Timeline

1980
Born in Austria
1996–1998
Academy of Applied Art, Vienna, Austria, master class Marko Japelj (stage design, graphics)
1998–2000
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, master class Franz Graf (mixed media)
2004–2005
Artist in residence, International Artist's House Villa Concordia, Bamberg, Germany
2006
BMUKK scholarship Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
2007
MAK-Schindler scholarship Mackey Apartment House, Los Angeles

Exhibitions

2008
Ich ist eine andere, Galerie Momentum, Vienna
2008
Zenita Universe, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna (solo)
2008
Der Nabel der Welt, Galerie Konzett, Graz (solo)
2007
The tumult of the mighty harmonies, Schindler House, Los Angeles
2006
Erzählungen -35/65+, Kunsthaus Graz
2006
Ich liebe euch! Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna
2006
Chess multiple – operation capablanca, 200 pc ed. Artelier contemporary (multiples)
2006
My Empire is in the Air, Jonke yes! Academictheatre, Vienna (project)
2006
Erzählungen, Kunsthaus Graz
2006
Zenita Komad, Angelika Krinzinger, Christoph Raitmayr, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
2006
Zenita Grad, Regina Gallery, Moscow (solo)
2006
New Works, Galérie Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris (solo)
2006
One man show, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Art Brussels (solo)
2005
Zenita City, Operation Philidor, Kunsthalle Nexus, Saalfelden, Austria (solo)
2005
Lives and Works in Vienna II, Operation – Capablanca a chess opera!, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
2005
Superstars, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
2005
Lebt und arbeitet in Wien II (Operation Capablanca. Eine Schachoper), Kunsthalle Vienna
2005
Superstars, Kunsthalle Vienna
2004
Krinzinger Österreich - Künstler der Galerie, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna
2004
Festival Image (with Marina Abramovic´ and Otto Mühl), Vevey, Switzerland
2004
Faites l´impossible, book (100 copies), ed. Ralph Schilcher and Zenita Komad (project / multiples)
2004
Film – Operation – Capablanca (project)
2004
The Duty to be Happy (film), with Ignaz Kirchner, Peter Noever, Danielle Spera, Fatima Bornemissza, Peter Matic (project)
2004
Krinzinger Austria – Artists of the Krinzinger gallery, Vienna
2004
Festival Image with Marina Abramovic and Otto Mühl, Vevey, CH
2003
Freiraum, 4 Filme, MAK-nite, Museum of Applied Art, Vienna. A spatial staging based on a poem by Erich Fried (music: Nadir Gottberg) (solo)
2003
Mak-nite, based on a poem by Erich Fried, music by Nadir Gottberg, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna (solo)
2003
Symphony of the Joyous, a Lament, book (100 copies), ed. Ralph Schilcher and Zenita Komad (multiples)
2003
Mir träumt ich bin der liebe Gott, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna (solo)
2002
Converter Projekt 2, Living Art Museum Reykjavík, Iceland
2002
Guerre de nerfs (film), with Ignaz Kirchner and Fatima Bornemissza, pianist Luca Monti, Music by Nadir Gottberg (multiples)
2002
Requiem (with Ignaz Kirchner), Semper-Depot, Vienna (solo)
2002
Converter Projekt 2, Living Art Museum Reykjavik, Island
2002
A. s. a. p. (as soon as possible), Vienna
2002
Requiem, Semper Depot, Vienna, an installation with Ignaz Kirchner (solo)
2001
Unfriendly Take Over, in cooperation with Magnus Arnason, Nicos Arvanitis, Heiri Häfliger, Franz Graf
2001
Converter Projekt 1, Semper Depot, Vienna
2001
Converter Projekt 1, SemperDepot, Vienna
2001
Patricide (photographic cycle), production of a silk screen series in cooperation with Ralph Schilcher (project)
2001
An Action in Schloss Damtschach at the Orsini’s family residence (project)
2001
First Austrian football opera (project)
2001
Permanent installation at the museum of applied arts Vienna, maklove (project)
2001
Unfriendly Take Over Vienna
2000
Reisezeichnungen (with Franz Graf), Galerie Artelier Graz and Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna (solo)

Literature

Zenita Komad, New Works, Catalouge, Texte de Markus Mittringer, Suzanne Tarasiéve, Paris
Superstars, Superstars Von Warhol bis Madonna, ISBN 3-7757-1635-1
INTERVIEWS, Gerald Matt, Kunsthalle Wien/Vienna, Verlag Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, ISBN 978-3-86560-364-7
Erzählungen -35/65+, Zwei Generationen, Narratives -35/65+, Two Generations, Verlag Buchhandlung Walther König,Köln, Kunsthaus Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, ISBN: 978-3-86560-184-1
ZENITA KOMAD, OPUSIV, SELECTED WORKS, ZENITA UNIVERSE PRODUCTIONS, ISBN: 978-3-9502582-0-2