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Rosemarie Trockel: Less Sauvage than Others

Aug 9, 2014-Oct 26, 2014
One of the most influential artists of the last thirty years, Rosemarie Trockel is renowned for the diversity of her oeuvre and for her sustained engagement with questions of feminism, the shifting historical relationship between the fine and applied arts, the professional and the amateur creator, and the relationship between humans and the natural world. Throughout her long career, Trockel has created works that embody seemingly contradictory positions. And while the formal similarity and material fluidity of her work resists easy categorization, it clearly conveys the workings of a consistent aesthetic sensibility. Featuring works from across the past decade, as well as new works created specifically for the exhibition, the exhibition Less Sauvage than Others offers a tightly focused look at her groundbreaking and multifaceted engagement with the medium of ceramics.
All new Aspen Art Museum inaugural exhibitions are generously underwritten by Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson. Indirect exhibition costs are funded in part by the AAM National Council.

Works from the Exhibition

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