Lukáš Rittstein

Sculptures

2015 EXPO Milano – Free Form Gate

Free Form Gate. 2015 – Czech National Pavilion Monument. Fiberglass, glass, steel. 18m × 5m × 3m Free Form Gate. 2015 – Czech National Pavilion Monument. Fiberglass, glass, steel. 18m × 5m × 3m Free Form Gate. 2015 – Czech National Pavilion Monument. Fiberglass, glass, steel. 18m × 5m × 3m Free Form Gate. 2015 – Czech National Pavilion Monument. Fiberglass, glass, steel. 18m × 5m × 3m Free Form Gate. 2015 – Czech National Pavilion Monument. Fiberglass, glass, steel. 18m × 5m × 3m

2010 – 2015 Highway

Inner Voice 2012 – Fiberglass, steel, car. 2m×3m×3m DOX terasse instalation 2015 – Cave 2012 – Steel, car, fiberglass. 4m × 3m × 2m Cave 2012 – Steel, car, fiberglass. 4m × 3m × 2m Tour 2010 – Bus, steel Tour 2010 – Bus, steel Wings of Desire 2013 – Fiberglass, steel, car. 12m × 5m × 2,5m Back to Stones 2012 – Stones, fiberglass, glass, steel. 2× 3m × 2,5m × 2,5m

2009 Manop, the Final First
(DOX Centre for Contemporary Art Instalation with Barbora Šlapetová)

Instalation in DOX with Barbora Šlapetová – The Art final first contact with the indigenous people of New Guinea, untouched by civilisation Enlightenment. 2007-2008 – The Art final first contact with the indigenous people of New Guinea, untouched by civilisation The Lost Thing Found. 2009. – The Art final first contact with the indigenous people of New Guinea, untouched by civilisation  – The Art final first contact with the indigenous people of New Guinea, untouched by civilisation Transfer. 2008. – The Art final first contact with the indigenous people of New Guinea, untouched by civilisation Fiberglass, steel, aluminium – Powerfull Colour. 2008 Fiberglass, steel, glass – Once Upon a Time. 2009 Fiberglass – Enlightenment. 2008. Photo – DOX opening Photo – DOX opening Photo – DOX opening Photo – DOX opening Photo – DOX opening Do Not Come Any Closer – the book with Barbora Šlapetová. 1997-2008. – DOX opening

2005 – 2009 Forest

Formule Forever. 2005/concrete, steel, fiberglass. – Forest. 220×240×110 cm. Sweet Dreams. 2006/fiberglass, steel, fire department tubes. – Forest. 450×400×330 cm. Quality of my Intelligence. 2006/fiberglass, steel. – Forest. 320×300×160 cm. Let’s Dance Anna. 2005/fiberglass. – Realization for private garden. 240×240×170 cm. Virtual Pain. 2005/fiberglass. – Realization for private garden. 240×240×300 cm. Everlasting Tenderness. 2007 – 108×240×240 cm. Powerfull Colour. 2008/fiberglass, steel, aluminum, black and white photographs – 300×410×250 cm. Taking off, the matter peels off the runway made out of photographs – depicting an event never to be repeated, the act of molding last "wild" men’s frames.

2005 – 2008 Yali Mek Transfer

The ceremonial handing back of the casts in the sculpture to the village of Meine – Second part of the happening: the Papuan part, Meine, West Papua – 11th November 2008 The ceremonial handing back of the casts in the sculpture to the village of Meine – Second part of the happening: the Papuan part, Meine, West Papua – 11th November 2008 The ceremonial handing back of the casts in the sculpture to the village of Meine – Second part of the happening: the Papuan part, Meine, West Papua – 11th November 2008 The ceremonial handing back of the casts in the sculpture to the village of Meine – Second part of the happening: the Papuan part, Meine, West Papua – 11th November 2008 The ceremonial handing back of the casts in the sculpture to the village of Meine – Second part of the happening: the Papuan part, Meine, West Papua – 11th November 2008 Václav Havel during the first part of the happening – The Czech part, Prague – 28th September 2008 – „Civilisation fuses with the wilderness“ Maling Luku and Kirik Joal during the happening – The Papuan part, Meine – 11th November 2008 – „Civilisation fuses with the wilderness“

2002 – 2004 Permanent Phenomena

Vein. 2002/steel, fiberglass, epoxy, wood, fabric. – Height: 800 cm. Václav Havel and Milan Hlavsa – two friends. 2003. – Two people symbolizing the Czech underground Year by Year. 2000/steel, plastic, wood, Modurit plasticine, Perspex. – 24×24×20 cm. Day by Day. 2003/steel. – 350×450×320 cm. Easy Rider. 2002/fiberglass, a tunnel of light in stone. – 37×27×37 cm. Breezes. 2001/plastic, wood, model of a car, reproductions of paintings. – 25×41×22 cm. The Arteries of Bangkok (Wild Roses). 2003/plastic. – Height: 50 cm. Sculpture of artificial jungle for Prague ZOO. 2002-4/concrete, fiberglass, epoxy. – With Barbora Šlapetová and Michal Gabriel.

2001 – 2005 Clean Sky

Mothful. 2001/a pair of shark jaws, elasic cloth, Comfloor, Dispercoll, metal, wood, Perspex, a painting by architect Lubomír Šlapeta. – 30×54×48 cm. Only Heaven can do this. 2004/aluminium, fiberglass, steel. – Psychiartric Clinic in Bohnice, Prague. 450×300×350 cm. Sunrise. 2005/fiberglass, glass, steel. – Realization for Ostrava city. 600×320×340 cm. Sunrise. 2005/fiberglass, glass, steel. – Realization for Ostrava city. 600×320×340 cm. Will-o’-the-wisp. – Visualizatuion of the WW II monument, Prague 2005. Delicious for Two. 2003/fiberglass, steel, porcelain. – Exterior variant for private garden. 260×260×240 cm. Together. 2002/fiberglass, steel and glass. – Realization for private garden. 220×160×200 cm. Daybreak 1. 2001/metal, elasic cloth, a pair of glasses, Dispercoll. – 36×70×44 cm.

2000 – 2003 Dirty Sky

Kiss and a Paw. 2003/fiberglass, soil, 2 steel buckets, 2 wash basins. – 160×170×150 cm, 160×170×150 cm. Piece of the Night Butterfly model. 2003/fiberglass, dirt, perspex, paper, duvet, artificial flowers. – W 300 cm. Dreaming One. 2003/fiberglass, plastic, steel, courtains, dirt. – 380×380×400 cm. Dreaming One. 2003/fiberglass, plastic, steel, courtains, dirt. – 380×380×400 cm. Trace of a Nuptial Engagement. 2000-1/fiberglass, pespex, dirt, dishes, steel and duvet. – 200×200×250 cm. Trace of a Nuptial Engagement. 2000-1/fiberglass, pespex, dirt, dishes, steel and duvet. – 200×200×250 cm. R. E. M. 2002/Perspex, epoxy, plastic – 36×22×12 cm. The Dreaming One. 2002/plastic bottle, water, wire, Perspex, lace, burnt clay – Part of a T. G. Masaryks’s bust by the sculptor Vincenc Makovský, 26×21×42 cm.

2000 – 2003 Snapshots

Revelation of a Chinese Lace - Courtain Fish. 2000/white cloth, electric fans, peespex, steel and epoxy. – W 620 cm Snapshots. 2000/epoxy, cured polyurethanem perspex, wood, steel, drawings. – 440×300×260 cm. Day by Day. 2003/steel. – Monument for J. A. Komenský, Brandýs nad Orlicí city. 450×350×320 cm. The Elusive One. 2000/concrete, steel, fiberglass. – Realisation for Prague city. 350×320×320 cm. In front of the Elusive One. – From the exhibition Snapshots in Mánes gallery Prague/2001. Sweet Sixteen. 2000-2001 – 140×140×130 cm Tide. 2001/Perspex, PVC foil, foam polyureathane, canvas, paintings, drawings, photographs – 150×380×750 cm Tide. 2001/Perspex, PVC foil, foam polyureathane, canvas, paintings, drawings, photographs – 150×380×750 cm

1996 – 2000 From Kitchen to Saturn

Kitchen. 1996/wood, plywood, Formica, hardboard. – 220×160×180 cm. Brush. 1994/fiberglass, wood, rubber, Perspex, epoxy. – 140×170×140 cm. Waves. 1998/metal, rubber. – 160×420×250 cm. Waves. 2000/stainless steel and bronze. – Realization for Masaryk University in Brno, 420×250×160 cm. Birds. 1997/white canvas and fan. – From the exhibition in Socrates sculpture park NY. 300×260×220 cm. Saturn. 1997/metal, glass, tar, epoxy and hard board. – 320×250×160 cm. Surfacing. 1997/glass, wood, fiberglass, linoleum. – 240×190×170 cm. Eyes. 1998/rubber, wood, epoxy, perspex. – National gallery in Prague. 700×500×300 cm.

1980 – 1998 Boxes, Shelves But Also a Frame

Boxes. 1980-1998/wood, Perspex, paper, Modurit plasticine. – 172×200×200 cm. Shelves. 1980-1998/wood, Perspex, paper, Modurit plasticine. – 170×220×180 cm. Frame. 1980-1998/wood, Perspex, paper, Modurit plasticine. – 180×210×40 cm.

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