Margit Orlogi

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Margit Orlogi

Margit Orlogi (* 1958 in Pocking / Lower Bavaria ) is a German stone sculptor and painter . Freelance since 1997, apprenticeship in Italy ( Carrara , Pietrasanta ), places of work: Lower Bavaria, traveling sculptor (stone centers worldwide).


Orlogi's works have been shown in exhibitions in Germany, Austria , Italy and Sweden . The series of works “Sculptural Painted Paintings and Objects” was created in 2011 in cooperation with the piano manufacturer Bösendorfer .

Exhibitions (excerpt)

  • 2002: "netWork", stone initiation large sculpture, Aidenbach.
  • 2003: "Prototypes", Künstlerhaus Salzburg.
  • 2003: “Cuore pesante”, sculptural dedication to Luciano Berio with Siegfried Mauser ( Straubing ), as part of the European Weeks Festival in Passau .
  • 2004: “Sculptures and Painting”, Vornbach Castle .
  • 2005: “networks”, Palazzo Camerata, Ancona, Italy.
  • 2005: “Sculptures and Painting”, Granitmuseum Hauzenberg Introductory text by Tilman Spengler , reading by Michael Tregor .
  • 2006: "Sculptures and Painting", Museum of Modern Art - Wörlen Passau Foundation , introduction by Tilman Spengler . Curator: Hans-Peter Wipplinger .
  • 2011: “Sculptural lacquer pictures”, world premiere and special exhibition of the series of lacquer pictures and objects, in collaboration with the piano manufacturer Bösendorfer , Bösendorfer Salon, Vienna.
  • 2012: “Being and Stone | OM ". Exhibition of six large sculptures as part of the 60th Festival European Weeks Passau on the campus of the University of Passau.
  • 2013: The town of Pocking acquires the stone stele "OM" and places it in front of the town hall in Pocking .
  • 2014: "Stele for the honorary grave of Hanns Egon Wörlen". Orlogi designed a 2.20 m high stone stele for the honorary grave of the museum donor Hanns Egon Wörlen, who died this year, in accordance with his wishes set out in his will .
  • 2015: “Moving stones with a brush”. Exhibition of stone sculptures and paintings as part of the 63rd Festival European Weeks Passau in the district gallery at Schloss Neuburg am Inn . The comprehensive show gave an insight into the far-reaching work of Margit Orlogi - sculptures made of stone of various origins and abstract, expressive, sometimes large-format paintings in exploding colors and a depth of unfathomable calm. For the first time in Bavaria, the artist is showing her unique sculptural lacquer pictures and objects in a special themed room, created in collaboration with the piano manufacturer Bösendorfer. An extensive, bilingual catalog was published for the exhibition with a witty introduction by Tilman Spengler . Laudation and welcome speech by Peter Baumgardt - Director of the Festival European Weeks Passau.
  • 2018: Krenweib in Josef Bierbichler's "Two Men in Suit"


  • Culture Prize of the District of Passau (2009)
  • Letter of honor from the city of Pocking for outstanding services to the city's cultural interests (2013)


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Exhibition in the Künstlerhaus Salzburg Website of the Salzburg Art Association. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  2. ^ Exhibition Palazzo Camerata Ancona, Italy Website Regiowiki / PNP. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  3. ^ Exhibition Granitzentrum Hauzenberg Website Regiowiki / PNP. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  4. ^ Margit Orlogi in the MMK-Passau Website of the MMK-Passau. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  5. ^ Sculptural lacquer pictures in the Bösendorfer Salon .
  6. ^ Festival European Weeks Passau 2012 - Large sculptures on the campus of the University of Passau .
  7. ^ Margit Orlogi OM City Hall Pocking
  8. ^ Tomb stele for Hanns Egon Wörlen - founder and donor of the MMK Passau - website Knerger Grabstätten Worldwide. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  9. ^ Exhibition Landkreisgalerie Schoß Neuburg Website of the district of Passau. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  10. Krenweib in Two Men in Suit Website indiekino. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  11. Culture Prize of the District of Passau Website Regiowiki / PNP. Retrieved November 24, 2018.
  12. ^ Letter of Honor from the City of Pocking Website City of Pocking. Retrieved November 24, 2018.