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Tamara Grüner: Pasticcio

Exhibition  /  20 Apr 2013  -  04 May 2013
Published: 16.04.2013
Gallery Marianne Heller
Management:
Marianne Heller
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Intro
On the occasion of the Long Night of Museums in Heidelberg and at the same time with the exhibition of the ceramicist Gordon Baldwin the Gallery Marianne Heller shows jewelry art by Tamara Grüner.

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Tamara Grüner
On the occasion of the Long Night of Museums in Heidelberg and at the same time with the exhibition of the ceramicist Gordon Baldwin the Gallery Marianne Heller shows jewelry art by Tamara Grüner.

The term Pasticcio is used in the history of art to describe works of art being composed of existing elements and parts which then form a new harmonious creation. That’s exactly what happens in the work of Tamara Grüner. We recognize a lot of the individual elements. We can relate them to the corresponding eras but we realize the intensity of the contemporary creation in their combination.
She gets enthused by the opulence and splendor of the shapes and ornamentation. Her clear analytic way of regarding things prevents her from immerging completely but to maintain a critical distance that is necessary to create the suspension an orginary work needs. The mixture of intensive and serious discussion about material, shape and history, the humour that twinkles from time to time and the skill to transform supposed old-fashioned things or kitsch into a modern style make the jewellery of Tamara Grüner to something very special – the finest Pasticcio.

Cornelie Holzach 

Remarks

Opening: on Saturday, 20th of April 2013, 5 pm, introduction by Cornelie Holzach, director of the Jewellery Museum Pforzheim.


Opening hours:
Tue. - Fri. 11:00-13:00 & 14:00-18.00
Sat. 11:00-18:00
Monday closed
Tamara Grüner. Brooch: Indian Siam, 2012. Historical metal pieces - blackened, silver, glass, steel. 6,6 x 8,3 x 2,9 cm. Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany. Tamara Grüner
Brooch: Indian Siam, 2012
Historical metal pieces - blackened, silver, glass, steel
6,6 x 8,3 x 2,9 cm
Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany
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Tamara Grüner. Necklace: Siam Light, 2011. Historical metal pieces - blackened, silver, glass. 16,4 x 8,0 x 40 cm. Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany. Tamara Grüner
Necklace: Siam Light, 2011
Historical metal pieces - blackened, silver, glass
16,4 x 8,0 x 40 cm
Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany
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Tamara Grüner. Necklace: Crystal Deep Green, 2012. Historical metal plate - blackened, glass, blackened silver. 15,5 x 5,3 x 43 cm. Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany. Tamara Grüner
Necklace: Crystal Deep Green, 2012
Historical metal plate - blackened, glass, blackened silver
15,5 x 5,3 x 43 cm
Photo: Alexander König, Pforzheim, Germany
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