• Peter Mönnig

    Andreas Weiss; Neue Gesellschaft Für Bildende Kunst

    In two concurrent exhibitions, Cologne artist Peter Mönnig presented his sculptural principle of organized disorganization. His sculptures, following the exhibitions underlying concept, were always shown in related pairs—oppositional pairs, though this was not necessarily obvious on first view. The similarity between the paired objects resides in the more or less identical material used in their production, but it can also derive from a conceptual relationship between two sculptures.

    Accordingly, although the works are very seldom displayed directly next to one another, each of the sculptural

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