“Werner Otte and his influence on the graphic arts scene in Salzburg” / Traklhaus, Salzburg

Werner Otte, 1981, Lithographie © Salzburg Museum

31.10.2019 – 07.12.2019; Salzburg.
Werner Otte and his circles graphic art prints legacy to Salzburg.

In the large room of the Traklhaus, prints by Werner Otte from the Salzburg Museum can be seen, as well as many small formats and lithographs, which make up a large part of the work. The selection focused more on abstract motifs – although Werner Otte as an artist always stood between abstraction and realistic motifs, especially landscapes.

In addition, works by artists who belonged to the circle of Werner Otte are exhibited. For example by Anton Drioli, Eva Möseneder, Martin Rasp, Konrad Winter. Lithographs by students of the Mozarteum University (fine arts and design) will also be shown. This exhibition pays tribute to Salzburg’s printmaking heritage in the sense of Werner Otte.

The exhibition takes place in cooperation with the Salzburg Museum, which also presents Otte as a subtle landscape artist in the context of the exhibition “Werner Otte – Intimate Landscapes”, capturing nature in the representational as well as in the abstract.

31.10.2019 – 07.12.2019
Waagplatz 1A
5020 Salzburg