Special exhibitions

Werner Buenck: Gefäß, Foto: Christoph Sandig

10.11.2018–13.10.2019

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SCULPTURE 3rd

German and international ceramics since 1946

The artistic studio ceramics are among the most important and internationally prominent collection areas of the museum. Numerous groups of stocks, often based on donations, were presented in two large and widely acclaimed exhibitions already in 2008/2009 and 2013/14. Many excellent new additions to these exhibitions followed in the stock. They are the basis of the continued exhibition GEFÄSS/ SKULPTUR 3 and another comprehensive accompanying publication.

In ceramics, the artistic developments since the mid-twentieth century have been manifested in a variety and impressively. Forming power and glazing beauty are encountered. Time and again, the path from the vessel to the sculpture is chosen or the relationship between these two possibilities is explored.

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Klaus Schultze: o. T., Foto: Christoph Sandig
Heather Park: Schale mit Gäsenblümchen, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Beate Kuhn: Stachelgruppe, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Alessandro Gallo: „Passera“ („Spatz“), Foto: Christoph Sandig
Antje und Rainer Doss: Kumme, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Beate Kuhn: „Reihung“, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Elke Sada: Vase „Capriccio“, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Ingeborg und Bruno Asshoff: Flachovales Gefäß, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Ken Eastman: „Falling into place“, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Werner Buenck: Gefäß, Foto : Christoph Sandig
Kari Brovold Hagen: Offene Form, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Klaus Lehmann: Kubus mit Bleieinlagen (251-78), Foto: Christoph Sandig
Otto Meier: Bauchige Enghalsvase, Foto: Christoph Sandig
Ursula Morley-Price: Gefäßobjekt mit Lamellen, Foto: Christoph Sandig