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Christiane Löhr 2 April – 20 June 2020
The sculptor Christiane Löhr (*1965), who lives in Cologne and Prato near Florence, is showing her first exhibition in Berlin. This will present a strong sculptural position that already achieved international success at the Venice Biennale in 2001. It is characterised by the consistent use of renewable materials. The works of the former master student of Jannis Kounellis made of grasses, seed stalks, horse hair and burdock are transparent, fragile, light and vulnerable. Architectural wonders in miniature format are created. Alongside them large-format drawings are on display.
Christiane Löhr, three little domes, 20077, plant stalks, courtesy the artist
2 July – 26 September 2021
At Haus am Waldsee, we have been delighted by Cragg‘s presence in the sculpture park for years. His yellow Outspan (2008) formed the signet of the house at the entrance until 2017. Since 2019, Versus (2011/19) has been welcoming our visitors. The sculptor rarely appears as a draughtsman. The exhibition shows works on paper from all creative periods since the 1980s and is complemented by selected sculptures. Cragg consistently makes micro- and macrocosmic energies visible.
There is hardly a contemporary interested in art who has not been sitting on chairs by Konstantin Grcic or used one of his tables or buckets. We present a renowned designer, now living in Berlin, who, like most industrial designers, often disappears behind the names of brand manufacturers. The exhibition tells stories that connect work and place and marks Grcic‘s first institutional solo exhibition in Berlin.
Konstantin Grcic, MAGIS Chair One, 2005, Photo: Florian Böhm