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KiS stands for art as an eye catcher
Art in Seefeld has had a new abbreviation since mid-2021 - KiS. The three previous exhibitions have proven that contemporary art is a visitor motor and is capable of generating interest, even more so enthusiasm. Despite the Corona restrictions last year, the works by the American Philip Taaffe and the Mallorcan Miquel Barceló attracted hundreds of visitors. Andy Warhol's show, which has just ended, broke all records with just over 1,000 visitors from June to September. The picture cycle "Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century" impressed connoisseurs of Warhol's works as well as many who were coming into contact with the visual worlds of the master of Pop Art for the first time. The comments in our guestbook range from "what a fantastic surprise" to "veramente interesting" to "wonderfully inspiring". Thanks to all visitors from near and far. And soon it will be "welcome" to the next KiS exhibition, which will open on 16 December. Details about the artists and their work will be revealed on these pages soon.
In 2022, KiS - Verein zur Förderung zeitgenössischer Kunst (Association for the Support of contemporary art) in Seefeld was founded with prominent support. Elisabeth Gürtler from the Alpin Resort Sacher is the chairwoman of the association, she is supported on the board by Innsbruck gallery owner Clemens Rhomberg and entrepreneur Christian Jäger from Reith near Seefeld. The association makes possible work that goes beyond the exhibitions, such as mediation activities for adults, young people and children, concerts, lectures or other special events in the Old Fire Brigade Hall, the exhibition centre of KiS - Art in Seefeld. Anyone can become a member. More information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter 2022/23: 16 December 2022 to 12 March 2023, Fridays - Sundays from 3 pm to 5 pm.
Summer 2023: 9 June 2022 to 24 September 2023, every Friday - Sunday from 4 pm to 6 pm.