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Baroque Palace in Mistelbach

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Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter
Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter
Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter
Mistelbach, 1988

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The archaic composition of the two metre tall marble sculpture in the Stadtpark in Mistelbach alludes to classical forms. The piece has been conceived as a "wandering stone" with temporary locations.

An oversize marble sculpture was set up in the Stadtpark in Mistelbach. It was a stele made of stone, which makes reference to classical forms in its archaic construction. The work was executed during a symposium in Carinthia in 1988. The marble stele is a ‘wandering stone’ and has made stopovers (at the Secession, Stadtpark baroque palace). According to the latest reports, discussions between the council and the artist about providing a suitable pedestal for this work of art have not yet been resolved to the satisfaction of all concerned.
(Ignaz Kienast)

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Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter
Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter
Ignaz Kienast, Ohne Titel, Mistelbach, 1988
© Matthäus Prandstätter