Magdalena Jetelova

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Born on 4 June 1946 in Semily, Czechia, Magdalena Jetelová is an internationally acclaimed land artist and installation artist. In her environmental installations, she uses a combination of installation, sculpture, photography, architecture, and light to reference the connection between space, objects, and the human body.

Jetelová’s notable works have been shown at many different institutions in many cities, including the Martin-Gropius-Bau, the Museum of Modern Art, Tate Gallery London, and Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona. Her work has also been featured in significant collections of the Ludwig Collection, the Centre Pompidou, and the Hirshhorn Museum.

Magdalena Jetelovà’s Iceland Project

Magdalena Jetelovà is perhaps best known the world over for her 1990s work Domestication of Pyramids. Light works In the 1990s, Magdalena Jetelovà transitioned to the artwork that uses light as a tool to define territories and uncover the secrets that our universe conceals. With a combination of laser use and black & white photography, […]

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Magdalena Jetelová’s domesticated pyramids fill up museums

Czech installation artist Magdalena Jetelová has made a name for herself in the world of conceptual land art, and the Domestication of Pyramids is hands down her most spectacular work in this art form. Even though she is also well known for her light contraptions and visualizations of nature and landscapes, the Pyramids remain the

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