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10 Feb 2016

UNPAINTED lab 3.0 is returning to Munich to show digital and media art

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UNPAINTED lab 3.0 Munich
99artfairs GmbH


Opening hours: Thursday, Feb 18, 5 to 10 pm (Vernissage), Friday, Feb 19, 12 to 9 pm, Saturday, Feb Location: @MixedMunichArts, Katharina-von-Bora-Straße 8a, 80333 Munich UNPAINTED lab 3.0: February, 18-21, 2016 February, 19 - 21, 2016 in Munich

Dr. Annette Doms
+49 89 18908388-30

99artfairs GmbH
Maximilianstraße 45
80538 Munich

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How do artists react to the digitization of our world? UNPAINTED answered this question in 2014 with the successful debut of an international fair focusing on digital art. In 2016 the second show will be staged.

Right from the beginning, lab 3.0 was one of the elements of UNPAINTED that has distinguished it from other fairs. From February 18 to 21, UNPAINTED lab 3.0 will be continued in Munich as a stand-alone and unique format.

The following artists will participate:
American Artists (NY), Andrea McGinty (NY), Aram Bartholl (Berlin), Arent Weevers (Hengelo), Arthur Elsenaar (Den Haag), Betty Mü (München), Birthe Blauth (München), Ekin Onat (Istanbul), Felix Hörhager (München), Florian Freier (München / Barcelona), Giovanna Olmos (NY), Giulia Bowinkel & Friedemann Banz (Düsseldorf), Gretta Louw (München), Holger Lippmann (Berlin), IN TRA (Schweiz), Leonie Link (Offenbach), Maja Kalogera (Zagreb), Manuel Rossner (Ittlingen), Martin Reiche (Berlin), Mathis Nitschke (München), Michael Mandiberg (NY), Miltos Manetas (London), Natalie Bewernitz / Marek Goldowski (Köln), Niko Abramamidis (München)
Nora Renaud (London), Ole Fach (Berlin), Pia Myrvold (Paris), Ricardo Morales-Hernandez (Puerto Rico), STATION ROSE (Wien), Stefan Saalfeld (München), Susanne Rottenbacher (Berlin), Tatjana Tanja Vujinovic Kusej (Ljubljana), Theodore Darst (NY), VT ArtSalon (Taiwan), zeitguised (Berlin)

Beat Brogle & Tom Früchtl (Berlin)
Manuela Hartel (München)
Lumenman (München)

Artistic director Dr. Annette Doms is responsible for the selection of the artists and the program of UNPAINTED Lab 3.0. She has invited New York curator Nate Hitchcock, co-founder of East Hampton Shed and former co-curator of Rhizome (NY) who will support her in arranging the artistic program of UNPAINTED lab to 3.0.

Hitchcock has already developed exhibitions for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and at the Honor Fraser Gallery (Los Angeles) in the past with artists like Jeremy Blake and Marisa Olson and curators like Jordan Rhoat and Dain Oh. 'There will be a dynamic program on display that will reflect the media art of today in terms of content, technically and formally,' explains Annette Doms.


February, 18-21, 2016
Katharina-von-Bora-Straße 8a
80333 Munich

Opening hours:
Thursday, Feb 18, 5 to 10 pm (Vernissage)
Friday, Feb 19, 12 to 9 pm
Saturday, Feb 20, 12 pm to 1 am (Late Night with Performance an DJ set)
Sunday, Feb 21, 12 to 6 pm

Get your early bird ticket now!
Day ticket: 13 Euro

UNPAINTED is a unique art fair and platform for digital art. It was first held in 2014 by the co-founders Dr. Annette Doms, Benedict Rodenstock & Irmin Beck Rodenstock and attracted more than 6,000 art enthusiasts and professionals that enjoyed over 600 artworks of 60 international participants in the Bavarian capital. Each of the three co-founders of UNPAINTED brings the best from their respective area of authority: Dr. Annette Doms (responsible for concept and content), Benedict Rodenstock (Managing Director and investor), and Irmin Rodenstock Beck (responsible for the overall spatial concept). UNPAINTED is strongly supported by the City of Munich and by the patrons Josef Schmid (2nd mayor of Munich) and Dr. Ludwig Spaenle (Minister of Education in Bavaria). There are international curators and thought leaders, art collectors, gallerists, and artists, as well as an interdisciplinary team, which understands the challenges of these new art forms. All are united by a love of art, innovation and the changing times.