Häusler Contemporary

Hubert Kiecol at Josef Albers Museum Quadrat, Bottrop, DE

Hubert Kiecol at Josef Albers Museum Quadrat, Bottrop, DE

Hubert Kiecol, »Träger«, 2012 | concrete, wood | 31 x 170 x 28,5 cm

Hubert Kiecol, »Träger«, 2012 | concrete, wood | 31 x 170 x 28,5 cm

Hubert Kiecol »WeissGlasSchwarzRot«
Josef Albers Museum Quadrat, Bottrop, DE
Opening: May 29, 2016
Exhibition until August 21, 2016

Hubert Kiecol‘s sculptures are an echo of architecture. He succeeds in creating types of houses, gables and staircases out of glass, concrete and steel. They become pictorial signs and even though made of anonymous materials they are very exquisitely made and create an incomparable atmosphere.  

For his exhibition at Josef Albers Museum, Hubert Kiceol developed a specific architectural setting for the exhibition space. At the same time, he salutes the French New Realism painter and sculptor Raymond Hains (1926–2005) by including some examples of his work.

(excerpt from the Josef Albers Museum’s press release)

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