Klaus Lehmann – de Sade – 2012-2016, 23x30x14cm – Galerie Metzger Gallery Johannesberg Nachlass-Verwaltung Kunst Plastik Sculpture Art Ceramics

Klaus Lehmann

He was someone one met less at trade fairs and private viewings than in book shops. What does this tell us about Klaus Lehmann, who was long considered a “ceramist”? That his inter-ests were both wider and deeper than just supplying bowls and vases with aes-thetically pleasing forms and décor. Widely read in literature and philosophy, he was concerned with noth-ing less than the fundamental conditions and acts both of the material and of humankind …
Doris - Kaiser - Portrait

Doris Kaiser

A reduction to distinct shapes, minimal colour schemes and unspectacular materials allows for a differentiated, detailed tracking.

Beate Kuhn

Repetition and variation – along side the overrated element of innovation, these are the fundamental principles of the arts from tradition to avant-garde. The fact that, when asked about the genesis and origins of her work, German ceramist Beate Kuhn always made reference to Neue Musik in the 20th century as a source of inspiration, this is not merely a personal peculiarity of hers.
uwe loellmann chawan 2016 h9cm

Uwe Löllmann

The flames touch the vessels, the wood ash flies through the kiln, sticks on the clay and melts slowly to a glaze.
Xavier Toubes – Descriptions – 2018 – Galerie metzger gallery skulptur plastik art

Xavier Toubes

Ceramics seems clear, relevant, being at the same time in the periphery and in the contemporary; determined to be a thing in a time when most information is mediated, incredulous and unreliable.