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biografía de Borek SIPEK (1949-2016)

Personal data


Birth : 1949 - Prague, Czech Republic
Sex : M
Nationality/Affiliation : Czech Republic

Address

Prague, Czech Republic

Education

1969 : Kunst Akademie – Hamburg, Germany
1964 – 1968 : Akademie výtvarných umení / Academy of Fine Arts – U Akademie 4 – Prague, Czech Republic

Professional data


Work and Life

1999:Following his passion as a cook he opened a design shop including a Thai/Japanese restaurant in the centre of Prague named the Arzenal.
1992:Appointed by President Vaclav HAVEL as “Castle” architect Sípek was in charge of the “Castles” restoration, which he co-ordinated from his Prague architecture and design studio.
1983:Moved to Amsterdam and founded his architecture & design studio.
1968:Moved to Hamburg, Germany.

Work


Categorie and medium


Sculpture-Volume : Sculpture, glass
Furniture-Design :

Subject

architecture
decoration

Works

Arovet
Date of creation : 1991
Medium : ABS
Size : 34 x 20 x 20 cm
 

Solo Exhibitions (Selected)


Solo exhibitions

2002

Glass and Furniture
Steltman Gallery – New York NY, United States
2002

Centre Tchèque – Paris, France
07/16/2002 – 08/31/2002

1998

Národní Techniké Muzeum / The National Museum – Prague, Czech Republic
1998

1996

Denver Art Museum – Denver CO, United States
1996

1992

Vitra Design Museum – Weil am Rhein, Germany
1992

1991

Stedelijk Museum – Amsterdam, Netherlands
1991

1990

Steltman Gallery – Amsterdam, Netherlands
1990

Group Exhibitions (Selected)


Congress/symposium

1998

Twentieth-Century Porcelain from the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres
American Craft Museum – New York NY, United States
04/02/1998 – 06/14/1998


Group exhibitions

2000

Design World 2000
Taideteollisuusmuseo / Museum of Art and Design – Helsinki, Finland
02/03/2000 – 04/30/2000

Bibliography (Selected)


On the artist


Books

2001

Art Contemporain : un choix de 200 oeuvres du Fonds national d’art contemporain, (1985-1999)
Participant: Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication – 3 rue Valois – Paris, France
Participant: DAP Délégation aux arts plastiques – 27, avenue de l’Opéra – Paris, France
Participant: FIACRE Fonds d’Incitation à la Création – Centre National des Arts Plastiques – Département du soutien à la création et à la diffusion 27 avenue de l’Opéra – Paris, France
Publisher: Editions du Chêne – 43 quai Grenelle – Paris, France
10/2001
ISBN : 2842773373

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