julia mangold: waxed steel wall and floor sculptures, 1994 - 2002
at a time of universal distraction and overexposure to images julia mangold's uncompromising work is a source of intellectual strength. her objects are of an almost classical beauty due to their proportions and surface. massive in their substance they are nevertheless seemingly remote. in their reduction, their purity, their equanimity and their sensuous, emotional aura the sculptures offer an experience of extraordinary perception.
petra giloy hirtz
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