Lubomir Artz  (1946)

Geometrical purity, absolute use of transparency and optical effects characterize art works of Ľubomír Arzt. Arzt focuses on objects of austere forms and shapes with sharp edges, firm and straight outlines, occasionally disrupted by a curvature. A concave niche having a form of a hemisphere or a segment of sphere is a favourite compositional element that is present in his objects. He almost exclusively uses transparent, colourless, white or champagne optical glass. It is the multiple reflection from polished surfaces and incorporation of colour that generate intriguing and colourful multi-dimensional inner spaces.
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Born 1946, Prašice

1960-64 Secondary School of Applied Arts of Glass, Železný Brod, CZ
1974-76 Individual studies by B.Novák in Nový Bor, CZ

Individual exhibitions (selection):
1994 Gallery Broft, Eidnhoven, NL
Gallery Groll, Naarden, NL
1993 Essener Glass Gallery, Essen, D
1991 Galerie D´Amon, Paris, F
The Glass Art Gallery, Toronto, CAN

Group exhibitions (selection):
2007 Contemporary Slovak Glass, Leo Kaplan Modern Gallery, New York, USA
2006 Gallery NOVA, Bratislava
Star´t Strasbourg, F
2005 Galerie des Beaux Arts, Heeze, NL
Thinking in Glass, Václav Vigler and his School, Gemeentemuseum, Haag, NL
1990 Galerie Rob van den Doel, Haag, NL
Glassgalerie Klute, Vienna, A
1989 Galerie Rob van den Doel, Haag, NL

Representation in public collections (selection):
Ministry of Culture of Slovak Republic, Bratislava
Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
Glassmuseum, Ebeltoft, D
Museum of Glass and Jewelers, Jablonec nad Nisou, CZ
Museum Sars Poteries, Sars, F
Gallery NOVA, Bratislava

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