Celia Rogge


72 x 48 inches
edition 1 of 8

While living in New York and London, German-born Celia Rogge began her series of reflection works, recasting the monumental glass buildings around her as fragmented spaces and mirrored surfaces. Her interest in architecture brought her to focus on the interplay between the interior and exterior lines of buildings against more everyday scenes. In this work, the roman arches and domed interior dominate an installation of classical busts. From her vantage point, the sculptures seem to confront one another, staring down at each other and the viewer.