In 2019, the Botín Centre celebrates the 25th anniversary of Itineraries, the annual exhibition that displays the work of the artists awarded the Botín Foundation’s Visual Arts Grant each year, which has been running since 1993.
Martha Jungwirth (born in Vienna in 1940) studied at the University of Applied Arts of Vienna in the class of Prof. Carl Unger. She taught in the same school between 1967 and 1977 and later at the International Summer Academy in 1991 and the Summer Academy in Berlin in 1992.
Some of her major solo and group exhibitions include: Essl Museum. Kunst der Gegenwart, Galerie Krinzinger Showroom, Vienna, Wirklichkeiten, Museum Liaunig, Neuhaus, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Kunsthalle Krems, Bank Austria Kunstforum, Wien, Schönes Klosterneuburg, Museum Moderner Kunst, Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Documenta (6th Edition), Fridericianum, Kassel, Secession, Vienna, Österreichischer Pavillon Expo 1967, Montreal, Die Jungen, Secession, Vienna.
Martha Jungwirth is represented in various European and American private collections, amongst them the Rubell Family Collection, Miami; the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia; the Albertina, Vienna; Mumok, Vienna; Lentos, Linz, Austria; Joanneum, Graz, Austria.
Martha Jungwirth lives and works in Vienna.