second from right) gave exciting insights into the biblical scenes from "Jesus is My Homeboy" from the perspective of the Church. Father Mennekes, who as an art expert advises the Vatican, among others, was enthusiastic about LaChapelle's photographic interpretations, which for him are among the "most grandiose of this genre." Among those who met at the vernissage were (from left): Seefeld's mayor Markus Wackerle, Dr. Melanie Wiener from the Cultural Department of the Province of Tyrol and KiS sponsor Director Horst Mayr from Raiffeisenbank Seefeld.


Sarah Bogner's "Love and Embarrassment"

The pastel-colored horses with their accompanying creatures, made by Sarah Bogner for the Alte Feuerwehrhalle in Seefeld, fascinated the visitors of the vernissage. Despite driving snow, numerous interested people came to take a first look at "Love and Blame" - the title of the exhibition. Thus also KiS association chairwoman Elisabeth Gürtler (right), boss of the Alpine Resort Sacher, did not miss an encounter with Sarah Bogner and her fabulous creatures on canvas. The title of the show is borrowed from a poem by Bogner, who also works as a publisher and musician.  


Bach, Reich, Gordon

The exhibition of Andy Warhol's "Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century" provided a fitting backdrop for a special concert. The young cellist Valerie Fritz (right) played Johann Sebastian Bach, Steve Reich and Michael Gordon, and author Friederike Gösweiner read the poem "Going to Lemberg" by Adam Zagajewski. This Polish poet and essayist, who died in 2021, was a personal friend of Rafael Jablonka, who put together this extraordinary evening of concerts with the support of composer and pianist Thomas Larcher.