Marco Simonis is featuring Reinhold Ponesch in their July Newsletter
The NÖN Amstetten is featuring the art project at the Stift Ardagger in Lower Austria.
The Austrian Magazine VOR is reporting about Reinhold Ponesch's current exhibition 'Mapping my thoughts'.
The Austrian Art Magazine PARNASS is announcing Reinhold Ponesch's exhibition 'Mapping my thoughts'.
The daily newspaper DER STANDARD is announcing Reinhold Ponesch's exhibition 'Mapping my thoughts'.
The daily newspaper DIE PRESSE featured our flat and our studios in Vienna in their Saturday issue on 10th March 2018 and on Sunday 11th March 2018.
Click her: DIE PRESSE for the online link.
...the daily newspaper DER STANDARD - Rondo, 14th April 2017:
"Ein Paar fragen" ... a special couple captured by a STANDARD photographer at a flea market at the Lichtensteinpark in Vienna.
It was a nice small talk with a young creative photographer.
A COLOURFUL WORLD OF PAINTINGS AT THE HERRENHAUS
Gallery curator Gerhard Hainfellner, art critic and historian Nina Binder, artist Reinhold Ponesch and culture city councillor Peter Spicker at the opening of R. Ponesch exhibition at the Herrenhaus in Ternitz.
Amongst the guests were city council Karl Plötzelbauer, councilwoman Brigitte Kögler as well as a large delegation of artists.
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Organiser Gerhard Hainfellner, Nina Binder, Reinhold Ponesch and culture city councillor Peter Spiecker.
LARGE SCALE PAINTINGS AT THE HERRENHAUS
The first exhibition opening at the Alten Herrenhaus , where Reinhold Ponesch was showing his large scale paintings, was beginning with a moment of silence for Ernst Mayerhofer.
He was introduced by the art historian Nina Binder. The culture city councillor Peter Spicker welcomed to the opening (the exhibition is running till 14th April) city manager Gernot Zottl, city councillor Karl Pölzlbauer, GR Brigitte Kögler, GR Christa Wallner, Guido Kurz, Yazdi and Waliollah Aschraf, Johann Maierhofer, the artists Sonja Stickler, Christine Haiden, Monika and Walter Holzbauer, Norbert Völkerer, Franz 'Biber' and Busaba Streibinger, Werner Halbauer, Peter Ledolter, Manfred Gardere and Herwig Kienzl.
SPECIAL FORCES ARTIST IN CITY GALLERY
Ternitz: The city gallery at the Herrenhaus is starting the exhibition season with the Bregenzer painter Reinhold Ponesch. His painting work started during his time in the special forces unit Cobra and he decides 2004 to live only of art. The exhibition 'Changing World' will open on Wednesday, 29th March at 7pm.
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Reinhold Ponesch in action. His art is moving between the border of figure and and abstraction, streetart is visible in his work. He lives and works as a painter in New York and Vienna.
REINHOLD PONESCH 'S PAINTING 'YES, WE CAN' IS FEATURED IN THE INTERVIEW WITH...
...AUSTRIAN GRADUATE JULIA JELINEK AT THE LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION
For full interview please visit the London College of Fasion Website.
or download below.
Viennese Art Blog KEK
Art critic Mag. Nina Binder reviews Reinhold Ponesch latest exhibition LIVING DIVERSITY at the Wohnsalon Schwertgasse, Vienna.
For the full article please click the image on the left.
Reinhold Ponesch was running a painting course at a primary school in Schwadorf, Lower Austria. He was very impressed with the amazing paintings of all the pupils. Special thanks to the principal Sabine Nackel and the teachers of the all the participating classes.
Source: Newspaper NÖN Bruck an der Leitha ,30th November 2016
MOTLEY PAINTING EXPERIENCE
He is pursuing his artistic activities in Vienna and New York, now he stops at a Primary School in Schwadorf. Reinhold Ponesch was conducting a painting experience with pencil, charcoal and wax crayons with pupils of the third and fourth grade. Thereby funny artworks were emerging. The pupils had to paint with their neigbours once with the right and once with their left hand and once withouth looking at the sheet of paper.
Interview with the daily newspaper STANDARD in July 2016.
TV Night Talk "STÖCKL" on 30th June 2016
In May 2015 Reinhold Ponesch moves his studio to Vienna's first Charity Gallery.
You will be able to watch him painting through the shopping windows.
You can become a part of the painting. Bring some objects, pictures... and Reinhold will use them in his paintings.