WHITE8 GALLERY VIENNA
Situated in the first district of Vienna between the St. Stephen’s Place and the Museum of Applied Arts and Contemporary Arts (MAK), the white8 GALLERY is exploring the art of today. The origins of the gallery go back to Villach (Carinthia). In 2004 Dagmar Aichholzer, the art critic and curator, transformed a house in the city centre into a gallery house with the showrooms and a sculpture garden in the old backyard. In 2008 Dagmar Aichholzer founded a new location in Vienna, the white8 GALLERY. Since then the ‘white cube’ has continuously served as an exhibition space for artistic creativity.
The white8 GALLERY aims to show contemporary art in all its variety and complexity.
The program is focused on the art of painting, concept art, performance and
video art, as well as projects in public places. The gallery is interested in exhibiting the works of the artists from very different artistic traditions and cultural backgrounds and it therefore represents artists from North America, Asia, Western and Eastern Europe. The white8 GALLERY considers art as a way to discuss cultural, psychological, social and scientific problems.
The gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday 12 am to 6 pm and
on Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm
WHITE8 SHOWROOMS VILLACH
The white8 SHOWROOMS , that belong to the white8 GALLERY, complete the program, offering a variety of
international contemporary art. Visits by appointment, also on weekends.
white8 SHOWROOMS, Widmanngasse 8