Astrid Becksteiner-Rasche / Günter Eichberger / Heike Endter / Günther Holler-Schuster



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320 pages
24.5 x 31 cm, ca. 340 ills.
English / German

 48,00 incl. VAT

September 2021

Museum for History / Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz (AT), 16.10.—12.12.2021
ISBN 978-3-89790-633-4 Category:


As early as the 1970s, Wolfgang Rahs (*1952) was inspired by the avant-garde art scene in Graz by the contemporary art festival Steirischer Herbst and the Forum Stadtpark collective, one of the action groups and joint ventures of artists from different genres; he is also member of the artists’ union Gruppe 77. Educated in metalcraft and goldsmithing at the Ortweinschule in Graz, Rahs alternates in his works between jewelry, installation, performance, and processual pieces—free works that reflect the concept of jewelry in an all-embracing manner. His examination of myths (Skythisches Stillleben), of conditions he encounters (Verdammte Brosche), and of his own existence (Mauspfad Köln) plays a key role. An impressive publication on this exceptional artist whose work challenges and therefore expands our traditional understanding of jewelry.

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