• Heimo Zobernig

    Galerie Anselm Dreher

    Heimo Zobernig’s exhibition can be considered a summary of his artistic thinking since the early ’80s. These sculptures, which the artist refers to as “things,” look like an open box, or like a wallpiece, or like a bench. Zobernig combines the esthetic (manual execution, originality, and authenticity) with the everyday, functional object.

    There was one work in each of the four gallery rooms; an open-ended cubic “box” (a multiple of five), a “bench,” a “wall piece,” and “a group” of five upright parallelopipeds open at the front. Apart from the last work the interior of which is covered with black

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