File ST/3/14 - Magdalena Jetelová

Photograph of Magdalena Jetelová looking across the landscape from the location of Place/ Giant&#... Photograph of Magdalena Jetelová walking in area where sculpture Place/ Giant's Chair was to... Photograph of components of the sculpture Place/ Giant's Chair before construction Photograph of the part-constructed sculpture Place/ Giant's Chair Photograph of figure walking towards Place/ Giant's Chair with landscape in background Photograph of figure walking towards Place/ Giant's Chair with landscape in background Photograph of two people stood underneath Place/ Giant's Chair Photograph of Place/ Giant's Chair during initial stages of charcoaling which was halted Photograph of Place/ Giant's Chair during initial stages of charcoaling which was halted Photograph of child sitting on Place/ Giant's Chair
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ST/3/14

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Magdalena Jetelová

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  • 1985 - 2015 (Creation)

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21 photographs, 9 documents, 2 negatives, 1 slide, 2 boxes

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Sculpture - Place [Giant's Chair] (1986 - 2015)

Magdalena Jetelova was born in 1946 in Semily, Czech Republic. She studied in Prague 1965 - 1971 and took the opportunity to work for a year in Milan with Marino Marini in 1967 - 1968

In 1983 she showed a “staircase” work at Tate Gallery, London, and subsequently had a one-person exhibitions at Riverside Studios, London (and a work in Kensington Gardens which was too large to show at Riverside Studios) , Arnolfini, Bristol and the Silvia Menzel Gallery, Berlin. She participated in the Hamburg Peace Biennal in 1985, the Sidney Biennal and Documents, Kassel. She was awarded first prize at the Philip Morris exhibition in Berlin and one of her most important works was acquired by Centre Pompidou, Paris. Resident until recently in the Czech Republic, she now lives in Germany

Magdalena Jetelova’s giant primitive structures were shown at the Riverside Studios, London and the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol in 1985. She has also shown in the Sydney Biennale and at Documenta, Kassel

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