The Looking Sideways art show opened on Wednesday evening, March 21 at the Vans Wangl Tangl in Mayrhofen, Austria.
A few hundred snowboarders, skaters, and art-lovers checked out a gallery with international artists including Blaise Rosenthal, Ed Templeton, Tristan Huber, Corey Smith, Schoph, Danny Wainwright, and Danny Larsen.
“It’s been great to be part of a show that brings together such a strong line-up of artists and it’s pretty amazing to see everyone’s different styles,” said Schoph, one of the artists who used the occasion to premiere a new work entitled, Dead Questions in the Eyes.
Schoph’s new piece was a big hit as many attendees came to specifically to see his abstract, mixed-medium painting which featured several interpretations of eyes.
“I’ve been in plenty of shows,” Schoph added. “But the Looking Sideways crew has definitely raised the bar in terms of the space and the quality of the work.”
The art show was a great kick-off to the 10th Anniversary of the Vans Wangl Tangl, which combines snowboarding, skating, music, and art for a week-long celebration that brings people together from all over the world in Austria.
Check out more photos from Looking Sidewayshere.