"Kinder, Mütter, Väter, Patchwork", Volksblatt, 9. März 2021

(über die Ausstellung "we are family" / next comic in der Galerie der Kunstschaffenden, Linz, OÖ Kulturquartier

Bezirks-Rundschau, Bilder aus der Isolation, the trick is to keep breathing, 10.6.2020

Online: https://www.meinbezirk.at/linz/c-leute/the-trick-is-to-keep-breathing-von-sivia-sun_a4091400

ORF-OOE-Bericht, Ausstellung "Homophilia", Sturm und Drang Galerie, 6.3.2020
Atelierrundgang, OÖNachrichten, 16.10.2019
"Wandlungen", OÖTips, KW 8/2019v
"Von Unikatern, Wolpertingern, Wölfen und Zecken", Volksblatt, Eva Hammer, 14.12.2018
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"Drive safely, darling", OÖTips, KW 21/2018 ve safely darling silviasun, bvoö, ursulinenhof linz kulturquartier ausstellung kunst art artist austria contemporary art reh drideer
"Paradise.Lost", OÖTips, KW 7/2018
“Always crashing in the same car”, OÖTips, KW 17/2016
“Radikal aktuelle Bildsprache”, Krone, Eva Rathenböck, 18.05.2015 galerie six seewalchen wohnzimmergalerie
“Zündende Bildwelten krachen aus dem dichten Unterholz", OÖNachrichten, Irene Gunnesch, 26.04.2013
“Am Puls der Zeit”, Krone, Eva Rathenböck, 2.05.2013 am puls der zeit kultur presse künstlerin galerie thiele
"Große Linienkunst mit wenigen Strichen”, Österreich, 21.05.2007
"Junge, respektlose Kunst", OÖs Neue, 27.06.2007
"Kulturgut Strichmännchen ”, OÖs Neue, 9.05.2007
Ab in den Süden, Kronen Zeitung, Elisabeth Vera Rathenböck, 13.07.2004
"Popkorn als kuriose Kunstbasis”, OÖNachrichten, Irene Judmayer, 12.10.2004
“Schrilles zum Schmunzeln”, OÖNachrichten, 26.04.2004
“Bunte Bilder sind wie gute Songs”, Krone, Vera Rathenböck, 23.09.2004
“Popkorn, Musik und Kunst”, OÖNachrichten, 29.09.2004
"Frischer Wind statt Besinnlichkeit”, Kronen Zeitung, Elisabeth Vera Rathenböck, 22.11.2002
"Die poppigen Figuren in der Welt der Silvia Sun", OÖNachrichten, Rainer Gruber, 18.11.2002
“ffffffffffft - Die Tupperware als Emotionsspeicher”, OÖNachrichten, Sigrid Mairinger-Schwind, 9.04.2001
English Translation of press-Article: "Zündende Bildwelten" (Irene Gunnesch, OÖNachrichten, 26.04.2013)

PRESS-ARTICLE: Sparkling visual worlds crash out of dense undergrowth

The exhibition of Upper Austrian artist Silvia Sun at Thiele Gallery in Linz is well worth seeing.
A bird has picked up a homunculus. Just like the doomed earthworm he is dithering in it’s pecker. „Is not controllable“, one can read in the avian’s speech bubble. “By humans”, complements a belling deer.
And a spectator who precisely surveys the avian tableau „The Great Escape“, one of artist Silvia Sun’s paintings that are currently shown at the Thiele Gallery in Linz, is able to discover a further curiosity.
Characters defining “Not sold yet” and an arrow refer to a glaring red dot which is placed in the
painting’s right bottom corner, as a simple formal element with regards to content.

Apropos: it is no wonder that those typical red points of sale are accumulating even before the actual vernissage. In Silvia Sun’s visual world powerful colors and drawings, satire, ecologically competent ambiguity, poetry, pop-quotations and tough as nails statements are unified to a convincing ensemble.
Expressionism meets concreteness, exuberant visual narration encounters atmosphere. Every leaf and each branch condense to “undergrowth”, to brakes and brushes, which is most notably seasoned with botanical impressions from Costa Rica. In response to the OÖN-question what she regards as most important in her work, the artist, also a graduated Historian, replies: “To transport the tension between
nature and civilization”.

From the mighty „Traumstein“ with its primeval saurian and swan in oil and edding on canvas, to all over printed miniatures with containter facades: Silvia Sun’s work blasts an abundance of association in our minds that heartily light even the longest fuse.

Exhibition Silvia Sun: Galerie Thiele, "Undergrowth", bis 20. Mai 2013 galerie-thiele.at

Translation: silvia sun

galerie thiele gallery richard eder silvia sun 44er haus linz austria