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Elli Vivi Bobby Herr Fuhl

Christina Doll
The sculptor Christina Doll always produces full-figure portrait sculptures. Her miniaturise porcelain figures brought her to public attention; here the focus was on compression into precious, fragile jewels.
Doll’s most recent series moves in a completely different direction: Monumental cement sculptures confront the viewer with the bare and honest treatment of a corporality that deviates radically from the usual ideal of beauty: “Elli” and “Herr Fuhl” are portrayals of infirmity and old age, “Bobby” is characterised by a genetic disease and “Vivi” embodies a giant with the smile of the Madonna. With narrative perspicacity and artistic mastery, Christina Doll lends a natural dignity to her works, despite their size, and with great sophistication and self-reflection enables them to differ significantly from the pathos of traditional monumental sculptures.

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"Elli Vivi Bobby Herr Fuhl"

July 2009

ISBN 978-3-86678-325-6

23,00 x 32,00 cm

72 Pages

78 b/w illustrations

Hardcover with clothbound, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Christina Doll

Nikola Doll, Renate Goldmann, Heiner Schepers and Marc Wellmann
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Christina Doll“, 6 July to 14 September 2008, Kunsthalle Lingen and 28 June to 6 September 2009, Georg-Kolbe-Museum, Berlin.