"Things in the rear-view mirror are closer than they appear"


Romanian Contemporary Art from the collection

of the MARe Museum of Recent Art and the H’art Gallery Bucharest

May 10th until July 2nd, 2021

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Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes

ART 9TEEN is a cooperation between the Viennese entrepreneur and art collector Alexander Varvaressos and the art collector and gallery owner Thomas Emmerling, who is the initiator and director of the Michelsberger Kunsthaus 7B in Transylvania.

About Art 9TEEN

The Artspace

Right in a hotspot of Vienna’s Elite district Döbling lies ART 9TEEN’s art space occupying an entire floor of a house built around 1900. On a total of 100+ sqm we present highlights of contemporary art from aspiring and internationally established artists as well as young talents. It is our mission to show modern and contemporary art and to make it come alive.

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The Artspace
The Eventspace

The Eventspace

ART 9TEEN is a new concept that will delight many. Art gallery on the one hand, event space on the other hand, ART 9TEEN combines the best of both worlds. ART 9TEEN offers space for companies who want to hold press conferences or training courses surrounded by art or for small private companies who want to enjoy private dinees surrounded by masterpieces.

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The Art Club

The main idea of a private arts club is that people from the art-sector are coming together for networking, exchange of experience and to enforce the cultural activities of a region. The club is open for everyone, enjoying art.

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The best way to Contemporary Art

Enjoy the most comfortable ways to buy Art from our selected portfolio. We hold small private view events under the guidance of our curator. For international customers we prepared the online gallery and provide video streams of the selected exhibits to interesting customers.

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We bring a new light to the world of contemporary art.

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