Thomas Schütte

Thomas Schütte: In Medias Res

September 16, 1999 - June 18, 2000

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Thomas Schütte's "In Medias Res" is the third installation of this three-part presentation. It concentrates on the motif of the human figure in his recent work. Part I, entitled "Scenewright" (September 24, 1998, through January 24, 1999), focused on issues relating to scenography and theater. Part II "Gloria in Memoria" (February 4, 1999, through June 13, 1999) concentrated on the motif of the human figure in his recent work.

 

Checklist

Height precedes length precedes width

1. Urns, 1999
Ceramic
Dimensions variable
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

2. Ceramic Sketches, 1997-1999
Ceramic:
Dimensions variable
Steel shelf:
79 x 396 x 234 inches
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

3. Green Head, 1997
Ceramic:
16 x 39 x 19 inches
Drawings:
Pen, ink, paper
Each 20¼ x 16 3/8 inches (framed)
Collection of the artist

4. Head (Red), 1997
Ceramic:
16 x 39 x 19 inches
Drawings:
Pen, ink, paper
Each 22¾ x 18¼ inches (framed)
Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg

5. Knots, 1999
Pen, ink, paper
Each 22¾ x 18¼ inches (framed)
Collection of the artist

6. Mirror Drawings, 1998-1999
Pen, ink, paper
Each 19½ x 15¾ inches (framed)
Collection of the artist

7. Steel Woman I, 1998
Steel
60 x 97½ x 48¾ inches
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

8. Steel Woman II, 1999
Steel
51 x 97½ x 48¾ inches
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

9. Steel Woman III, 1999
Steel
54 x 97½ x 48¾ inches
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

10. Steel Woman IV, 1999
Steel
40 x 97½ x 48¾ inches
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

 
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