Franz West

Haus Lange Lampe, 1989

Bronze, cables 
113 x 147 cm
44.5 x 57.9 in 
Memphis-Edition

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Franz West participated at documenta 9 (1992) and documenta 10 (1997). For the documenta 10 he installed the picture wall "Demand of Sense," in wh...

Franz West participated at documenta 9 (1992) and documenta 10 (1997). For the documenta 10 he installed the picture wall "Demand of Sense," in which the artist presents a chronology of his own work as a transitory and refers to possible connections.

Franz West's bronze hanging lamp "Haus Lange Lampe" from 1989 is one of those objects created by West that move between art and design. It exemplifies the artist's approach to creating "art for art's sake." West elevates everyday objects into the sphere of art and turns them into art objects. Here, the chandelier is transformed into a work of art and the viewer is encouraged to reflect on this transformation.

Franz West is one of the most important artists in Austria. He is best known for his sculptures and spatial installations. However, he also created numerous objects and was always interested in blurring the line between art and design as well as sculpture and installation.

This work is in excellent condition with no discernible condition issues. Detailed condition report available upon request.

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