On view till 26.3.


Bellart Gallery is pleased to present the solo exhibition by Asot Haas featuring his light and sound resonant objects, glass objects, paint reliefs, as well as graphics and airbrush paintings. The exhibition will be on display from February 6th till March 26th.

“Wonderful, unique and elegant Gallery space for high quality art, interesting discussions, inspiring thoughts in an exquisite atmosphere!“

It was really an incredible visual experience for me. The professional quality of presented art simply belongs to one of the finest in Vienna and I would highly recommend it! Thanks for making the viewing an unforgettable one.
DR. Bettina SCHülke

6.2. - 26.3. 2020

The universality of mathematics is a myth, and that what the strict rationalists accept as the constant way of measuring and proving the world is basically just a philosophical construct. Fibonacci’s sequence, golden ratio or the number π (Pi) are nothing more than just a method, like any other philosophical direction, for the human explanation of what we as our living space and everything that makes it up, or influences or can influence it. In his fascination for mathematical phenomena, Asot Haas shows precisely these from their aesthetic side. In his optical light installations and glass objects, he impressively illustrates the premise of the beauty of mathematics and the number as an artistic instrument. 

"READING ABOUT LIQUIDITY" 7.11.2019 - 30.1. 2020

Bellart Gallery is delighted to present the solo exhibition “Reading about Liquidity” by Dorota Sadovska (*1973) which includes figurative oil,acrylic and carved paintings, as well as space and light objects. This unique art project marks a significant milestone in Dorota’s artistic work and its evolution of her explorative approach to the installation and presentation of art in a truly unique style with intertwined individual concepts that is built upon a dynamic visual construction based on a combination of different media. These constructions are readable by allowing the observers to be included in the staging. The installation motivates to emulate the gestures in the pictures and to participate in the whole artistic program. The fluid in the art of Dorota Sadovska is thus the transience of participation in viewing her own images.

28.9. - 26.10. 2019

The images of Lydia Luisa Patafta (* 1974) oscillate on the threshold between extravagant provocation and intimate confession. She presents her world in a multifaceted way that consists of a conflict between the fantastic and the naturalistic. As if childhood memories contaminated with obscure dreams were staged under a flash of neon lighting. The controversy of these representations is based less on their expressive language than on the content levels in which bizarre encounters take place. Here, no surreal objects collide in incomprehensible places, but disturbingly concrete personifications of the social decadence of the 21st century. The picture narration by Lydia Patafta places a plain bourgeois scene programmatically in a questionable context. Comparable would be a midnight concert of a string quartet in the red light district. 

15.8. - 26.9. 2019

For the first time and following an intensive gallery program this exhibition offers a retrospective overview of the Bellart Gallery collection of artworks with a focus on contemporary painting, glass art and sculpture and artists who have exhibited individually and collectively at Bellart Gallery from 2017 until mid-2019. Contemporary painting is represented by Robert Bielik, Miroslav Cipár, Žofia Dubová, Dominik Hlinka, Ján Hrčka, Marek Ormandík, Dorota Sadovská, Jozef Srna, Jakub Špaňhel, Ján Vasilko and Christian Zillner. Object and video installation includes artworks of Marek Kvetan and Jaro Varga. Glass artists of this show include Oliver Leššo, Ilja Bílek, Ašot Haas and Lothar Böttcher and bronze sculpture is represented by artworks of Marek Ormandík, and Igor Faško.

Impressions from our openings

Featured are photos from the opening of the exhibition and few install photos. In order to best experience the art, we recommend to visit our gallery and  see live our breathtaking art installations. 

Video of exhibiton by Asot Haas


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