Ruth Gurvich Lightscape
Ruth Gurvich Lightscape
Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg
Porcelain as delicate as paper, light in every sense, combined with an aesthetic of imperfection and yet wrought with absolute perfection. Porcelain innovative in form and style, and yet exuding the spirit of 260 years of craft tradition – that is Lightscape. This 18-piece set of vases and tableware continues Nymphenburg’s series of collaborations with the most distinguished contemporary artists and designers. With Lightscape, Argentine-born Ruth Gurvich created an edition which is based entirely on paper models and which may be used anywhere thanks to its formal openness: in the kitchen, on the table or in the living room. Her designs have turned paper into a principle, a virtuoso parade of paper characteristics such as creases, folds and tautness.
White Bisque Porcelain Glazed on the inside
Dinner Plate - 9 3/4 in
Pasta/Soup Plate - Ø 8 3/4 in.
Cereal Bowl - Ø 6 in. x H 2 3/4 in.
Large Bowl - Ø 4 3/4 in. x H 1 1/4 in.
Coffee Beaker - Ø 3 in. x H 3.5 in.
Salad Bowl - Ø 9.5 in. x H 5 in.
Tea Bowl - Ø 4 in. x H 2 1/4 in.
Teapot - H 6.25 in.
3 Bowl Set
L - Ø 4.75 in. x H 1.25 in.
M - Ø 3.5 in. x H 1.25 in.
S - Ø 2.75 in. x H 1 in.
Serving Bowl - Ø 11.25 in. x H 3 in.
Platter - 12 ¼ in.
Medium Bowl - Ø 3 1/2 in. x H 1 1/4 in.
Small Bowl - Ø 2 3/4 in. x H 1 in.
Dinner Plate - $410
Pasta/Soup Plate - $420
Cereal Bowl - $330
Large Bowl - $210
Coffee Beaker - $240
Salad Bowl - $1,070
Tea Bowl - $240
Teapot - $1,250
3 Bowl Set - $480
Serving Bowl - $890
Platter - $630
Medium Bowl - $170
Small Bowl - $140
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Ruth Gurvich was born in Cordoba, Argentina in 1961. Initially she studied architecture in her homeland, but in 1979 she switched to art, continuing her studies at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris from 1987 to 1991. In her designs, Ruth Gurvich aims to show the shapes and structures of everyday things the way they are. Her understanding of design is global in scope, but firmly anchored in local tradition. She established a reputation with her three-dimensional works made of paper, which pursue a delicate, wholly distinctive aesthetic. In her designs, she cannily makes the most of the materiality of paper – as a working material, it enables her to introduce light, movement and vitality into things.