"A Difficult Man" by Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1920)
directed by Janusz Kica
premiere on 6 October 2016 at josefstadt theatre in Vienna - don't miss it!
"A Difficult Man" is light-hearted, comic and thought-provoking. Its central character, the Count Hans Karl Buehl, is "the difficult man," both seeking and running away from love, caught between action and inaction and forever undecided. The play questions the value of words in true expression and the nature of communication in society - the misunderstandings that ensue are a pleasure to behold.
Michael Dangl (Hans Karl Buehl)
Ulli Maier (Crescence, his sister)
Matthias Franz Stein (Stani, her son)
Alma Hasun (Helene Altenwyl)
Michael König (Altenwyl)
Pauline Knof (Antoinette Hechingen)
Roman Schmelzer (Hechingen)
Christian Nickel (Neuhoff)
Alexandra Krismer (Edine, Antoinettes Freundin)
Therese Lohner (Agathe, chamber maid)
Wojo van Brouwer (Neugebauer, secretary)
Alexander Strobele (Lukas, first butler at Hans Karl)
Oliver Rosskopf (Vinzenz, a new butler)
Christian Futterknecht (a renowned person)
Alexander Strobele (Wenzel, butler at Altenwyl)
Happy to see two of my prints at the current exhibition HANDMADE III at AnzenbergerGallery in Vienna! The exhibition is dedicated to works that combine photography with handcraft or other artistic media.
I'm in wonderful company there - artists: Roger Ballen, Jessa Fairbrother, Sissi Farassat, Katie Kalkstein, Heidi Kirkpatrick, Rita Maas, Christine Miess, Caroline Roberts, Yelena Zhavoronkova, Simone Casetta, Heather A. Wetzel.
More info on my edition Time Collapsing
Exhibition goes from 8 September until 31 October 2016 at AnzenbergerGallery
"Monsieur Claude and his Daughters" (Monsieur Claude und seine Töchter)
A conservative French father, Claude Verneuil, with four lovely daughters, is forced to adjust to three sons-in-law of varying ethnic backgrounds: Jewish, Muslim and Chinese. Hope remains with the youngest daughter, who may yet offer them a big church wedding. A wish that comes true, except for the fact that the man she is about to marry is from… the Ivory Coast!
"Monsieur Claude and his Daughters" by Philippe de Chauveron and Guy Laurent
directed by Folke Braband
Premiere on 8 September 2016 at Kammerspiele der Josefstadt
CAST: Siegfried Walther (Claude Verneuil), Susa Meyer (Marie Verneuil), Michaela Kaspar (Isabelle), Silvia Meisterle ( Michelle), Daniela Golpashin (Adèle), Martina Ebm (Laura), Ljubiša Lupo Grujčić (Abderazak Benassem, Ehemann von Isabelle), Martin Niedermair (Abraham Bénichon, Ehemann von Adèle), Vincent Bueno (Chao Ling, Ehemann von Michelle), Peter Marton (Charles Koffi, Verlobter von Laura), Félix Kama (André Koffi), Ida Ouhé-Schmidt (Madeleine Koffi), Markus Kofler (rabbi, priest, Xavier, psychologist, inspector)
Self-published in an edition of 100 hand-numbered & signed copies.
Soft cover, staple bound
20.9 x 31.3 cm
Brilliant musicians, cheerful atmosphere and warm, summery weather - this was Zoa Festival on 6 & 7 May at Ardagger Stift in Lower Austria. Six bands brought world music to the "Mostviertel": Insingizi, Naschmarkt, 5/8terl in Ehr´n, Aniada a Noar & Altrioh, BartolomeyBittmann and Barcelona Gipsy balKan Orchestra.
Georgous play - still laughing :D
"Halbe Wahrheiten" by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Lukas Holzhausen
Cast: Michael Abendroth (Philip), Evi Kehrstephan (Ginny), Christoph Rothenbuchner (Greg), Doris Weiner (Sheila)
Premiere on 29 April at Volx
Wonderful PMJ brought swing and jazz to Vienna!
Nada Surf presented their new album 'You Know Who You Are' live at WUK in Vienna - Supported by Farewell Dear Ghost.
Julian le Play presenting his new album „Zugvögel“ live at WUK in Vienna.
Little Foxes (1939) by Lillian Hellman
Directed by Torsten Fischer
premiere: 14 April 2016
Addie (Salka Weber)
Cal (Oama Richson)
Birdie Hubbard (Martina Stilp)
Oscar Hubbard (Tonio Arango)
Leo Hubbard (Matthias Franz Stein)
Regina Giddens (Sandra Cervik)
William Marshall (Roman Schmelzer)
Benjamin Hubbard (André Pohl)
Alexandra Giddens (Alma Hasun)
Horace Giddens (Herbert Föttinger)
Find more information here
Pete Doherty and the reunited Libertines set the Stadthalle Vienna on fire.
So happy and still jumping :D It took a year to find the perfect shape. To decide if it's going to be a box or a book. For many months I was sure it will be a box. But now... the first books arrived and I couldn't be happier!
The series time collapsing is so special to me. So important. I started working on this project in 2014 and it's still growing. Maybe this is why I always had the feeling that I have to treat these photographs with the upmost respect. I totally love the edition prints on baryta and I wanted the book be of equal value. I wanted the book to shine, to be able to stand alone and - together with the edition - to become one.
Now I have six books and the next step is finding a sponsor, crowd funding...not sure yet. But I'm aiming for an edition higher than six :D
So...keep your fingers crossed!