Albert Allgaier







Albert Allgaier
BregenzBiennale2018


BregenzBiennale was founded by Albert Allgaier and Bernhard Garnicnig in 2012 and is dedicated to ephemeral artworks. The 2018 edition presents itself as a map of the city of Bregenz on which you can find 46 site-specific but invisible interventions. Thus, the map becomes the exhibition space where to imagine works by Lina Aušra, Francisco Babo, Samuel Bich, Simone Borghi, Elena Borghi, Godomira Buroskwy, Kevin Desbouis, Damien Dion, Victoria Durnak, Jona Einarson, Stefano Faoro, FAXEN, Romain Gandolphe, Steve Giasson, Akba Gurundi, Token Black Guy, Tim Hartmann, Stefanie Heine, Robert Huber, Florence Jung, Fatmir Mustafa Karlo, Stefan Klein, Marika Konstantinidou, Mikko Kuorinki, Sophie Lingg, Mmmmmegumi, José Oliveira, Will Owen, Alice Pamuk, Philipp Preuss, Anahita Rahzmi, Christopher Richmond, Valentine Ridde, Karl Salzmann, Liv Schulman, Driton Selmani, Lena Sieder-Semlitsch, Semino Spataro, Martin Sturm, Andreas Trobollowitsch, Emmanuel Troy, Salvatore Viviano, Robin Waart, Dimitri Waschkov, Noboru Watanabe, Bernhard Weber
Curated by Albert Allgaier & Sophie Lapalu.

10.5 × 19.5 cm (folded), edition: 1500, 2018

€ 12 






Albert Allgaier & Bernhard Garnicnig
BregenzBiennale2016


BregenzBiennale2016 took place on August 14, 2016 during the duration of the sunset. The catalogue consists of 32 postcards (all with the same photo) with imaginary and immaterial artworks by Jamie Allen, Albert Allgaier, Simone Borghi, Sean J. Patrick Carney, Martin Chramosta, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Fabian Faltin, Karin Ferrari, Alec Finlay, Peter Fritzenwallner, Michele Gabriele, Bernhard Garnicnig, Thomas Geiger, Katharina Höglinger, Barbara Anna Husar, Lisa Kainz, Lital Khaikin, Rick Lins, Romain Mader, Maria Maeser, Fernando Mesquita, Marco Rios, Lina Rukevičiūtė & Lina Zaveckytė, Driton Selmani, Lena Sieder-Semlitsch, Benjamin Tomasi, Gruppe Uno Wien, Noburo Watanabe, Seth Weiner and Arnaud Wohlhauser.

10.5 × 14.5 cm, 32 postcards, edition: 500, 2016

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Albert Allgaier
gruppe uno wien: the international festival for nothing


This limited publication is the official catalogue of the International Festival for Nothing that took place in Innsbruck in September 2015: A large concert stage was assembled in the city. In the evening, a spotlight was switched on and enlightened the stage one night long. At the next day the stage was dismantled again. The catalogue is based on one single documentation photo and is a zoom-in and zoom-out into the spotlight on the image.

20.5 × 29 cm, 500 pp, edition: 20 (2 availible), 2017

€ 80