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Tom Król x onomao - Small Bowl Eye

Sale price25,60 € Regular price32,00 €
color: Line Motiv
The small bowl, along with mugs and large bowls, is a product created as part of the artist edition with Tom Król. Król's drawings enter into a connection with our shapes of the ceramic collection CLASSIC. The cups were designed with two different motives. 

Tom Król's works are based on the aesthetics of the everyday. The drawings and symbols, which are applied by hand in Portugal by draftsmen with a black brush stroke on the surface of the naturally glazed ceramic, also speak his typical visual language.

IN THE STUDIO WITH TOM KRÓL

The artist Tom Król (*1991 in Cologne, lives and works in Berlin) has designed an exclusive artist edition of our classic collection in transparent.

Tom Król's works are oriented towards the aesthetics of the everyday. Symbols, gestures and signs appear in his painterly works, which move on the border between painterly abstraction and objects and figures from his immediate reality of life. The drawings and symbols, which are applied by hand with a black brushstroke to the surface of the naturally glazed ceramics in Portugal by Zeichner:innen, also speak his typical visual language. In addition to the implied signs, the symbol of the eye enters into a direct dialogue with the viewer.

Tom has given us an insight into his sources of inspiration


Over the last few years, I've been lucky enough to see great exhibitions in many places in Europe. Of course, there are favorites. One of my favorite places in Cologne is the Kolumba Museum in the city center and of course the gallery "fiebach, minninger" on Venloerstraße.
In my elected home Berlin I haven't found such a place yet, but "Das Kleine Grosz Museum" in Schöneberg is a great oasis in the middle of the hectic, noisy city. Abroad, it would probably be the sculpture garden of the "Middelheimmuseum" near Antwerp or the museum "Dhondt-Dhaenens" near Sint-Martens-Latem in Belgium.
The last exhibition that really excited me was the work show of Michel Majerus at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin Mitte (unfortunately it is already over).

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