Desislava Unger

Traumbedeckt, 2020
 

Desislava Unger (born 1980 in Sofia, Bulgaria)

Traumbedeckt, 2020, for the art in print series women I.

Woodcut and linocut in 3 and 4 colours respectively, with collage in 2 colours, printed on Somerset Satin 300 g, printed by the artist

Edition of 33 + 10 AP + 2 EP

Signed, dated and numbered by the artist

50 x 40 cm

Desislava Unger

1980 // born in Sofia (Bulgaria); lives and works in Vienna
1994–1999 // National High School of Fine Arts, Sofia (Bulgaria)
2001–2005 // Degree course at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria (painting), graduation with distinction
2005–2010 // Degree course at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna; Fine Arts & Media Art department (Graphics and Printmaking), graduation with distinction

Numerous prizes and nominations
2019, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012 Nominated for the Strabag Art Award International (Austria)
2018 Women in the Arts Award, International Artist Recognition, Orlando Public Library (USA)
2015, 2013 Nominated for the Walter Koschatzky Art Award, MUMOK, Vienna (Austria)

Recent solo and group exhibitions

2019

Stories between worlds (with Ruth Brauner), kunstraumarcade Mödling (Austria)

Project OUTDOORS (Contemporary Young Bulgarian Artists), Gallery Rakursi, Sofia (Bulgaria)
Zelda, U PARK Gallery, Plovdiv (BG)
Art Symposium “Osterzeichnung”, Traunkirchen, Oö (A)

2018

What left of Arcadia, Künstlerhaus Klagenfurt (A)
International Workshop ERDOSZOLO – Block Art Association, Gallery MMG, Gallery MAMÜ, Budapest (HUN)
Three Artworks in Brackets, Kro Art Contemporary, Vienna (A)
Prof. Andrei Daniel & students, Varna City Art Gallery, Gallery Academy Sofia (BG)

 

“I am a storyteller, seeking to explain the world without expecting definitive answers. My aim is to create a reduced image.

The human is the centrepice, what they have been through, felt, thought. Intertwined with family, society, reality and imagination. Landscapes and interior spaces are just the technical medium used to reveal the presence, absence or trace of the people.

I tell stories that I don’t know.”

Desislava Unger, 2020

 

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