(b. in Hamburg, Germany, 1986) Lives and works in Vienna (Austria).
Birke Gorm was born in Hamburg, and partly grew up in Denmark. She studied with Jutta Koether in Hamburg and Monica Bonvicini at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna from where she graduated in 2018. Some of her recent exhibitions include Whistle and I’ll Come to You, Galerie der Stadt Schwaz (2018), I CAN SMILE AT THE PAST, Akademie der bildenden Künste, en Vienna (Solo, 2018), Carved and Shaped by Proximity, PINA, Vienna (2018), CONDO, Bodega, Nueva York (2017) and IOU, Croy Nielsen, Vienna (Solo, 2017).
(b. in Hokkaido, Japan, 1980) Lives and works in Vienna (Austria).
Soshiro Matsubara is co-founder of XYZcollective, in Tokyo. He holds a BA in fine art by Tama Art University, Tokyo, and studied at the Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. Some of his solo exhibitions include Engagement, Tolerance and Hospitality, Croy Nielsen, Vienna (2018), Lovesick, Schiefe Zähne, Berlin (2018), Sleeves of Desire Ⅱ, Brennan & Griffen, NY (2017), Sleeves of Desire, XYZcollective, Tokyo (2016) and Soshiro Matsubara, Paramount Ranch, LA 3 w. XYZcollective (2016).
(b. in Kolonia Koplany, Poland, 1981) Lives and works in Kolonia Koplany (Poland) and Munich (Germany).
Iza Tarasewicz graduated from the Faculty of Sculpture and Space Activities at the University of Arts in Poznań, Poland. Tarasewicz works in a specific manner based on interpreting, cumulating, deconstructing and re-organizing material things as well as social, historical, and ideological systems. Some of her recent solo exhibitions include Mining Conditions, Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2018), Equilibrium in Meteors, Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin (2018) and In myriads, things cry out, Croy Nielsen, Vienna, Austria (2018).
Croy Nielsen was founded in Berlin, Germany, by Oliver Croy and Henrikke Nielsen in 2008. Since 2016 the gallery is located in Vienna, Austria. The program and speech of the gallery was born from the collaborations with artists such as Nina Beier, Mandla Reuter, Benoît Maire and Marie Lund. In the last two years, younger artists like Olga Balema, Georgia Gardner Gray and Sebastian Black have become an important part of their program. Likewise, the gallery represents the Heritage of Albert Mertz (Denmark, 1920 - 1990).
Martin Erik Andersen
Georgia Gardner Gray