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Fritz Ruprechter
Lebensdaten: geb. 1950 in Matrei, Osttirol
Biographie: www.fritzruprechter.at
1972 Studied painting at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna
1974 Studied at the Akademie Minerva in Groningen, Netherlands
1975 Spent time at the Academy of Art in Cork, Ireland
1976 Diploma for painting and graphics in Groningen, Netherlands
1977 Study grant in Cairo, Egpyt

Ausstellungen
1980
Galerie Krinzinger, Innsbruck
Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Video exhibition (group show)

1981
Birth of his son Lukas. Moved from Vienna to Maria Lanzendorf Galerie Modern Art, Vienna

1982
Forum Stadtpark, Graz 1982
Co-founded the band “Laut Vereinbarung“

1983
Wiener Festwochen, Milan, Amsterdam, New York, Boston, Hartford (g)

1985
Co-founded the band “Lauter Männer“

1986
Journey to Japan
Stayed at a zen convent in Kanazawa

1988
Lived among indigenous peoples in Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina Niederösterreichisches Landesmuseum, Blaugelbe Galerie, Vienna Museum of Modern Art, Bolzano, Italy (g)

1989
Schloß Bruck, Lienz, Osttirol

1990
Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck

1991
Eginu Gallery, Gifu, Japan

1992
Began practicing Kyudo (Japanese archery)

1993
Lived with the Guarayo Indians in Bolivia

1995
Wittgensteinhaus, Vienna, collaborative project with the ROVA saxophone quartet, San Francisco

1996
Façade design, joint project with architect Michael Loudon Cellini Gallery, Leiden, Netherlands Lived with the Guarani Indians in Mato Grosso, Brazil

1997
Wittgensteinhaus, Vienna, joint project with architect Michael Loudon and Kozue Kinoshita
Galerie Atrium ed Arte, Vienna

1998
Crillon Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1999
Wittgensteinhaus, Vienna: collaborative piece with Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi Oskar Kokoschka Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic (g)

2000
Projektgalerie, Deggendorf, Germany
Museum moderner Kunst, Passau, Germany
Documentation center for modern art, St. Pölten with architect Walter
Zschokke

2002
Niederösterreichisches Landesmuseum, Art after 1945 (g)
Generali Foundation, Replay, Vienna (g)

2003
Artforum with Hisako Sugiyama, Tokyo, Japan
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

2004
Museum der Stadt Waiblingen, Germay
RLB-Atelier, Lienz, Osttirol

2005
Österreichisches Kulturforum, Kraków and Wrocław, Poland
Künstlerhaus, Vienna (g)
Lecture at the Normal University, Chengdu, China

2006
Façade design, together with Henke and Schreieck Architects
August to July 2007, “Ever tried”, 365 water colors

2007
St. Peter an der Sperr, Wiener Neustadt together with Henke and
Schreieck Architects
Artmark Galerie, Vienna
Remise Bludenz, Vorarlberg
Galería Animal, Santiago de Chile
Museo de arte contemporaneo, Santiago de Chile
Lecture at the Museo de arte contemporaneo, Santiago de Chile

2008
Denkraum, Vienna, symposion on art in public space
Museum Waidhofen / Ybbs (g)
Künstlerhaus, Vienna (g)
2009
Museum der Wahrnehmung, Graz

2010
Messmer Foundation, Riegel, Germany (g)
Galerie Artmark, Vienna,
Kleine Galerie, Matrei, Osttirol
Forum konkrete Kunst Erfurt, Germany (g)
Galerie Mana, Vienna
Palais Lichtenstein, Feldkirch, Austria (g)

2011
Artmark Galerie, Vienna, Austria (g)
Galerie Schloss Puchheim, Austria
Theatre de Cambrai, France
curator: Eva-Maria Fruhtrunk (g)
Konkret – Konstruktiv – Minimal
Ausstellungsreihe (NOE-art), curator: Hartwig Knack (g)
Micro.Macro.Cosmos
Ausstellungsreihe (NOE-art), curator: Judith P. Fischer (g)
Galerie Schmiede, Linz, Austria (g)
ON Positionen der Stille, curator: Manfred Makra (g)
Radiokulturhaus, Vienna
award winner: one of the most beautiful books: Viel/Falten
with Walter Pamminger, Wolfgang Homola, Michael Goldgruber
Ortner 2, Kunst-Buchhandlung, Vienna (g)
Museum Vasarely, Budapest, Hungary (g)
Galerie Olivier Nouvellet,
Carte blanche
curator: Eva Maria Fruhtrunk, Paris, France (g)
Dokumentationszentrum für moderne Kunst, St. Pölten, Austria

2012
Galerie Lang, Vienna
Galerie Gaudens Pedit, Lienz, Osttirol (g)
Konkret-Konstruktiv-Minimal
Ausstellungsreihe (NOE-art), curator: Hartwig Knack (g)
Ukishima sculpture studio
Fukushima museum of art, Japan
Postcards to Japan
Ortner 2, Kunst-Buchhandlung, Vienna (g)
Macura Museum, Novi Banovci, Serbia, (g)
Artmark Galerie, Vienna (g)
MA-Lob dem Zwischenraum, curator: Manfred Makra
Galerie Blaugelbe, Zwettl, Austria
Paviljona u Niskoj, Nis, Serbia (g)
Symposium Sicevo
Artmark Galerie, Vienna
Galerie Gaudens Pedit, Lienz, Osttirol, (g)

2013
Künstlerhaus Wien, Vienna,
curator of the exhibition: Josef Albers “interaction of color”
Kulturna Ustanova Galerija 73, Beograd, Serbia
Kunsthalle Messmer, Riegel a. K., Germany (g)
Danube Dialogues, Novi Sad, Serbia
Mira Brtka – Fritz Ruprechter
Kulturni Centar Novog Sada, Novi Sad, Serbia

2014
Artmark Galerie, Wien, Vienna
Dialoge der Stille (g)
Galerie im Turm, Baden bei Wien, Austria (g)
Artdepot Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria (g)
Atelier Wolf, Perchtoldsdorf, Austria
Galerie le cube, independent art room, Rabat, Marocco