* 1962 Vienna, Austria

Since 1983 numerous single and joint exhibitions at home and abroad.


2015, 2016, 2018   study trips to India

2014   study trip to India, designing the international Boehler Edelstahl-Artcalendar 2015

since 2014 annual teaching activity at the
                   Academy La Cuna del Arte, Germany

2012 - 2013 study trips to Indonesia

since 2011 annual teaching activity at the

                   Academy Styria, A

2010 – 2011 study trips to Thailand and India

2008 – 2009 study trip to Costa Rica

2006 study trip to India

2004 Kunst am Bau project at Bildungszentrum  

         (Education Centre) Traiskirchen, Austria

2000 Kunst am Bau project: design of the foyer of

          VA TECH, Vienna

2001 – 2006 teaching activity at the Summer Academy

                      Zakynthos, Greece

1999 trip to India funded by the Austrian Federal

         Chancellery
1995 – 2002 annual study trips to India
1996 work scholarship of the Federal Ministry

1994 Theodor-Körner award, work scholarship of the
          city of Vienna

1993 Cologne - scholarship

1992 scholarship for Paris funded by the Foreign

          Ministry

1987 scholarship in Italy

1986 graduation, Magister art. (roughly corresponding to

           Bachelor of Art), study trip to Asia

1981 – 1986 painting and graphic arts, University of

              Applied Art Vienna, with Prof. Oswald Oberhuber

1980 – 1986 philosophy and art history, University of                         Vienna



Works in the following collections:

Artothek Lower Austria, A
Artothek Vienna, A
ATP, Vienna, A
Bank Austria, Paris, F
Böhler Steel, Kapfenberg, A
Elin VA Tech, Vienna, A
Gallery Kapfenberg, A
Cultural Department of Tirol, Innsbruck, A
Austrian Postsparkasse, Vienna, A
Austrian Tobacco Museum, Vienna, A
ÖBV, Vienna, A
SIAK, Ministry of the Interior, Vienna, A
Unilog Integrata, Vienna, A
Wiener Staedtische Insurance Group, A
Zurich Kosmos Insurances, Vienna, A

as well as in numerous national and international private collections.

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