Claus Bury Gegenläufig

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Edited by: Ingeborg Flagge Texts by: Christoph Brockhaus, Dr. Martin Burckhardt, Birgit Möckel, Dr. Manfred Sack, Yorck Förster Contributions: Prof. Dr. Christa Lichtenstern German, English Februar 2007, 224 Pages, 186 Ills. Hardcover 308mm x 247mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1887-5

Claus Bury (*1946), who has been designing and building great architectural sculptures since 1979, is one of the most internationally renowned German sculptors alive today.Including essays by well-known authors, this book is devoted to Bury’s most recent works. For the first time, the artist’s sketches and journals—such as those detailing his travels in Yucatan, Mexico, in early 2006—will be published along with impressive black-and-white photographs of Mayan temples. Various aspects of Bury’s public sculptures are examined, especially boats and ships, a subject at the core of his work. The creation of Bury’s largest project to date, the Bitterfelder Bogen (Bitterfeld Arch), which opened in August 2006, is carefully documented. Photographs from Bury’s collection of farmer's architecture—sculptural structures made of bales of straw, which he has been photographing for 25 years—complete the volume. Exhibition schedule: Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt/Main, February 23–April 22, 2007