Vaclav Pozarek SO

Vaclav Pozarek's play with meanings, levels of space and dimensions, with concept, model, and reality.

 

 

Title Information

Edited by Christoph Vögele, Kunstmuseum Solothurn. With essays by Susanne Bieri, Christiane Meyer-Stoll, and Christoph Vögele

1st edition

, 2015

Text English and German

Paperback

152 pages, 54 color and 18 b/w illustrations

21 x 28 cm

ISBN 978-3-85881-496-8

Content

Vaclav Pozarek was born in 1940 in the former Czechoslovakia and emigrated amid the uprisings of 1968, where he undertook an artistic education at Hamburg’s University of Fine Arts and London’s St. Martin’s School of Art. Today he lives in Switzerland and is regarded as one of the most significant figures in contemporary Swiss art.

This book, accompanying a solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Solothurn and designed by Pozarek himself, presents the most extensive survey to date of his drawings, sculptures, and installations of the past ten years, alongside essays by experts and curators exploring various facets of his work and analyzing his most recent exhibitions.

Authors & Editors

Susanne Bieri

 is Head of the collection of prints and drawings and the Federal Archives of historic monuments at the Swiss National Library in Bern.

Christiane Meyer-Stoll

 is a curator at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in Vaduz.

Christoph Vögele

, born 1957, has been curator of Kunstmuseum Solothurn since 1988.