Rudolf Polanszky

Rudolf Polanszky, born in 1951 in Vienna, is an Austrian artist primarily engaged in painting, sculpture, photography, film, installation, and collage in his works. Since 1976, he has dedicated himself as a freelance artist to various artistic techniques, including the unique "Schweinsfettzeichnungen" (pig fat drawings) and the innovative "Semiologie der Sinne" (semiology of the senses). Polanszky's art reflects an intense engagement with concepts such as transformation, non-linearity, and symmetry, rooted in scientific-like foundations. His evolution from early works like the "Sprungfedern-Zeichnungen" (spring drawings) and "Sitz-Bilder" (sitting images) to translinear reconstructions and, most recently, "Prim-Räumen" (prime spaces) and their "Negativräumen" (negative spaces) testifies to a consistent evolutionary development.

Polanszky's works have been exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide, including Gagosian, Almine Rech, Frith Street Gallery, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His contribution to the art scene extends across solo and group exhibitions, as well as film and video presentations in international institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Venice Biennale. Rudolf Polanszky focuses on the further development of translinear procedures, with his latest works dedicated to the fascinating "Prim-Räumen" and their "Negativräumen."

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