Herbert Brandl

Biography

Graz, 1959.
Lives and works in Wien.

Since 2004, he has been a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf.
A representative of his country at the 52nd Venice Biennale in 2007, he has held numerous personal exhibitions, including those at: Neue Galerie at the State Museum, Joanneum, Graz (1984); Musée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (1990); Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (1999); Expo, Austrian Pavillon, Aichi, Japan (2005); 52nd Venice Biennale, Austrian Pavillon (2007); Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (2009); “Berge und Landschaften“, Albertina, Vienna (2010); Bank Austria Kustforum, Vienna (2012); “Hyänenpause”, Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf (2017).
Among his group shows, there are: Biennale de Paris, Paris (1985); Documenta IX, Kassel (1992); “Der Zerbrochene Spiegel”, Kunsthalle Vienna/Deichtorhallen (1993); “Painting on the Move“, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (2002); “Pintura”, Museu Serralves, Porto (2004); “Idylle, Traum und Trugschluss”, Collection Falckenberg, Hamburg (2006); “Europe, the future of History“, Kunsthaus, Zurich (2015).

Selected solo exhibitions

1984
Neue Galerie at the State Museum, Joanneum, Graz (Cat.)

1990
Musée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Cat.)

1992
Jack Tilton Gallery/New York

1999
Kunsthalle Basel/(Cat.)

2005
Expo, Austrian Pavillon, Aichi/Japan (Cat.)

2007
La Biennale di Venezia, Austrian Pavillon (Cat.)

2009
Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (Cat.)

2010
“Berge und Landschaften“, Albertina/Vienna (Cat.)

2012
Bank Austria Kustforum, Vienna (Cat.)

2017
“Hyänenpause”, Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, CH (Cat.)
Herbert Brandl, Galleria Giorgio Persano, Torino

Selected group exhibitions

1985
Biennale de Paris (Cat.)

1992
Documenta IX, Kassel/ Germany (Cat.)

1993
“Der Zerbrochene Spiegel”, Kunsthalle Wien/Deichtorhallen (Cat.)

2002
“Painting on the Move“, Kunsthalle Basel (Cat.)

2004
“Pintura”, Museu Serralves, Porto/Portugal (Cat.)

2006
“Idylle, Traum und Trugschluss”, Collection Falckenberg, Hamburg (Cat.)

2015
“Europe, the future of History“, Kunsthaus Zürich