Coverbild Stella Hamberg
Stella Hamberg
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Texts by: Bettina Ruhrberg, Manfred Schneckenburger
Edited by: Mönchehaus Museum Goslar
Graphic Design: Maria Koehn
German, English
August 2011 , 72 Pages
1mm x 1mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-3158-4
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| First monograph on the most recent sculptures of the Berlin-based artist
The focus of the sculptural vocabulary of Stella Hamberg (*1975 in Friedberg) is the human being, the same figure that has predominantly stood at the center of sculpture throughout the art history. For Hamberg, working on a sculpture is like being involved in a continuous dialogue. Yet a unique language is spoken in each one of her visual worlds, as becomes apparent in works such as Die Berserker, Der Gefährte, Der Freund, Das Mädchen, and Der Fremde. The strong presence of the figures contradicts the stoic autism in which they are and always will be trapped. “An image is like a mountain, and a mountain doesn’t move,” says the artist. This monograph is the first survey of Stella Hamberg’s current works. Exhibition schedule: Mönchehaus Museum Goslar, May 14–July 31, 2011
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