Magdalena Jetelová

Magdalena Jetelová

Born June 4 1946, Semily
Lived in Bergheim (1989)
Lived in Munich (197)

Significant Czech sculptress and author of spatial installations, she is a world-renowned personality on the contemporary visual scene. She was one of the first artists from the post-totalitarian countries to work with new technologies, such as laser light, and she has used GPS coordinate code language as well as the current robotic systems. She saw the possibilities of the ever-improving technology for new media and for a regeneration of communication, with the aim of perceiving other inter-layers of time and space. She did not forget social aspects such as human rights and the environment.

sculpture, performance, new media, object, land art, installation, show in map
European Investment Bank
Uffizi Gallery
City Gallery Prague
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
The Centre Pompidou
M HKA | Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp
Museum Würth
Olomouc Museum of Art
Wrocław Contemporary Museum
The National Gallery in Prague
DZ BANK Art Collection
Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst (DE)
Allianz Private Health Insurance Collection
Viessmann Art Collection
Museum im Kulturspeicher
The Henry Moore Institute
Von der Heydt-Museum Wuppertal
Lehmbruck Museum
ZKM | Center for Art and Media
Galerie Angelika Harthan Stuttgart
Sima Gallery
Závodný Gallery
Jack Shainman Gallery
Galerie Kewenig
Museum Kampa - The Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation
Walter Storms Gallery
Galerie Thomas Schulte

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