Unveiling the Enchanting World of
Ernst Koslitsch's
Yellow Universe

Hightlights from 2022

Rotor Graz Exhibition | Groupshow

Beings & Creatures," an exhibition series consisting of four chapters, was showcased at Rotor Graz - the centre of contemporary art. The third chapter of the series, titled "Multifaceted Nature," is currently on display at this location.

The exhibition brings together works from eight artists, each with their own unique approach to the appropriation of found objects, the construction of new forms, and assemblage.

These varied sources of inspiration and techniques are integrated into each artist's individual practice, resulting in creatures that exhibit diverse characteristics in terms of both their content and physical form.
Beeings and Creatures | Group Show 

The featured artists in this edition include Erik Binder, Ernst Koslitsch, Nana Mandl & Karl Karner, Edith Payer, Katrin Plavčak, Cristian Răduţă, and Marie Tučková. Visit Rotor Graz to witness their stunning creations in person.

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System of Beliefs | Munchies Art Club Magazine 

Vienna-based artist Ernst Koslitsch has been making waves in the contemporary art world with his innovative sculptural practice and bold Yellow Universe. The recently had the opportunity to sit down with Koslitsch to discuss his work and explore his universe. Koslitsch's work is an extension of his sculptures, with paintings and drawings accompanying them. His world is constructed from recycled timber, and the resulting creations are vibrant, colorful, and thought-provoking. With a focus on questioning systems of belief, Koslitsch's Yellow Universe offers an escape from the chaos of the real world and a reminder of the power of creativity.
Interview Feature:

Koslitsch's art practice may question systems of belief, but his Yellow Universe is a place where you'll believe anything is possible...

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Interview: Les nouveaux riches magazine

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Images by Daniel Lichterwaldt

Ernst Koslitsch is an artist who currently resides in Vienna, but originally hails from the Steiermark region. Alongside his wife, Dominique Foertig, who serves as the editor-in-chief of the online magazine Munchies Art Club, and their son, Noel, he lives and works in Vienna's 18th district. Koslitsch's studio is situated on Aumannplatz and features an open layout where his creations come to life. The primary material he works with is yellow wood, which he uses to craft his signature "Yellow Universe." This article features an interview with Koslitsch and accompanying photographs by Daniel Lichterwaldt

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