THE CONTEMPORARY WOMEN IN ART
A figure tradition dating back 100 years is resumed. For quite some time, we have focused on furniture and small interior items when investing in our home. But now, the urge to tell a personal story, including all the odd anecdotes, is felt within the four walls of our house. We have the energy to focus on things that have no practical use, but which satisfy our desire for decorative items, for provocative art, which puts new cultural radicalism back on the agenda.
Historically, Kähler is known for its figures. And now, Kähler has teamed with artist and ceramicist Louise Hindsgavl to carry this somewhat forgotten tradition into a new and modern era in a fine mix of contemporary trends and the always titillating provocations of the arts. Also, Kähler has a vision to make art accessible – and affordable.