About Daniel Spoerri
|Name||Daniel Spoerri (Daniel Isaak Feinstein, Daniel Spörri)|
|Birth Location||Gala?i (CH/*RO)|
|Movement||Fluxus, New Realism|
|Media||Sculpture, Assemblage, Found object|
Daniel Spoerri's Biography
Daniel Spoerri (born Daniel Isaak Feinstein, also known as Daniel Spörri) is a Swiss-born artist and sculptor, known for his involvement in the post-war movements of Fluxus and New Realism. He was born in 1930 in Romania, and moved to Switzerland in 1948. In the 1950s, he studied art in Zurich and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Spoerri is best known for his sculptures, assemblages, and found object works. His works often utilize everyday objects and materials, such as food, furniture, and other items, to create a new form of art. He often takes a humorous approach to his works, and has been credited with inventing the "eat-art" movement. Spoerri's works have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including Paris Et Nulle Part Ailleurs 24 - Artistes Étrangers À Paris. 1945-1972 at the Musée de l'histoire de l'immigration in Paris, Kunsten retro at the KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, and The Animal Within at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig
Daniel Spoerri's Art
Bistro di Santa Marta(2014)
Bistro di Santa Marta (2014) is an artwork by Daniel Spoerri, a Swiss-born artist and sculptor. This work is a classic example of Spoerri's use of found objects to create art. The piece combines everyday items to create a whimsical, humorous scene. It features a table with a bistro sign, a chair, a cup, a plate, and a spoon, all arranged in a seemingly random yet purposeful way. Bistro di Santa Marta is a testament to Spoerri's skill and creativity, and is a captivating work of art that invites viewers to ponder what the objects mean and how they interact with one another.
Puppenkästchen - Pars pro toto(2018)
Puppenkästchen - Pars pro toto (2018) is a sculpture by Daniel Spoerri that explores the idea of objects and their meaning. The artwork is composed of everyday items such as furniture, food, and other objects arranged in an unexpected way. The result is a playful and humorous piece of art that invites viewers to contemplate the hidden significance behind these objects. The composition of the sculpture highlights Spoerri's unique approach to art and his skill in transforming mundane objects into something meaningful. The work is a perfect example of the artist's involvement in the post-war movements of Fluxus and New Realism, and is sure to be a talking point for years to come.
Puppenkästchen - Pars pro toto(2018)
Puppenkästchen - Pars pro toto (2018) is a sculpture by Swiss-born artist Daniel Spoerri. The artwork features a wooden box filled with everyday objects, which have been arranged to create a symbolic image. The objects in this work are intended to make a connection between the present and the past. The title of the work, “Pars pro toto,” is a Latin phrase meaning “a part for the whole” and refers to the idea of using a single object to represent a larger concept. This work highlights Spoerri’s unique style, which involves creating unexpected and humorous works from everyday objects. The artwork is a playful reminder of the interconnectedness of the past and the present.
Puppenkästchen - Part pro toto(2018)
Puppenkästchen - Part pro toto (2018) is an assemblage artwork by Daniel Spoerri. The piece features a wooden box filled with a variety of objects including dolls, figurines, and other items. The objects are arranged in an intricate pattern, creating a visually striking image. The title of the work is a reference to the idea of part-for-whole, where the individual objects represent a greater whole. By bringing together disparate elements, the artist explores the idea of how objects interact with one another and form relationships. The work is a testament to the artist's skill at transforming mundane objects into a meaningful artwork.
Daniel Spoerri's Stielaugen (2013) is a whimsical and humorous sculpture composed of everyday objects. The sculpture features a collection of eyes made from kitchen utensils, such as forks, spoons, and ladles. The eyes are arranged in various sizes and shapes, creating a dynamic and visually striking composition. The piece is a testament to Spoerri's inventive and creative approach to art, and demonstrates his unique ability to take mundane objects and transform them into something extraordinary.