Ursula Sax – Model & Reality: Realized and Unrealized Projects
11.9. – 21.11.2015


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View into the exhibition

View into the exhibition

View into the exhibition

Ursula Sax: competition draft for 'Looping'  – public sculpture realized in Berlin in 1992 – 1987/2014, 40,4 x 56 cm (edition of 30) Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 188 g/qm

Model of Looping  and view into the exhibition; model: 1987, 9 x 30 x 16,5 cm, wire, paint, wood; on loan from Berlinische Galerie – Landesmuseum für Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur (donation by the artist 2011)

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Faltung überzwerch, 1970, 28,8 x 22 x 13,8 cm, bronze

Geviert, 1967, 20 x 39 cm x 47,4 cm, iron; private collection

Geviert, 1967, 20 x 39 cm x 47,4 cm, iron; private collection

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Model for a fountain in Berlin-Zehlendorf, 1974, 12,3 x 43 cm x 30,5 cm, bronze; private collection

Brettspiel Stadt II, 1971, 10,1 x 19,1 x 17,3 cm, bronze, polished

Model for a walk in large sculpture – competition work– 1974, wax, lenght aprox. 40 cm; photo: Reinhard Friedrich 1974;  on loan from Berlinische Galerie – Landesmuseum für Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur (donation by the artist 2011)

Model for a walk in large sculpture, 1974/2015, digital print, Ursula Sax and Bjørn Mündner

Räumliche Skzizze, 1975, 8,8 x 16,2 x 16,4, bronze; private collection

Stabstruktur, 1986, ca. 35 x 35 x 48,5 cm, wood

View into the exhibition (Garten-Salon)

Arabeske, 1992, 58 x 49 x 39 cm, iron

Arabeske, 1992, 58 x 49 x 39 cm, iron

View into the exhibition with a screen for the Video documentation of Geometrisches Ballett, Raummesser UX35, gegeneinanderüber and Planetenlauf.

Documentation (video) 2011 of the installation of Raummesser UX35 at the Albertinum in Dresden. Parallel photographed by Friedewalt Degen

Documentation (video) of Geometrisches Ballett (Hommage à Oskar Schlemmer), 1990, Studiobühne of Akademie der Künste

View into the exhibition (Garten-Salon)

View into the exhibition (Garten-Salon)

Derwisch, 1988, 89 x 87 x 40,5 cm, aluminium, enamel varnish

O. T. (Blaue Hängeskulptur), 1984, ca. 70 x 73 x 73 cm, wood, blue paint; private collection

View into Kleine Kabinett

View into Kleine Kabinett

View into Kleine Kabinett

View into Kleine Kabinett

View into Schaulager

View into Schaulager

Draft for a lift tower for a  residential building in Berlin, 1979, 62 x 62 cm (paper size), paper collage, graphite

View into Straßen-Salon

View into Straßen-Salon

Cosmometrie 3, 2010, ca. 190 x 78 x 40 (variable), iron

Cosmometrie 3 (detail), 2010, ca. 190 x 78 x 40 (variable), iron

Model for an abstract large sculpture in Dresden, 1996, 23,5 x 8 x 2,7 cm, cardboard, paint

Model for Turm der Winde, 1992, 23 x 20 x 29 cm, wire and spinnaker; private collection

almenodue – first commission work of the artist – 1957, 250 x 207 cm x 18 cm, iron; this early work was restored and newly painted under the custody of the artist; on loan by the Studentenwerk Berlin    

O. T. (portfolio-edition with 10 exemplars with 10 etchings and one cover sheet with a poem by Ferenc Jadl), 1994, each sheet 53,5 x 39 cm, etching on hand-made paper in linenbox (65 x 50,2 x 2,8 cm)

O. T. (portfolio-edition with 10 exemplars with 10 etchings and one cover sheet with a poem by Ferenc Jadl), 1994, each sheet 53,5 x 39 cm, etching on hand-made paper in linenbox (65 x 50,2 x 2,8 cm)

Einerlei = Zweierlei, 1996, 10,8 x 13,5 x 12 cm and 10,4 x 13 x 11,5 cm, iron

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