Josephsohn Bildhauer [sculptor]
Hans Josephsohn 1920-2012
“Everything I’ve lived has been played out in my studio” Hans Josephsohn Hans Josephsohn, for more than sixty years, has striven with unfailing determination, to develop his own sculptural language.
The film is structured around the Josephsohn’s daily work in his studio. The film covers a period of one year. Experiences are condensed, in a life in which the solutions of artistic problems are the events.
Hans Josephsohn was born in 1920 in Königsberg, East-Prussia. Being of Jewish origin, he fled to Switzerland in 1938. Since then he lived and worked in Zürich. After the 2002 solo exhibition at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam he gained international critical acclaim, and private collectors and museums began to collect Josephsohn’s work. Josephsohn‘s work represents “a credible, aesthetically important response to the fissures and faults in the realm of modern sculpture. (B. Ohnesorge, 17.7.2002) Hans Josephsohn is now seen as one of the most important sculptors of our time.
The translations series of events/lectures are organized and hosted by the Architecture Research Unit, The Cass. This is a good chance for Architecture degree students and Fine Art and Design students to come to see the new diploma studios on 4th Floor at Central House.
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Staff members recognised for outstanding contribution within the University.
A Cass Architecture alumnus, Alex Scott-Whitby has been announced as the winner of the London Festival of Architecture’s Modern Maypole competition in the centre of London.
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Thursday, 14 December, 3-8pm
The twelfth annual open studios at Calcutta House features exhibition by Fine Art BA and Photography BA students and a pop up exhibition by first year architects.
Musarc, the architectural choir/research project based at The Cass, has announced details of their 2017 Christmas Concert.
Students from The Cass recently participated in Window Wanderland, an international festive initiative developed by a Cass alumna.
Foundation students at The Cass exhibit over 2000 sculptures in pop-up plasticine exhibition
The Winter Graduation ceremony saw hundreds of London Met graduands celebrate their academic achievements at London’s Barbican Centre.
Sarah Jane Wilson, who studied Creative Writing at London Met, will have her debut novel published in 2018.
Denise Lewis, a recent Textile Design BA graduate, has won a competition to design curtain fabric for the anti-poverty and social action centre, Toynbee Hall.
Richard Wilson OBE, aka Victor Meldrew, was awarded an honorary degree by London Metropolitan University at the 2017 Winter Graduation ceremony.
London Met raises awareness of homelessness in London with a Textile Design project.
An evening of celebration was held in order to launch Just Met 2017, an anthology featuring creative writing work from students at the University.