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"Gott weiß, was für Metaphysiken und Geometrien die Erfindung der Spiegel und des Fensterglases bei den Fliegen erzeugt haben mag!" Zitat Paul Valéry

Reinhard Klessinger (*1947) macht in seinen Arbeiten immer wieder auf die Doppeldeutigkeit von Reflexion als Widerspiegelung und geistiger Auseinandersetzung aufmerksam und schafft so ein besonderes Verhältnis zur Wahrnehmung des Umfelds und seiner Objekte.

Diesen Sonntag haben Sie die einmalige Gelegenheit mit dem Künstler in den Dialog zu treten. Im Anschluss an das Gespräch können Sie den Austausch mit Reinhard Klessinger gerne bei einem Glas Sekt in unserem Foyer weiterführen.

Komplettpreis: 5 Euro

Anmeldung unter: Tel. 0771.896689-0 oder info@museum-art-plus.com.

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In his works, Reinhard Klessinger (b. 1947) consistently draws attention to the dual meaning of the word reflection as mirroring and as intellectual engagement and, in so doing, fosters a special relationship to the perception of our surroundings and the objects we see.

In the current exhibition, the St. Blasien-born artist is showing works from 1987 and from the last two years. In both periods, Klessinger incorporated reflective materials as a sculptural element into his works. This ambivalence, of “digressing” into unfamiliar territory and being thrown back on one’s own point of view, is an essential characteristic of Klessinger’s work as a sculptor and draughtsman.

Speaker: Dietrich Roeschmann, Freiburg
Musical accompaniment: Ihor Pankiv, Trossingen University of Music

Admission free!

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17.11.2024 – 09.02.2025, in the 2-Raum

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Elsa Biston - Klanginstallation Musiktage

17.10. – 10.11.2024, in the 2-Raum

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Sandra Eades

09.06. – 06.10.2024, in the 2-Raum

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Reinhard Klessinger - zwischenzeitundraum zwischenraumundzeit

In his works, Reinhard Klessinger (b. 1947) consistently draws attention to the dual meaning of the word reflection as mirroring and as intellectual engagement and, in so doing, fosters a special relationship to the perception of our surroundings and the objects we see.

In the current exhibition, the St. Blasien-born artist is showing works from 1987 and from the last two years. In both periods, Klessinger incorporated reflective materials as a sculptural element into his works. This ambivalence, of “digressing” into unfamiliar territory and being thrown back on one’s own point of view, is an essential characteristic of Klessinger’s work as a sculptor and draughtsman.

God knows what kind of metaphysics and geometries the invention of mirrors and window glass may have generated for flies!

Paul Valéry

Dates

The following dates are scheduled for the exhibition:

Publications

A catalogue will accompany the exhibition.

The artist Takaya Fujii lives and works in Kyoto, the former capital of Japan, whose roots reach deep into Japanese traditions and culture.

Takaya Fujii studied at the Kyoto City Fine Art University as well as at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. With his works, he builds a bridge between traditional and contemporary art with Western influences. His use of salt in his work highlights the importance of the material as an ingredient in cleaning and conservation, and thus as key to longevity. The books shown in our exhibition have been extensively salted and thus preserved as a treasured piece of cultural heritage for the future of human history. The artist fuses two time-honoured traditional components – the mineral salt and the printed word – to create a gesamtkunstwerk that is as striking as it is poignant.

Please note: We take photographs during the event for the purpose of publication on our website www.museum-art-plus.com and our social media channels Facebook and Instagram. By attending the event, you consent to the publication of photos that include you. If you do not want this, please let our photographer or our staff know.