Galerie Krinzinger is an international contemporary art Gallery based in Vienna, Austria, presenting an international established and emerging program constisting of .... artists who are the base for the galleries activities.
Galerie Krinzinger was found in 1971 by Ursula Krinzinger in 1972 the gallery moved to Innsbruck and since 1986 it is located in Vienna’s first district. Today the Gallery is run by Ursula Krinzinger and her son Thomas Krinzinger.
In 2002 the Krinzinger Project House as an experimental exhibition space and as the first of four Artist in Residency locations opened its doors in the seventh district in Vienna. Since then the Gallery has founded the Krinzinger Residencies with further studios in Hungary, Sri Lanka, and Croatia.
Initially the Gallery was based on Viennese Actionism and international performance and body related art and a very early focus on feminist art. Since its early years the Gallery is producing and curating not only prominent Solo Exhibitions, but also thematic group exhibitions of historic importance, for example Zur Situation und Kreativität der Frau (1975), Artist Festival in Brdo (1976), Zur Definition eines neuen Kunstbegriffs (1979), Neue Strategien NYC I (1986), Manierismus subjektiv (1987), Fluxus subjektiv (1990), LAX (1992), UK Maximum Diversity (1998), Berlin Binnendifferenz (2000), post_modellismus (2005), curated by_ (2009–2020), to a passer by (2019), and a great number of renowned Solo Exhibitions with international artists represented by the gallery such as Marina Abramović, Atelier van Lieshout, Kader Attia, Gottfried Bechtold, Monica Bonvicini, Günther Brus, Chris Burden, Angela de la Cruz, Zhang Ding, Secundino Hernández, Martha Jungwirth, Waqas Khan, Brigitte Kowanz, Maha Malluh, Jonathan Meese, Otto Mühl, Hans Op de Beeck, Meret Oppenheim, Eva Schlegel, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Mithu Sen, Sudarshan Shetty, Daniel Spoerri, Gavin Turk, Erik van Lieshout, Martin Walde, Mark Wallinger, Zhang Wei, Lois Weinberger, Thomas Zipp. Since 1972 Galerie Krinzinger was participating at the most renowned global Art Fairs.
The Galleries principle is to promote the great and significant artists from its program and the dedication to support young new talents, cherishing the galleries global network of artists, curators and collectors.