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CHRISTIAN MEGERT, UNTITLED, 2015, Mirror, wood, acrylics under glass, 132 x 132 x 14 cm
CHRISTIAN MEGERT
UNTITLED, 2015
Mirror, wood, acrylics under glass, 132 x 132 x 14 cm
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CHRISTIAN MEGERT, LIGHTBOX TUBES MULTIPLE2, 1972
CHRISTIAN MEGERT
LIGHTBOX TUBES MULTIPLE2, 1972
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CHRISTIAN MEGERT
b. 1936, based in Düsseldorf, DE

Christian Megert is a Swiss born sculptor, installation and object artist. With his structural, material and frottage works of the 1950s – both informal and monochrome – as well as his light box and mirror works, Christian Megert is an important representative of the ZERO movement through light and concrete art.
Megert uses mirrors as reflectors of light and movement in the manner of ZERO, they dissect space and give way to monochrome worlds of coloured spaces. The mirror, as an industrially manufactured material, is Megert's medium of choice for changing, breaking and multiplying shapes to create a new space that ultimately reaches into infinity. The artist animates the material by cutting, collaging, colouring and glazing it. In his installations, mostly in plexiglas boxes, he also uses foils and light sources such as fluorescent tubes to create different light and colour spaces.
CHRISTIAN MEGERT, MIRRORENVIROMENT
CHRISTIAN MEGERT
MIRRORENVIROMENT
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CHRISTIAN MEGERT, WALL PIECE, 2016, Mirror & wood
CHRISTIAN MEGERT
WALL PIECE, 2016
Mirror & wood
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Past exhibitions
Christian Megert
NEW WORKS
SETAREH Düsseldorf
elective affinities
SETAREH is pleased to present the group exhibition elective affinities with works by Kate Andrews, Wolfgang Betke, Bea Bonafini, Gregor Gleiwitz, Philipp Goldbach, Bettina Marx, Christian Megert, Sebastian Riemer, Laura Sachs, Elsa Sahal and Miron Schmückle.
SETAREH Düsseldorf
Christian Megert
Selected works 1950 until today
SETAREH Düsseldorf
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Kate Andrews, Transit, 2021, Oil on canvas, 100 x 80 cm
KATE ANDREWS
HOVERBEAM, 2021
Oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm
Kate Andrews, Arena, 2021, Oil on canvas, 50 x 80 cm
KATE ANDREWS
HOVERBEAM, 2021
Oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm