Die Einmaligkeit eines Verstorbenen spiegelt sich wider in der Einmaligkeit seines Gedenkortes. www.moderngraves.com gestaltet Unikate von Gräbern als individuelle Auftragsarbeiten unter Abwägung situativer Möglichkeiten. Jeder Grabentwurf findet seinen eigenen, philosophischen und psychologischen Ausgangspunkt in der Persönlichkeit der / des Verstorbenen. www.moderngraves.com bietet eine durchgehende Betreuung vom Erstgespräch über die Ausführung bis zur Fertigstellung.
The uniqueness of a deceased person is reflected in the uniqueness of his commemorative place. www.moderngraves.com forms unique specimens of graves as individual commissioned works under consideration of situational conditions. Every grave draft finds its own, philosophical and psychological origin in the personality of the deceased person. www.moderngraves.com offers a continuous support from the first conversation up to completion.
Carrée #01 ‚Femmes Tragiques’ by Andree Volkmann
‚Femmes Tragiques’ shows a selection of some famous women – among them artists, filmstars, royals and a well known fiction character. They all had one thing in common: They died under dramatic circumstances such as suicide, murder or accidents. However, the public reaction was quite diverse and ranged from deep grief and compasssion to cynism and ignorance. The design of the digital printed silkscarves ‚Femmes Tragiques’ intentionally follows the tradition of the prestigious Hermes Carrées.
‚Femmes Tragiques’ comes in two formats:
as an edition of 3+1 130cm x 130cm euro 1650,– ( 4 different colours)
as a multiple 90cm x 90cm euro 149,– (available in 3 different colours)
Hannelore Kohl, 1933-2001, first wife of ex Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl (suicide)
Lady Di, 1961-1997, crown princess of the United Kingdom (car accident)
Emma Bovary, main character of the novel of Gustave Flaubert (suicide)
Romy Schneider, 1938-1982, German- French actress (heart failure?)
Gisela Elsner, 1937-1992, German writer (suicide)
Petra Kelly, 1947-1992, German politician and peace activist (murdered)
Dalida, 1933-1987, French singer (suicide)
Sissi, 1837-1898, empress of Austria/ Hungary (murdered)
Post-office’ by Clemence Seilles follows her previous installation ‚Office’.
The ‘dismantled office’ is an inspired proposition of an active environment, build from the scraps of the modern world.