Ceramics between form and eternity
Margrit Linck learned the ceramic craft as a young woman in Heimberg, Switzerland. She knew early on that she would have to give new impulses to the pottery tradition in order to be able to respond to the challenges of modernity. With her husband Walter Linck she moved to Berlin and Paris. They were part of the young art world with its dazzling minds such as Picasso, Giacometti and Braque. Back in Switzerland, Margrit Linck recognized her calling. She used the artisanal pottery tradition for her artistic expression. In addition to independent surreal art objects, she began to develop a new formal language for utility ceramics.