Siegfried Neuenhausen:
"Man With Parcel"

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Siegfried Neuenhausen:
"Man With Parcel"

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Limited, 299 Copies | Numbered | Signed | Art/Metal Casting | Handmade | Patinated | Format 15 x 10.7 x 25.5 cm

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Siegfried Neuenhausen: "Man With Parcel"

Limited edition world wide of 498, resin cast combined with metal cast, dark iron finish, limited edition of 299, signed, numbered, 15 x 10,7 x 25,5 cm (w/h/d).

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The sculptor, painter and printmaker Siegfried Neuenhausen (* 1931) studied philosophy and painting. In addition to his exhibition, he was visiting professors in the United States and Indonesia. Since the 1970s, he is involved in social projects. He received 1st class Merit of the Federal Cross.

He articulated his own form of social critique in his sculptures but never completely and with a fine irony. It leaves space for interpretations and projections.

Because these small format-sculptures can participate in the life, fits in any place and always are object of contemplation, of haptic and of conversation. It is a high quality of and Neuenhausens "thumbnail still images” are not one-dimensional, impose no "vision" to the viewer, but rather remain open for their own interpretations and projections. The question arises, who protect the boundaries that surround his sculptures, the environment from the people or the people for the environment.

The artist designed situations without humorous, which he has won through the accurate observation of people and their behaviour in everyday life the type of "man", in his work we always meet again, wears a coat and hat.

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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