The Artists of Gugging: The New Yorker

Artists of Gugging:
The New Yorker
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The Artists of Gugging

The New Yorker – 2012

“Gugging House is a psychiartic Institution north of Vienna, founded in 1981, whose patients are better known outside it’s walls as exhibiting artists. The works on paper here, by nine current and former residents, range widely in style, from August Walla’s intricate pencil drawings, which might be maps of battlefields, to Oswald Tschirtner’s airily minimal watercolors: a swimming pool, a wheel, a foot, all made in 2005, two years before he died, at the age of eighty five.”

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