1 edition of Monika Sosnowska found in the catalog.
|Statement||[texts by Juliusz Sokołowski, Andrzej Turowski, and Genevieve Hanson and Gustav Hoiland]|
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Monika Sosnowska’s (* in Ryki, Poland) monumental work, Tower (), was inspired by designs of the iconic modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The artist begins with a steel section and twists it out of shape to create a sort of reclining figure, a lyrical sculptural object that usurps perfect structural engineering. Monika Sosnowska is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Monika Sosnowska and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected.
Monika Sosnowska. Last Day of Exhibition: Wed, September 30th, Cahiers d’Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition of the work of Monika Sosnowska. Focusing on paper models the artist has created since as well as models produced during a three- month residency at . Cahiers d’Art magazine is presenting a solo exhibition by Monika Sosnowska in her spaces on Rue du Dragon until September The exhibition consists of models of works that the artist created during his three-month residency at Atelier Calder in Saché as well as models of works dating from It follows, as always, the [ ].
Recent projects include a new publication with Esther Shalev Gerz and an essay on Monika Sosnowska for the book Arcade, Artists and Place-Making. She is currently researching the impact of Darwin on contemporary art for the University of Edinburgh’s contribution to the Darwin celebrations. Polish sculptor Monika Sosnowska's (born ) monumental work, Tower (), a reproduction frame twisted to look like a reclining figure, was inspired by the iconic modernist architect, Mies van der Rohe. This publication follows Sosnowska's process from the initial idea Pages:
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Recent upheavals and rapid changes in Eastern Europe have clearly left their mark on Monika Sosnowska's work. The traces of bygone utopias and recent cultural fissures in cities like Warsaw have proven a fertile ground for the materials from which the sculptor formulates her walk-in installations--as seen in recent exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and atPages: Get this from a library.
Monika Sosnowska. [Monika Sosnowska; Adam Szymczyk; Heidi Zuckerman; Jacob Proctor; Ryan Shafer; Maria Gough; Aspen Art Museum (Aspen, Colo.)] -- This publication offers a definitive, career-spanning exploration of Polish sculptor Monika Sosnowska (born ), known for manipulating ordinary forms and spaces into fascinating and often.
Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sosnowska, Monika, Monika Sosnowska. Köln: Walther König ; [New York. Monika Sosnowska. Published by Aspen Art Press. Text by Maria Gough, Adam Szymczyk, Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson.
This publication offers a definitive, career-spanning exploration of Polish sculptor Monika Sosnowska (born ), known for manipulating ordinary forms and spaces into fascinating and often disorienting new configurations.
Monika Sosnowska. Monika Sosnowska (Polish, born in Ryki, Poland) currently lives and works in Warsaw. The artist studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland, from toand the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam from to Monika Sosnowska Paperback – January 1, by Monika Sosnowska (Author) › Visit Amazon's Monika Sosnowska Page.
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This publication offers a definitive, career-spanning exploration of Polish sculptor Monika Sosnowska (born ). Polish sculptor Monika Sosnowska's (born ) monumental work, "Tower" (), a reproduction frame twisted to look like a reclining figure, was inspired by the iconic modernist architect, Mies van der Rohe.
This publication follows Sosnowska's process from the initial idea through intermediate steps of fabrication. are the source, and modern architecture is the subject, of Polish artist Monika Sosnowska's Tower, on display until October 25 at Hauser & Wirth on West 18th Street.
The artist has taken the facade – everything in front of the structural steel, fireproofing and floors – built it at full scale and then distorted it beyond recognition.
27 Oct - Explore evandemas's board "Monika Sosnowska", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Monika sosnowska, Installation art and Sculpture pins. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Monika Sosnowska: Tower (Hardcover) at Monika Sosnowska’s sculptural language emerges from a process of experimentation with, and the appropriation of, construction materials such as steel beams, concrete, reinforcing rods and pipes.
These elements – the solid and rigid foundations of buildings – are manipulated and warped, taking on an independence in which their former. Monika Sosnowska's Habitat references Soviet-era Warsaw, including the brutality, boredom, and hardness of its architecture and urban features forged from concrete and steel.
Monika SosnowskaFir TreeDoris C. Freedman PlazaCentral Park, Fifth Avenue and Sixtieth Street, New York, NYOcto –Febru The Polish artist Monika Sosnowska’s Fir Tree (), a public sculpture temporarily set in a wintery cityscape where the southeastern corner of Central Park meets midtown Manhattan, is anything but what its.
GLASGOW The Modern Institute There’s a visual contradiction at the heart of Monika Sosnowska’s new series of sculptures (on view through September 7, ). Her mangled steel structures are precisely arranged, hanging on the walls, dangling from the ceiling, and resting imposingly on the concrete floor; they also exude newness with their pristine coats of black paint.
(Quoted in Monika Sosnowska, exhibition catalogue, Schaulager Baselp) Having conceptualised a project, Sosnowska typically creates small-scale macquettes, made from paper and board, which are then realised in painted steel, cement or rubber by specialist technicians in. GLASGOW The Modern Institute There’s a visual contradiction at the heart of Monika Sosnowska’s new series of sculptures (on view through September 7, ).
Her mangled steel structures are precisely arranged, hanging on the walls, dangling from the ceiling, and resting imposingly on the concrete floor; they also exude newness with their pristine coats of black paint.
Monika Sosnowska’s work explores the psychological impact of architectural space. Interested in the way that architecture can influence behaviour and, on a larger scale, help shape society and reflect political ideologies, the artist uses familiar architectural elements and materials to create disorientating installations, spaces and objects.
Lucy Sosnowska is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Lucy Sosnowska and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. Monika Sosnowska’s sculptural and architectural works take up specific forms and spaces and manipulate them into disorienting, often only barely recognizable new configurations.
Inher widely acclaimed project for the Venice Biennale, Sosnowska compressed the steel skeleton of a Communist-era housing block and crammed its twisted. Courtesy of Monika Sosnowska and Cahiers d’Art As people drifted in and out of the Cahiers d’Art gallery space and headquarters at 14 rue du Dragon on Paris’ Left Bank last night, Staffan Ahrenberg and Alexander S.
C. Rower commenced the second leg of what has serendipitously shaped up to be a three-part Calder : Amy Verner.Monika Sosnowska, 'Tower', Photo: Gustav Holland With portions of its history lost in competing narratives of war and occupation, the past in Eastern Europe has persisted in its effects on space: in the remnants of shifting borders, quick and haphazard urban development, cramped, clandestine interiors and now the visible effects of.Kshares Facebook80 Twitter8 PinterestK StumbleUpon57 TumblrSome of us bring the outdoors inside of our homes, offices and other buildings in the form of art that we have created or acquired and others make the world their canvas.