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Image © Berg gallery Swedish ceramic artist and designer, Wilhelm Kåge was primarily active in the lates through the s and is best kåge dating for his contribution to functionalist style, as well his work as the artistic leader of the Gustavsberg porcelain factory. Algot Wilhelm Kåge originally Nilsson was born in in Stockholm.
Kåge studied decorative painting at the Technical School, later known as the School of Art Konstfack, in Stockholm never graduatingand subsequently at the Valand Academy in Gothenburg, where he studied under Scandinavian painters Carl W. Wilhelmson and Johan Rodhe.
Between andhe began designing colorful graphic posters for theaters and exhibitions, becoming one of the first Swedish designers to use posters as a medium for communication.
InKåge exhibited his visby singlar and his Liljeblå tableware at the Hemutstallningen exhibition at Liljevalchs art gallery in Stockholm, organized by the Swedish Society, the national organisation charged with promoting Swedish design.
His tableware caught the eye of Gustavsberg—a well-known porcelain manufactory—and Kåge was offered the job of reinventing their dinnerware service. He was soon appointed artistic director, a position he maintained untilwhen he was succeeded by Stig Lindberg During his time at Kåge dating, Kåge developed new glazes and designs for over thirty different tableware series.
This was his first successful foray in ceramics.
The earliest productions were handpainted by Kåge himself, but demand soon dictated that Gustavsberg expand, and by the late s over 30 people were dedicated solely to the painting of Kåge dating. A forerunner of democratic design, Kåge used his designs to express his dissatisfaction with certain aspects of Swedish society.
His Praktika tableware was his attempt to alleviate social injustice, by creating functionalist tableware with working-class families in mind. The tableware was, above all practical.
It was easy to clean, made for compact storage, and perfect for everyday use. More successful designs include, Pyroan oven-safe porcelain, and Farsta stonewarewhich is considered his best work. The clay for this collection originated from the Farsta Bay, from which the stoneware takes its name, close to the Gustavsberg factory. The pieces from the Farsta collection are regarded today as some of the most influential ceramics to have been produced in Sweden during the 20th century.
Meanwhile, he became known for his colorful posters for theater and exhibitions and he was one of the first in Sweden to use posters as kåge dating communication medium. Reinventing dinnerware at Gustavsberg After an acclaimed exhibition of his works in at Liljevalchs in Stockholm, he was contacted by the Gustavsberg factory. His mission was to bring an artistic touch to be the company appliances, quite in the style of the Swedish Design slogan "more beautiful everyday products". Kage experimented and develop new glazes and decorations and designed about 30 different tableware series including Pyro, an oven-safe porcelain manufactured between and
Sometime in the s, together with Stig Lindberg and Berndt FribergKåge founded Gustavsberg Studio, where he continued to design until his death in Kåge passed away at the age of 71 in Stockholm. Notably, he was awarded the Prince Eugen Medal in Objects from the Designer.