Contemporary Fine Art’s (CFA) new branch in Charlottenburg is presenting this Thursday new ceramic works by Anselm Reyle, who retired in 2014.
Two years ago, Reyle closed his studio and retired amid rising overhead expenses and declining demand for his work, as the German daily Die Welt reported in February 2014. The artist himself said that the factory-like production of his brightly-colored crinkled or striped foil works and metallic sculptures cost him up to $1.1 million a month.
The show will present a completely new body of work rendered in a new medium, as the artist hasn’t made any ceramics before
- Anselm Reyle in his Studio