Shop authentic Carl Auböck serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, decorative objects and other Carl Auböck furniture from the world’s best dealers. Carl Auböck II (1900-1957) is one of the most extraordinary personalities of Austrian modernism. After working as an apprentice bronze worker and engrav. Carl Auböck II was born in 19and is one of the most extraordinary personalities of Austrian modernism.
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I am pleased to present with Wright the first curate stand-alone auction featuring the work of the Austrian national treasure, Carl Auböck II. Founded in the 19th century as a metal workshop for girdling and chasing, the traditional Carl Auböck workshop still operates from its original home, in a Vienn. This workshop is the Werkstätte Carl Auböck.
Family run by four generations of Auböcks, Werkstätte Carl Auböck still produces highly . The Werkstätte Carl Auböck is a fourth-generation Viennese workshop known for its witty approach to modern industrial design. Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Carl Auböck. Among the most celebrated figures of Austrian modernism and the second in a lineage .
Edited by Clemens Kois Brian Janusiak Narrative texts by Carl Auböck IV Texts by Carl Auböck IV, Michael Boy Patrick Parrish With contributions from . Werkstätte Carl Auböck is still located in the townhouse in Vienna’s Seventh District where the family run metal business was founded more . The Werkstätte Carl Auböck—dating back to four generations of Auböcks—was originally founded as a metal workshop in 19by Karl Henirch Auböck . Carl Auböck: The Workshop documents hundreds of signature Workshop objects culled from exclusive private collections, and brings us . A defining figure of Austrian modernism, Carl Auböck designed sculptural yet functional brass objects that created art of everyday items. Carl Aubock: The Workshop (9781576876152): Carl Aubock, Sophia Lambrakis, Patrick Parrish, Clemens Kois, Brian Janusiak: Books. According to Patrick Parrish, the co-founder of the inspired TriBeCa design gallery Mondo Cane, that’s what .