Beschreibung des Verlags
The Austro Sino Arts Program (ASAP) and its sister initiative, The Embassy of the Arts (TEotA) have organised exhibitions, film screenings, public installations, workshops, and publications since 2008. The initial idea formed by a group of artists has grown and transformed in its years of existence. Ground-breaking public interventions spanning from Beijing to Nanjing and large transformations of entire streets can now all be added to the highlights of this cultural undertaking.
This 7th publication, titled, “The Gallop of the Courser” after Lisa Truttman’s video installation, continues our encyclopaedia of foreign arts activities in China with a focus on Austrian artists supported by the Arts and Culture division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria and the arts council of the county of Salzburg.
Featured works by Hannah Breitfuß, Eva Egermann, David Eisl, Katrin Hornek, Leopold Kessler, Albert Mayr, Chiara Minchio, Wolfgang Obermair, Michael Poetschko, Ben Pointeker, Marlies Pöschl, Andrea Salzmann, Sira-Zoé Schmid, Isa Schmidlehner,Daniel Stempfer, Johanna Tinzel & Lisa Truttmann.