Providing the title for the exhibition at the end of Lizzy Fidler’s stay in one of the Tyrol’s studios in Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is a green that was first named in the mid 19th century: Viridian Green, also known under its chemical name hydrated chromium oxide green (it was also in the mid 19th century that lithography was invented as a means of reproduction). One part of the exhibition showed 10 lithographic works entitled Hunter Green, Woodpecker Green, Jungle Green, Crocodile Green, Pond Green, Fern Green, Juniper Green, Emerald Green, Malachite Green and Viridian Green. Alongside the graphic artworks, Lizzy Fidler exhibited paintings in which she made reference to art-historical image traditions.
Salon and Opening: Fri 1 July 2016, 7 p. m.
Introduction: Univ. Prof. Dr. Markus Neuwirth
Duration of the Exhibition: 4 July – 6 July 2016
Opening Hours: Mon – Wed 10 a. m. – 7 p. m.
Location: Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen, Weiherburggasse 13, 6020 Innsbruck
6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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