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I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.
Just a regular everyday normal David
‘Josephsohn / Märkli. A Conjunction’ an exhibition of works by the late Swiss sculptor Josephsohn (1920 – 2012) alongside the architectural drawings of his long-time friend, Swiss architect Peter Märkli (born 1953) opens this week at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. –
Taking its name from ‘La Congiunta’, an isolated museum designed by Märkli to house a number of Josephsohn’s bronze sculptures, the exhibition, curated by Niall Hobhouse, examines the intense and longstanding collaboration between these two powerful creative minds, exploring what two very different disciplines – sculpture and architecture – can offer the other as insight, and about the generosity and humanity of such an exchange. –
The exhibition brings together a selection of Josephsohn’s sculptures produced throughout his 60 year-long artistic career, as well as some of the artist’s works on paper, alongside a series of drawings by Peter Märkli. The material includes both artists’ early efforts to find distinctive creative voices.
‘Josephsohn / Märkli. A Conjunction’ opens Friday 29 September 2017, 6 – 8 pm at Hauser & Wirth Somerset on view through 1 January 2018.
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Image: Exhibition Installation, Galerie an der Stadthausgasse — Josephsohn Schaffhausen, 20 February 1978 © Simone Kappeler Photo: Simone Kappeler