Rosa Rendl

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Rosa Rendl. Rejection. Kunstraum Weikendorf 2020

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Rosa Rendl. Response. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Opportunity. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Idyll. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Ego. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Kartell. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Cocktail Set. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Bomann. 2019

 

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Rosa Rendl. Glasses Still Life. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Pfaff. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Table Still Life. 2019

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah I. 2016

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah II. 2016

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah III. 2016

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah IV. 2016

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah V. 2016

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah VI. 2019

 

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Rosa Rendl. Bored. 2015

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Rosa Rendl. Hannah Diamond. 2015

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Rosa Rendl. Fade-out. 2015

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Rosa Rendl. Stay Calm 2. 2014

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Rosa Rendl. Stay Calm 1. 2014

Rosa Rendl

Rosa Rendl (*1983) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vienna. She studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute Vienna and is a graduate of photography at the University of the Arts London. Within her multidisciplinary practice, Rendl works primarily with photography, music and fashion. She has been part of the experimental pop duo LONELY BOYS for ten years and wanders between the fields of music and the visual arts as a singer, producer and classically trained pianist. Her debut solo single "Okay Now" and her solo album “Opportunity Lover” were recently released, in which a unique form of immediacy is created through fragility and reduction. As a designer she is the founder of RENDL Swimwear.

In her photographs Rendl negotiates the modes of production and emotional states at odds, when placing herself, the artist, as subject. Her photographic work often shows personal situations mobilized with a kind of romantic conceptualism. They provide insight into the personal order of the artist whilst alluding to a privacy that no longer exists. Rendl‘s collages and photographic installations are subtle, analytical, poetic and political at the same time. She has exhibited in both public and private spaces, such as Belvedere 21 Museum of Contemporary Art (Vienna), Neuer Essener Kunstverein (Essen), Georg Kargl Fine Arts (Vienna), KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), Halle für Kunst Lüneburg (Lüneburg), Salzburger Kunstverein (Salzburg), and Bodega (New York) amongst others.