This work was part of a collaborative collection with Gavin Hipkins and Karl Fritsch Der Tiefenglanz im Schmuckladen, at Hamish Mckay Gallery, Wellington.
Gavin Hipkins teaches fine arts including photography and moving image at Elam School of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland. He has exhibited widely in New Zealand and internationally over the last two decades, working in expanded photographic series and experimental cinema.
Karl Fritsch is a German-born contemporary jeweller who has since 2009 been based in New Zealand. Fritsch trained as a goldsmith at the Goldschmiedeschule Pforzheim and worked for a jeweller before attending the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München between 1987 and 1994, studying under Hermann Junger and Otto Kunzli. Fritsch has taught at art schools around the world. He also works collaboratively with a range of artists, including Feierabend (2009, Kate MacGarry, London) and Gesamtkunsthandwerk (2011, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery ) with artist Francis Upritchard and furniture designer Martino Gamper, and several projects with photographer Gavin Hipkins.
Fritsc's work is held in many international museum collections, including the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam , Neue Pinakothek Munich, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Museum of Arts and Design New York and the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
Image Dimensions: 300mm W x 400mm H
Framed Dimensions: 440mm W x 540mm H