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Deceptively Ordinary Clay in New Light
Dan Flavin, untitled (to Lucie Rie, master potter) 1rrr, 1990, blue, green, yellow, and pink uorescent light, 6 ft. (183 cm) high and 2 ft. (61 cm) deep; 
© Stephen Flavin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Image Courtesy Rubin/Spangle Gallery.
 
The first exhibition to bring together the work of renowned American minimalist Dan Flavin and acclaimed European ceramists Lucie Rie and Hans Coper to open in Switzerland. 
 
On the view from December 19th through February 4th in Vito Schnabel Gallery, the exhibition will show the works of master potters in an unusual light, literally. Eighteen light works by Flavin dedicated to Lucie Rie and Hans Coper will be shown with a group of fifteen clay creations from his personal collection. Three artists, dramatically different medium, common artistic direction— establishing and redefining space, investigating issues of materiality, harmony, and permanence. See it all for yourself in the exhibition in a gallery with extensive program.
 
Hans Coper "Spade" form, c. 1965, T-material, layered porcelain slips, and manganese over a textured body.
8 1/8 x 4 3/8 inches (20.6 x 11.1 cm) © Estate of the Artist; Collection of the Estate of Dan Flavin
 
第一个聚集了著名美国极简主义者丹·弗莱文(Dan Flavin)和著名欧洲陶艺家(露西·里)Lucie Rie和汉斯·科勒(Hans Coper)的展览在瑞士开幕。
 
从12月19日到2月4日在维托·施纳贝尔画廊(Vito Schnabel Gallery),展览将以一种不同寻常的光线展示陶艺家的作品。由Flavin专门为Lucie Rie和Hans Coper制作的十八光作品将和他个人收藏的十五件陶土作品一同展出。三名截然不同的艺术家有着共同的艺术方向——建立和重新定义空间,研究物质性、和谐性和永恒性的问题。在一个拥有广泛计划的画廊展览中你可以看到这一切。
 
Lucie Rie, Footed bowl, c. 1986, Porcelain, golden manganese glaze with a turquoise ring and pink foot
4 3/4 x 10 3/8 inches (12.1 x 26.4 cm) © Estate of the Artist; Collection of the Estate of Dan Flavin.
Deceptively Ordinary Clay in New Light


Dan Flavin, untitled (to Lucie Rie, master potter) 1rrr, 1990, blue, green, yellow, and pink uorescent light, 6 ft. (183 cm) high and 2 ft. (61 cm) deep; 
© Stephen Flavin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Image Courtesy Rubin/Spangle Gallery.
 
The first exhibition to bring together the work of renowned American minimalist Dan Flavin and acclaimed European ceramists Lucie Rie and Hans Coper to open in Switzerland. 
 
On the view from December 19th through February 4th in Vito Schnabel Gallery, the exhibition will show the works of master potters in an unusual light, literally. Eighteen light works by Flavin dedicated to Lucie Rie and Hans Coper will be shown with a group of fifteen clay creations from his personal collection. Three artists, dramatically different medium, common artistic direction— establishing and redefining space, investigating issues of materiality, harmony, and permanence. See it all for yourself in the exhibition in a gallery with extensive program.
 
Hans Coper "Spade" form, c. 1965, T-material, layered porcelain slips, and manganese over a textured body.
8 1/8 x 4 3/8 inches (20.6 x 11.1 cm) © Estate of the Artist; Collection of the Estate of Dan Flavin
 
第一个聚集了著名美国极简主义者丹·弗莱文(Dan Flavin)和著名欧洲陶艺家(露西·里)Lucie Rie和汉斯·科勒(Hans Coper)的展览在瑞士开幕。
 
从12月19日到2月4日在维托·施纳贝尔画廊(Vito Schnabel Gallery),展览将以一种不同寻常的光线展示陶艺家的作品。由Flavin专门为Lucie Rie和Hans Coper制作的十八光作品将和他个人收藏的十五件陶土作品一同展出。三名截然不同的艺术家有着共同的艺术方向——建立和重新定义空间,研究物质性、和谐性和永恒性的问题。在一个拥有广泛计划的画廊展览中你可以看到这一切。
 
Lucie Rie, Footed bowl, c. 1986, Porcelain, golden manganese glaze with a turquoise ring and pink foot
4 3/4 x 10 3/8 inches (12.1 x 26.4 cm) © Estate of the Artist; Collection of the Estate of Dan Flavin.