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ePub Werner Feiersinger: Sculpture download
Author:
Martin Janda
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978-3942405270
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394240527X
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Distanz (December 15, 2011)
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Browse the latest artworks, exhibitions, shows by Werner Feiersinger. Galerie Martin Janda. Exhibitions 1. Ended. On Artland you can find art for sale, browse 3D gallery exhibitions and much more.

Untitled (Baratti), 2011. Untitled (Chandigarh), 2013.

Foto: Werner Feiersinger, Courtesy Galerie Martin Janda, Wien For more than a decade he has exhibited his sculptures and photographs, and has also been responsible for a number of public sculptural.

Foto: Werner Feiersinger, Courtesy Galerie Martin Janda, Wien. In his work, Werner Feiersinger combines his knowledge of the history of art, design and architecture with a laconically reduced design vocabulary. Werner Feiersinger’s sculptural intervention alludes to the building in which it is shown, taking cues not only from the exhibition space, designed by Adolf Krischanitz, but also from architectural details of the building created by Karl Schwanzer and its immediate proximity to the Fritz Wotruba Private Foundation. For more than a decade he has exhibited his sculptures and photographs, and has also been responsible for a number of public sculptural interventions.

Werner Feiersinger: Sculpture Distanz Verlag, 2011 ISBN 978-3-942405-27-0 € 2. 0 (excl. Feiersinger is interested in the disruptions and contradictions that ambivalent objects and photographs of the well.

Werner Feiersinger Exhibition View, Galerie Martin Janda, 2016 Photo: Markus Wörgötter. Werner Feiersinger Untitled (Le Corbusier, Maison Planeix, Paris), 2007 colour photograph mounted onto dibond. Werner Feiersinger Untitled (Le Corbusier, Appartement, Paris), 2007 C-Print 157 x 125 cm. Werner Feiersinger Sculpture at Venetalm (Imsterberg), 2007 Steel, primer, varnish 500 x 800 x 220 cm. Werner Feiersinger Untitled, 2007 Steel, primer, cloth 100 x Ø 78,5 cm; 200 cm.

Galerie Martin Janda. Eschenbachgasse 11. Vienna, AT 1010.

Sixty years on, Feiersinger’s Chandigarh Redux constitutes a new chapter in the narrative

Sixty years on, Feiersinger’s Chandigarh Redux constitutes a new chapter in the narrative. This collection of his photographs-in which he looks at the city’s architecture with the keen eye of a sculptor-casts the work of Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Jane B. Drew, and E. Maxwell Fry in a new light. Feiersinger captures the architecture’s solid, sculptural qualities, as well as Chandigarh’s vivid atmosphere and virtuosity. Archcritik 2015-08-13). Martin Feiersinger is the founder of the architectural firm Martn Feiersinger Architekt in Vienna. Werner Feiersinger Untitled (Musmeci), 2015 Colour photograph mounted on dibond 157 x 125 cm. Werner Feiersinger Untitled, 2015 steel, primer 51 x 56 x 304 cm.

The work of Werner Feiersinger (b. Brixlegg, Austria, 1966) flirts with the status of designer object or architectural model, with the formal language of modernism and minimal art, without being absorbed by them. He is interested in disruptions and contradictions. His sculptures seem to imply an obvious use; they evoke associations of tools or mass-produced items until they turn out to be utterly non-functional. This book introduces Feiersinger’s recent work and elucidates his concern with questions of singularity, the relationship between object and space, and artistic manufacture in comparison to industrial production.