Galerie Martin Janda

Galerie Martin Janda originated in 1992 as an alternative exhibition space founded by Martin Janda. Over time, its activities expanded to encompass a full-fledged gallery, and in October 1999, it relocated to its current location in Eschenbachgasse 11, situated in the heart of Vienna. The gallery's strategic position near the Wiener Secession, Academy of Fine Arts, Kunsthistorisches Museum, and Museumsquartier, as well as its proximity to four other renowned galleries, has contributed to the formation of a vibrant center for contemporary art and discourse.

At Galerie Martin Janda, the program is rooted in international contemporary art, embracing a wide range of mediums and artistic practices. The gallery's focus extends to conceptual art, painting, drawing, film/video, photography, sculpture, and installation, fostering a diverse selection of artistic expressions. A key aspect of the gallery's approach is to showcase artistic positions that combine different experiences, generating dialogues and pushing the boundaries of traditional artistic practices.

By promoting established artists and providing a platform for emerging talents, Galerie Martin Janda actively contributes to the discourse and evolution of contemporary art. The gallery's program serves as a catalyst for artistic innovation, inviting viewers to engage with thought-provoking works that challenge conventions and ignite critical conversations.

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  • Location
  • Vienna, 1010, Eschenbachgasse 11
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.1