Dieter Huber

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Born (1962-08-04) August 4, 1962 (age 61)
Schladming (Austria)
Alma materUniversity Mozarteum Salzburg
OccupationVisual Artist

Dieter Huber (* August 4 1962 in Schladming (Austria)) is an Austrian visual artist. He is internationally recognized as a pioneer of computer-generated imagery and as an advocate of art with socially relevant content.


Huber studied from 1980 to 1985 at the University Mozarteum Salzburg, stage design, costume design and theater painting.[1] Following his studies, he worked as a freelance artist in Vienna and Salzburg. His concepts, works and projects have been published in more than two dozen individual publications as well as numerous books, catalogs and art magazines worldwide. In addition, the artist worked as a designer of art books, websites, exhibitions, museum concepts, lighting design, guidance systems, typography, editor and curator of exhibitions.


Huber deals with socially relevant content, which, after extensive research, is realized and published in work cycles using various artistic techniques (digital works, objects, installations, mobiles, photography, painting, films, texts, typography). Since the mid-1980s, followed interventions in private and public spaces worldwide, mostly with texts. His projects on manipulation, genetic engineering, pleasure, or individual and social change have been shown in exhibitions worldwide and works have been included in private and public collections.

In addition to his professional work as a freelance visual artist, Huber is also involved in social projects that use art to address themes such as flight/migration ("Mare Morto"[2]), speed and automotive myths ("Zwischengas"[3]), abundance/waste/garbage ("Waste"[4]), global economy/money/power structures ("Assets+Claims"[5]), freedom and security ("#Safe"[6]), mind and spirituality ("Spirit"[7]), and love ("Amanti/Spiele der Liebe"[8]).

Solo exhibitions

  • 2023: Spirit, DomQuartier Salzburg
  • 2023: Smiling Damokles - Ein Lächeln für die Residenz, DomQuartier Residenz Salzburg, Salzburg
  • 2020: OnBoard - 24 Textarbeiten über Humor und Leichtigkeit, Lintex Showroom, Berlin
  • 2017: Firmament, Intervention, Puigderrós
  • 2015: Waste, Kunstraum pro arte, Hallein
  • 2014: Airborn, 2CforArt Gallery, Salzburg
  • 2012: Mare Morte, eborangalerie, Salzburg
  • 2010: Characters & Crowds, permanent project for Vulcanus Europe in public space, Salzburg
  • 2006: Klones & Airborn, Mario Mauroner Contemporary, Vienna
  • 2005: Pleasure Files, Symphonia Sgr, Milan
  • 2004: Computerworks & Paintings, Galleria Paolo Bonzano, Roma
  • 2001: Hortus Conclusus, permanent intervention, Neumarkt
  • 2000: Klones/Landshapes, Gallery Luis Adelantado, Valencia
  • 2000: Pleasure Files, 1000 eventi gallery, Milan
  • 1998: Public Space, Salzburger Kunstverein
  • 1998: Wir dürfen jetzt aufhören zu warten, Intervention, Palais Stutterheim, Erlangen
  • 1997: Klones, Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken
  • 1995: Marx Projekt Trier, Karl Marx House Trier
  • 1995: Klones, KunstRaum Trier
  • 1992: Viele mussten bluten bevor sie Bosse wurden, Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna
  • 1991: Atem, Colegio de Arquitectos, Malaga
  • 1990: Exilio Permanente, La Caixa Foundation, Valencia
  • 1989: Wunder, Photo portfolio with 7 triptychs, Fotohof Gallery, Salzburg


  1. Dieter Huber Biography in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  2. Mare Morto, Refugees, Stranded in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  3. "Zwischengas - Double-Clutch" in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  4. Waste in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  5. Assets+Claims in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  6. Securing Freedom. "#SAFE" - A new series of works by Dieter Huber in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  7. Spirit. Dieter Huber in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.
  8. Dieter Huber: Amanti in:, retrieved on June 23 2023.

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