Julya Rabinowich reads from her literary work. Elisabeth Kreuzhuber presents a guided tour of the exhibition women in print. Followed by a wine reception.

Julya Rabinowich, b. 1970, is an Austrian writer, playwright, artist and simultaneous interpreter, who lives in Vienna. She arrived in Vienna in 1977 from the Soviet Union. From 2006 to 2011, she worked as a simultaneous interpreter in psychotherapy- and psychiatric consultations with refugees for the Diakonie and the HemayatCentre for Survivors of War and Torture. Since 2012, she has contributed a weekly column for the newspaper Der Standard. In 2018, she was awarded the Friedrich Gerstäcker Prize for her novel Dazwischen: Ich.

Julya Rabinowich succeeds in creating a fluent interplay between a diary monologue and narrative in an impressive novel about the life of a young refugee girl.
Jury verdict, Friedrich Gerstaecker Prize

Exhibition‚ women in print. Contemporary positions in printmaking from the edition The exhibition at the galeriekrems showcases twelve prints by the renowned Austrian female artists Andrea Bischof, Georgia Creimer, Gabriele Schöne, Anna Stangl, Gerlinde Thuma, Regina Zachhalmel, Helga Cmelka, Michela Ghisetti, Margit Hartnagel, Barbara Höller, Alina Kurnitsyna and Jelena Sredanovic.

The new publisher for hand-printed original art prints was co-founded by Krems art dealer Elisabeth Kreuzhuber and Nandita Reisinger-Chowdhury. The two art in print editions, entitled women I and women II, focus on the creative output of these female artists.

A collaborative project of Literaturhaus Europa with the Kulturamt of the City of Krems

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