Paul Noble

 

22. January 2005  – 20. March 2005

Featuring artworks by:
Paul Noble

Since 1995, Paul Noble (*1963) has worked on monumental pencil drawings of a fictitious town called “Nobson Newtown”. These works link the buildings and places that constitute the geography, history and mythology of “Nobson Newtown”. The exhibition at the migros museum für gegenwartskunst provides the first opportunity to view the “Nobson Newtown” project in Switzerland.

 

Curated by Heike Munder

List of works

Paul Noble: Ye Olde Ruin

Paul Noble

Ye Olde Ruin
2003 - 2004
Crayon on paper
426 x 732 cm

Paul Noble

The Kettle
1998-2004
Oil on canvas
22.5 x 30 cm

Paul Noble: Mall

Paul Noble

Mall
2001 - 2002
Crayon on paper
400 x 300 cm

Paul Noble: Nobson Central

Paul Noble

Nobson Central
1998 - 1999
Crayon on paper
300 x 400 cm

Paul Noble: Applied Egg

Paul Noble

Applied Egg
2004
Pencil on acrylic, steel
162 x 100 x 100 cm

Paul Noble: Black Egg

Paul Noble

Black Egg
2004
Silicone

Paul Noble: Crystal

Paul Noble

Crystal
2004
Wall paper
Grösse variabel

Paul Noble: Egg

Paul Noble

Egg
2004
Pencil on acrylic, steel
162 x 100 x 100 cm

Paul Noble: Egg Face

Paul Noble

Egg Face
2004
Single-channel video (b/w, no sound)
3 min.

Paul Noble: Mirrored A

Paul Noble

Mirrored A
2004
Mirror, MDF board
80 x 100 x 95 cm

Paul Noble: Nest

Paul Noble

Nest
2004
Folding screen embroidered, marquetry
185 x 392 x 15 cm

Paul Noble: huh huh

Paul Noble

huh huh
2002
Crayon on paper
84 x 219 cm

Paul Noble: Lidonob

Paul Noble

Lidonob
2000
Crayon on paper
299 x 450 cm

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