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Kurt Philipp (born July 11, 1928) is an Austrian painter.
As a young boy he was fascinated with the everyday life around him and the historical events he was witness to, including the war, and the occupation of Austria. He drew street scenes as well as military hardware. Some of his works covered surfaces of up to 500 square meters, but only survived until the next rain.
Kurt Phillip is best known for his small format, often postcard size, psychologically charged suburban landscapes. He has traveled the world and painted many cities, including Paris, New York City, Salzburg, San Francisco, and his hometown Vienna.
Together with fellow artists from Austria he took part in a documentary film titled "Vincent lives", a tribute to the great Vincent van Gogh.
He is a member of the International Club of visual artists "Art/Diagonal".
- 2008 Gallery Maegle, Vienna; Small Gallery, Vienna
- 2007 Gallery Artmark, Bad Aussee, Styria
- 2006 Small Gallery, Vienna; Gallery at Salzgries
- 2005 Gallery G, Olomouc, Czech Republic; Passage Gallery – Iwonicz Zdroj, Poland
- 2004 Gallery 7, Eisenstadt; M-art Gallery, Vienna; Old Town Hall Gallery, Tyrol; Gallery Maegle
- 2003 Small Gallery, Vienna
- 2002 M-art Gallery, Vienna
- Kurt Philipp – Vienna, Paris, Salzburg, Publisher Edition Weihergut Gallery, Salzburg
- Kurt Philipp – The cities of the world, Etgenverlag
- Kurt Philipp – Between madness and meaning, self-published
- Kurt Philipp – Worldviews, Edition artco
- Fuchs – The Painters of the 20th century
Prizes and awards
- 1958 Silver Medal of the City Paris
- 1956 Main Prize for discovered talents, Künstlerhaus, Vienna
- 1975 Prize for "Woman in the Mirror", Künstlerhaus, Vienna
- 1982 Grand Prize, Innsbruck
- 1982 Grand Prize, "Cultural Association of favourites", Vienna
- GmbH, Die Wiener Volkshochschulen. "Herzlich willkommen - Die Wiener Volkshochschulen". www.vhs.at.
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