Marlene Jochem

DIE SPRACHE DER DINGE

Angewandte Kunst der Lotte Reimers-Stiftung im Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern


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192 pages
21.5 × 28.5 cm, approx. 200 ills. Hardcover.
German

38,00 incl. VAT



ISBN 978-3-89790-601-3 Categories: ,

Overview

In addition to her life’s work in ceramic art, the artist, gallerist and collector Lotte Reimers (b. 1932) has compiled a fascinating collection of applied art from other disciplines. With 132 objects, Die Sprache der Dinge (The Language of Things) presents jewelry, metal and textile design, leather- and woodwork, paper art, and one-offs in glass. The collection, which has grown over decades, reflects Lotte Reimers’s own unique collecting style: aside from personal taste, quality in form and craftsmanship is an essential criterion for inclusion.
The things themselves enter a polyphonic and exciting dialogue in their multiplicity and individuality. Die Sprache der Dinge is an invitation to all aficionados of applied art to enter Lotte Reimer’s world of collecting.

Selected artists: Gudrun Arp, Berthold Hoffmann, Svenja John, Kristiina Karinen, Ulla and Martin Kaufmann, Elisabeth Krampe, Heinrich Andreas Schilling, Ulrike Scriba, Silke Trekel, Jörg F. Zimmermann

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