Helga Von Zeppelin

Country: Switzerland
 

Title:  New York

Medium: Aluminum, fabrics, and acrylic

Size: 250 x 65 cm





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Von Zeppelin's art objects integrate to a whole the confrontation of textile and metal, the tension between matter and transparency, and the contradiction of creative steps. It is her aim to step out of the speechlessness of abstract art. In her opinion, abstract art is the most comprehensive form of communication. In her life, Von Zeppelin gives special emphasis to integration, communication, and change.

Her selected solo exhibitions include: Hohe Haus, Konstanz, Germany, 1990; Mitsu Art Center, Florida, 1989; Goethe Institut Dublin, Ireland, 1986; Städtische Kunstgalerie Tokio, Japan, 1985; Galerie Santica, Santica Town, Kobe, Japan, 1985; Städtische Kunstgalerie Itami, Japan, 1985; Galerie Amano, Osaka, 1984; Goethe Institut Kyoto, Kyoto, 1984; Comité d'Animation Culturelle Centre Pompidou) Sophia Antipolis, France, 1980; Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin, 1979; Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany, 1978; and Galerie am Zoo, Berlin, 1978.

Her selected group exhibitions include: Les Artistes Français - Salon 1994, Espace Eiffel-Branly, Paris, 1994; Société des Artistes Français, Grand Palais, Paris, 1993; Contemporaines Peinture & Sculpture, Grand Palais, Paris, 1993; Salon d'Art, Mantes-la-Jolie, France, 1992; Biennale Grand Palais, Paris, 1992; Kurfürstliches Schloss, Mainz, Germany, 1982; Galerie Scheidegger, Zürich, Switzerland, 1988; and Kunstszene Rote Fabrik, Zürich, 1981.
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