Bernhard Jäger:
Sculpture "Donna Mobile", stainless steel


Bernhard Jäger:
Sculpture "Donna Mobile", stainless steel

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Limited, 100 pieces | Numbered | Signed | Steel | Height: 220 cm |Diabase plinth plate 82 x 82 cm | Weight: approx. 90 kg

Bernhard Jäger: Sculpture "Donna Mobile", stainless steel

Dynamism, movement, mobility - the are the leitmotifs of the modern life. Change is also the main theme of the sculpture from Bernhard Jager. The well-known artists - award winners of the Heitland-Foundation 1998 - notes the relationship of life and moving on and articulated in the spatial representation of a female figure: Donna Mobile.

Jager's first kinetic sculpture stands us in bright colours invitingly towards: a large, flat piece of steel with shoulder-Length: hair and many details. In the rhythm which colours, shapes and lines it evokes at first glance interest. But her secret she revealed only at the second closer look. It consists of seven painted stainless steel elements in blue, white, red and black, which can be rotated around the central axis.

Mobile in the best sense, Bernhard hunter Donna Mobile brings movement both in closed rooms as well as in gardens or courtyards. Because the material is suitable for installation in indoor and outdoor spaces.

Sculpture from high-grade steel, consisting of seven mobile elements, swivelling around a central axis. Segments on front and back differently varnishes in white, blue, red and black. Limited edition of100 pieces, numbered and signed. Height: 220 cm,diabase plinth plate 82 x 82 cm. Weight: approx 90 kg.

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German painter, printmaker, sculptor

Born in 1935 in Munich. 1957-1960 studies at the Academy of Design in Offenbach am Main. Since 1985 he heads the night school of the Staedelschule in Frankfurt am Main. Bernhard Jäger is a member of the Darmstadt Secession. Numerous exhibitions have made known his work. In 1998 he won the Price of Heitland Foundation. Works in public collections (selection): Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Rose Art Museum, Brunswick; San Francisco Museum of Art; Kunsthalle Nurnberg; Klingspor Museum, Offenbach

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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