Monday, September 26, 2016

Garden of Eden Inspires New Show at the Museum of Arts and Design

ARTDAILY
A Taste of Paradise, 2013 Chris Antemann in collaboration with MEISSEN® Courtesy of MEISSEN®
NEW YORK---[Through] February 5, 2017, the Museum of Arts and Design presents "Chris Antemann: Forbidden Fruit," an installation of 21 porcelain sculptures resulting from the collaboration between Oregon-based artist Chris Antemann and the renowned MEISSEN Porcelain Manufactory in Germany. Inspired by eighteenth-century porcelain figurines and decorative art, and using the Garden of Eden as her metaphor, Antemann has created a contemporary interpretation of the eighteenth-century banqueting craze, posing scantily clad male and female figures in intimate and playful vignettes of seduction. [link]

Museum of Arts and Design: "Chris Antemann: Forbidden Fruit" (Ends February 5, 2017); Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, NY; (212) 299-7777; madmuseum.org
Love Temple (detail), 2013Chris Antemann in collaboration with MEISSEN®Courtesy of MEISSEN®