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The Vienna-based Christine König Galerie and the art gallery Koenig2 introduce their new exhibition Click Connect Collect – a platform where curated pieces can be purchased online as well as viewed on-site. Specifically chosen work, publications, editions, and artists' merchandise are available buy, they are on view at the store until March 20.
The main concept of the Christine König Galerie is to collaborate with internationally renowned artists as well as a younger generation of creatives. The majority of art represented by the gallery mirrors founder Christine König’s key concerns, such as politics, activism, feminism, and literature. The gallery aims to communicate these specific topics between the viewer and the art by creating a platform of cultural and social discourse – an intermediary of ideas and opinionated positions. Koenig operates as a more experimental counterpart to the Christine König Galerie. It exclusively features artists who have never displayed their work in Vienna before. Therefore, an additional stage for newness and special avant-garde work has been created.

The exhibition and online store Click Connect Collect features art by both sites and a considerable number of different categories, from photography, graphic art, distinctive objects, prints, and paintings. More than one hundred artifacts by twenty one different artists can be explored. Some of the featured artists are Magda Csutak, Per Dybvig, Payer Gabriel, Alona Rodeh, Maruša Sagadin, and Toni Schmale
Click Connect Collect is a collaboration between the Christine König Galerie and Koenig2 and it is now on view at Koenig2 in Vienna (Austria) until March 20.

Lea Zöller

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