h 2,5 / w 14 / d 9 cm
Sculpture by German artist Hermann Glöckner developed from a box of chocolates. Hermann Glöckner's triangular composition “Aufgipfelung in Weiss und Schwarz” (culmination in white and black) is from 1968. The work is signed by the artist at the bottom of the inlay. For eighty years the painter and sculptor devoted himself to elementary questions of line, surface, color, and space. His works shows strong links to Wassily Kandinsky, El Lissitzky, Piet Mondrian and László Moholy-Nagy, who were represented at the 1926 International Art Exhibition in Dresden. He is a co-founder of constructivism and can be linked to Anton Stankowskis constructive graphic.