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Loft Acht - Galerie in der Brotfabrik

Loft Acht is a platform and gallery for new positions of Austrian and international art.

Since January 2013, Loft8 has been presenting works by young Austrian and international artists in individual and group exhibitions. The focus of the exhibition is in the areas of painting-graphic sculpture-installation. The aim of our platform is to enable the presentation of young positions at Brotfabrik. After an intensive start-up phase 2013/2014, we are planning nine exhibitions this year, including four solo shows and five group exhibitions. The exhibition activities are supplemented and accompanied by artist talks, performances and curated projects.

In order to enable international artists to combine their work with an exhibition space in Austria, we invited four artists from Germany, selected by a specialist jury, to live, work and exhibit at Loft8 in two working periods. This Artists in Residence program will be continued in 2015, with the artists being given a newly created studio and a flat in southern Burgenland. After completion of the working periods the work will be presented in Loft8.

The jury

The selection of our artists in the Artists in Residence Program is made by a jury composed of the following persons:

Norbert Brunner, artist, Vienna / New YorkSylvia Eisenburger-Kunz, Society of Friends of Fine Arts in ViennaMagic Irene Gludowacz, ViennaDr. Winfried Kallinger, Entrepreneur, Initiator Kallco Art, Vienna Monika Knofler, Curator, ViennaDr. Katharina Moser, Loft 8, Vienna

The team

Our team consists of Dr. Katharina Moser, initiator and managing director, Mag. Katharina Klein, curator and partner, Dr. Christian Krepela, international cooperation and projects, associate and Esther Attar-Machanek, press department.


Take the U1 to Reumannplatz and the tram line 6 to Absberggasse

Absberggasse 29/3, 1st floor on the left


Free admission


OPENING HOURS: next days Wed  13:00-18:00
Thu  13:00-18:00
Fri  13:00-18:00
Sat  13:00-18:00
Wed  13:00-18:00

Absberggasse 29/3, 1.Stock links
1100 Vienna


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