Vienna has got a new centre for contemporary photography: OstLicht Gallery was opened on the premises of the Brotfabrik, Vienna’s latest, dynamically evolving cultural centre, in June 2012.
The loft offers approximately 500 m² of exhibition space for group and solo exhibitions of contemporary photo art, featuring both national and international positions.
The publicly accessible library of Galerie OstLicht comprises a collection of more than 20,000 books and magazines on the art and technology of photography as well as a selecion of photography magazines. Featuring also a bookshop and a bar, OstLicht intends to function as a meeting place and centre for everyone with an interest in photography.
The opening of OstLicht means that another art institution will be established at the still new cultural centre in the former Anker bread factory, where Ernst Hilger’s Brotkunsthalle, a branch of Lichterloh, artists’studios, and a Caritas workshop are located.
Architect Gregor Eichinger designed the rooms of OstLicht, taking the historical industrial architecture into consideration.
OstLicht is a new project by Peter Coeln, who has been successfully running the photo museum WestLicht since 2001; it shows high-quality international photo exhibitions alongside a permanent exhibition of historical cameras, and also hosts auctions of photographica which are well-known beyond the borders of Austria.
Galerie für Fotografie
OstLicht is closed from 1st to 31st August. If you are interesting in purchasing or to arrange a visit, please contact Judith Reisinger email@example.com
Gallery: Wed–Sat, 12–6 pm and by appointment. Closed on public holidays.
Library: by appointment.
»Land of Black Milk«
Limited edition of 200 posters
Now only € 5 instead of € 10
Available in the gallery or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nikon 100 Anniversary
Author: Uli Koch, Editor: Peter Coeln / OstLicht
On the occasion of the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Nikon Cooperation in 2017 Uli Koch, one of the most prominent Nikon collectors, has just completed a new book. It showcases Nikon items over a period of 100 years following the slogan »the image is the information«.
Available in the gallery or via email@example.com.