Thomas Deecke;Hans-Jurgen Friese PeterHeinrichs
Release Date: 01 September 2004
Category: Individual Artist
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
The catalog features the paper and plaster counterparts of the artist's well-known bronze sculptures. The paper versions seem light and fragile-visually as well as literally. The "Interconnected Sculptures," revolving around one another in asymmetrical circles, are handpainted several times so they can support their own weight. The white finish renders them timeless. These pieces of art can be seen as metaphors for the circle of life, uniting time and space in their characteristic formal appearances.
Today one of the most important representatives of contemporary sculpture, the German artist Christian has gained an excellent reputation since he was 19 years old, when giving his debut at the documenta 5. He lives in New York, Hayama (Japan) and DA1/4sseldorf, (Germany).
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