Matthias Schaller - Leiermann

Art.Nr.: 11264

Erscheinungsjahr: 2. Auflage 2019

Verlag/Ort: Walther König

ISBN/Art.: 11264



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In the series Leiermann, artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

https://museovetro.visitmuve.it/en/mostre-en/mostre-in-corso-en/exhibition-matthias-schaller-leiermann/2019/03/18311/exhibition-3/
In the series Leiermann, artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

https://museovetro.visitmuve.it/en/mostre-en/mostre-in-corso-en/exhibition-matthias-schaller-leiermann/2019/03/18311/exhibition-3/
In the series Leiermann, artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

https://museovetro.visitmuve.it/en/mostre-en/mostre-in-corso-en/exhibition-matthias-schaller-leiermann/2019/03/18311/exhibition-3/
In the series Leiermann, artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

https://museovetro.visitmuve.it/en/mostre-en/mostre-in-corso-en/exhibition-matthias-schaller-leiermann/2019/03/18311/exhibition-3/
In the series Leiermann, artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

https://museovetro.visitmuve.it/en/mostre-en/mostre-in-corso-en/exhibition-matthias-schaller-leiermann/2019/03/18311/exhibition-3/
In the series "Leiermann", artist Matthias Schaller develops two themes: the mirror – a source and medium for intellectual, ideal and rational reflections – and Venice – a symbolic, historical and cultural city connected to the present-day. The itinerary Schaller suggests to us therefore proposes a wide-ranging interpretation. His photos refer to ancient mirrors located in Venetian palaces and museums, and these lead the observer to imagine, and consequently to contemplate, the number and identity of the people who have been captured in these reflecting surfaces, which in their turn create a fleeting imitation of reality.

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