Please join us for our most ambitious show to date! Moritz Landgrebe’s current work is nothing short of exquisite, confident in it‘s examination of the nature of reality. Through his sculptures, Landgrebe focuses on the dichotomy between the objective reality we inhabit and our subjective perception of it. On Sunday, March 11th, we invite you to the private viewing of Landgrebe’s latest work. Doors open at 3PM. Complimentary cocktails by GEM&BOLT Mezcal and Tito’s Vodka. RSVP Required.
Moritz Landgrebe, Artist
Moritz Landgrebe spent his childhood and adolescence in both Germany and the U.S., much of it spent living in Marfa, TX. He studied sculpture at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and received his BFA in sculpture from the University of North Texas in Denton.
Landgrebe is interested in investigating the architecture of our physical and immaterial surroundings. Structures and constructs are created and function through the various discourses and disciplines which envelope all members of society at some level. The veneer of meaning or purpose which this process or state lends to what is essentially an environment devoid of any intrinsic meaning or structure, is an area which appeals to him.