Beat Zoderer

b. 1955 in Zürich, Switzerland / Lives and works in Zürich, Switzerland

UM 5 ECKEN HERUM Installation view, 2017 von Bartha, Basel
Räumliches Pentagramm, n°2, 2016 Airplane cardboard, acrylic 133,5 x 83,5 x 25,5 cm
Supramat, 2005 Wood Each 75 x 61 x 13 cm Edition of 5
Konstellation N°2, 2017 Wall painting Dimensions variable
UM 5 ECKEN HERUM Installation view, 2017 von Bartha, Basel
UM 5 ECKEN HERUM Installation view, 2017 von Bartha, Basel
Fold & Dip I – IX, 2016 Folded paper dipped in acrylic Each 41 x 29 cm Each framed 60 x 47,5 cm
UM 5 ECKEN HERUM Installation view, 2017 von Bartha, Basel
Quadratur des Kreises No. S2/ No. 1/13 Acrylic on steel pannel 140 x 130 x 12 cm
Quadratur des Kreises No. 8, 2012 Acrylic on steel pannel 119 x 92 cm
RASTER-ARBEITEN AUS DREI JAHRZEHNTEN Installation view, 2015 von Bartha, S-chanf
Konkaves Kugel-Relief No. 3, 2012 Beton gegossen und gestockt 44 x 34,5 x 10 cm
ZWISCHEN KALKÜL UND ZUFALL Installation view, 2012 von Bartha, Basel
Betonguss No. 2 (Vogelstein) 2012 Concrete 51 x 86 x 66 cm
Betonguss No. 3, 2012 Concrete 69 x 57 cm
A globe in a square room, 2009 Art Unlimited Aluminium paint 600 x 600 cm
Kringel 6, 2011 Eternit 95 x 78 x 8 cm
Horizontale und vertikale Stempelung, 1997 Farbe auf Papier gedruckt 225 x 218 cm, 12 teilig
Installation view, 2009 von Bartha, Basel
Lotbild, 1998 Acrylic on wood on canvas 91 x 91 cm
BEAT ZODERER
Zoderer com­pleted an appren­tice­ship as an archi­tec­tural drafts­man and worked in archi­tec­tural offices from 1971–78. Since 1979 he works as an inde­pen­dent artist. Two stu­dio stipends of the city of Zurich for Genoa in 1986 and New York in 1988 were fol­lowed by fur­ther grants from the city of Zurich. In 1995 he was awarded the Manor Art Prize and in 1998 he received an award from the Max Bill / Georges Van­tonger­loo Foun­da­tion, Zumikon/Zurich. His instal­la­tions, sculp­tures, assem­blages and col­lages are con­structed in ever new shapes, colours and mate­ri­als. Zoderer thus moves towards a con­crete and con­struc­tive posi­tion in art.