Photography by Max Rommel
Steel sheet, steel tube, wood & aluminum.
In spite of its modest size, this flask in the shape of a mango, adorned with gold, gems, and enameling, eloquently demonstrates the artistic standards and tastes of seventeenth-century Mughal India. Likely to have been created during the reign of Shah Jahan, the emperor who built the famous Taj Mahal, the flask expresses the Mughal […]
Sturdy, monumental, artfully rounded, richly adorned, and so weighty and well balanced that it could hardly be overturned, this dignified and useful inkpot can be seen as a poetic visual symbol of the empire inherited by Jahangir. If his father, Akbar, commissioned works of art as elements of a dynamic imperial vision, the son did […]
The complete writings of Sigmund Freud in twelve volumes (plus an additional volume published in 1993). In 1979 Mari designed also the complete writings of Anna Freud for the same publisher. The optical pattern produces identity and suggests the idea of going deep, related to psychoanalysis.
Birch, Masonite, Steel, Zinc Plated Steel, Laminate. 82.6 × 63.5 × 41.9 cm.
Opening: 5 November, 6pm Galerie Max Hetzler is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition with works by Konstantin Grcic at Goethestrasse 2/3. Known as one of today’s most important industrial designers, Konstantin Grcic creates designs that are characterised by simplicity and intelligibility of form and material, which at the same time provoke in a humorous […]