Ute Huber-Leierer

Tel.: +43-(0)1-71133-4852
Email huber-leierer@uni-ak.ac.at


1959 born in Vienna
1977 – 84 studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna under Bazon Brock, Grete Rader-Soulek, Karl Lagerfeld, Jil Sander
1978 received first prize for bag design from The Austrian Federal Economic Chamber
1982 completed degree with Grete Rader-Soulek; received an honorary prize by the Federal Ministery of Economics and Research, presented by then-federal minister Hertha Firnberg
1984 moved to Dornbirn; became textile designer at FM Rhomberg (Dornbirn)
since 1986 freelance work
since 1997 lecturer for textile silkscreen print and serigraphy at the University of Applied Arts Vienna
since 2003 Staff Scientist at the University of Applied Arts Vienna
since October 2011 Head of Department for Textile Technology, University of Applied Arts Vienna

Exhibitions and Prizes in Austria and abroad

(among others:) 2014 "Epoca D'Arte – Epoca D'Amore", exhibition center at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Sala Terrena (P); catalogue: ISBN 978-3-9503563-3-5 

Current Project

since 2017: EILEEN GRAY – VILLA E1027
Sentier Massolin, 06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
Reconstruction of the textile surfaces at the villa
(E.1027 is the label used for the residence of Irish designer and architect Eileen Gray, which she planned together with the Romanian architect Jean Badovici. It was completed in 1929. There are no preserved textiles from this villa; the work is done exclusively on the basis of blackand white photographs from different archives.)