Umut Yasat
Der Stapel 5

2017
acrylic, air, aluminum, ballpoint pencil, bronze, cardboard, charcoal, copper, cotton, crayon, felt, felt-tip pencil, foam, glass, hemp, ink, jute, lacquer, leather, messing, oil, paper, pencil, plastic, sand, stainless steel, steel, wax, wood
175 x 50 x 67 cm
69 x 20 x 23 in
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EUR 7.500 (+ VAT if applicable)

At first Umut Yasat's process encompassed tiding all of the artist’s previous works together and then it evolved into the agglomeration of not only works of art but also several everyday objects both meaningful and trivial. Yasat works on these sculptures until they reach his own height - a self-imposed limitation, which is merely a material necessity, since he cannot work on an endless Stapel without separating it into segments. Therefore, his sculptural pieces are in fact all parts of one continuous work of art, of one life-long Stapel.

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Serge Attukwei Clottey
Adam and Eve

2017
charcoal, pastel on paper
188 x 114 cm
74 x 45 in
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EUR 5.500 (+ VAT if applicable)

Clottey’s drawings, made of raw materials such as charcoal and pastel have a cubist quality but, unlike western modernism, Clottey’s perspective is not European. In his figures one sees that the artist is depicting his people, since these erotically charged images clearly show African men and women.

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Zachary Armstrong
Black Mask #1

2018
Glazed ceramic
28 x 20 cm
11 x 8 in
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USD 2.400 (+ VAT if applicable)

Armstrong’s works seem to contain a coded message about the person that created them, often referring to personal aspects of the artist’s life. However, with secret references to his personal universe, his works also evoke some larger context, such as the idea of American countryside, folk art, and the grand tradition of American and European modernism. One of the most particular aspects of Armstrong’s works is the texture-full encaustic technique, which gives the works a sculptural quality.

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