WEISS, 2020

H:20123-2011, Photography, 2019

relikt/reliquie, 2016 (Video)

Baustelle, Photography, 2015

Greta Znojemsky, Aluminium, 2013

Gisela – was zurück bleibt, Photography, 2010

Catalogue mujer/woman, Cuzco, Perú, 2010 (PDF)

Catalogue frau/woman, Bethlehem, Palestine, 2008 (PDF)

Catalogue, Month of Photography 2006, Fotohof edition 2006, Band 71, ISBN 978-3-901756-71-9

Catalogue, Paper Road, Museum Steyrermühl, A, und Museum Deggendorf, D, 2006

Catalogue „auf der suche nach der europäischen seele“, NÖ Kulturforum, St. Pölten, 2005

Wien live, Das Kulturmagazin für Wien, Heft 05/2004, Seite 73, Künstlerprojekt United Space, Wien-Taschkent-Wien

Catalogue Museum of Contemporary Art in Cuzco-Perú, March 2003

Cataloueg Modern Contemporary Art, AAI-Gallery, 2003

Catalogue Inside of the Outside, Eu-Man, Helsinki, Finland,  October 2001

Catalogue Dialogues, International Exhibition in the Manege, St. Petersburg, July 2001

Catalogue Women of the XXI century, Exhibition in the Latin American Art Museum, March 2001

International Artists Annual for the XXI century, published for Lineart 2000, Gent (Belgium) by the Latin American Art Museum, Miami/Florida, USA, December 2000

Waldorfkünstlergilde, Kunstpostkartenheft, May 1994

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About the work of Greta Znojemsky

Main intention is diversity. My approach is complex and uses a wide range of media, including photography, sculpture, objects, water colour and other painting techniques, drawing and prints as well as installations. Two principal aims are a broad spectrum and a focus of activity on the border areas between the media. There are elements of both the material and the immaterial, receptive to borderline experiences.
Projects involving active participation and socially critical initiative such as aging and woman, the obsession with beauty or the search for happiness.

Work in three dimensions opens the way into such diverse fields as ready-mades, little sculptures made of wire, alabastre, wood and objets trouvés. Installations combine a variety of media.

Short biography Greta Znojemsky

  • Born 1950 with twin brother Hans in Vienna. Living and working in Lower Austria since 2015.
  • Studies at the University of Applied Art, graduated in 1972 with MFA – and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna (1977 Graduation with MA in art teaching).
  • 1972 Scholarship to study in Paris.
  • 1976 Study scholarship of the Academy of Fine Arts.
  • 1993 – 2011: foundation of the ‘Windspiel Laboratory for Creativity and Treasure Hunting, a training centre and studio for research into the relationship between creativity and personality development.
  • 2001 – 2012: foundation of the Windspiel Gallery, a platform for national and inter-cultural projects.
  • Co-founder and president (2001 – 2015) of the art association Kunstart-Europäisches Kunstnetzwerk (European Art Network).
  • Curator and exhibition organiser for national and international projects. „frau/mujer zwischen Realität und Phantasie oder ein Kaleidoskop (2004 – 2010); „Die verhüllte Frau“ (2007), ICH.formen (2006), „Bethlehem“ (2008).
  • Workshops in Austria, Greece, Italy, Peru, Uzbekistan and Palestine.
  • Work on show in public and private collections in Austria, Germany, Finland, Peru, Australia, Uzbekistan and Palestine.
  • Since 1982, solo exhibitions and participation in group displays in Austria, Peru, USA, Russia, Israel, France, Sweden, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Greece, Germany, Malta and China.