Magnus Kleine-Tebbe:
Sculpture ‘Dancer’, version in artificial marble


Magnus Kleine-Tebbe:
Sculpture ‘Dancer’, version in artificial marble

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ars mundi exclusive edition | Limited, 199 copies | Numbered | Signed | Version in artificial marble | Format 36 x 18 x 13.5 cm (H/W/D)

Magnus Kleine-Tebbe: Sculpture ‘Dancer’, version in artificial marble

Edition in artificial marble. Limited edition of 199 copies, numbered and signed. Format 36 x 18 x 13.5 cm (H/W/D). ars mundi exclusive edition.

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The name Kleine-Tebbe represents interest in people. While three siblings of the sculptor work in the clinical field in different fields, Magnus Kleine-Tebbe has also, however, completely dedicated to the human figure and themes in the artistic sense.

Born in 1966 in Bremen, Magnus Kleine-Tebbe came early into contact with artistic creation. He spent his youth mainly with the sketchpad in the Kunsthalle Bremen. As the son of an architect he benefited from the ability of perspective drawing and of detecting forms in art and nature.

The study in Nuremberg at the Academy of Arts at the Hans Wimmer successor Professor Uhlig, strengthened Kleine-Tebbe talent of figurative representation. He developed his own style with confidence, who knows how to skilfully combine with modern elements, the renaissance-like design language. (Muse from Bauhaus).

A scholarship while studying allowed him a longer stay in the Italian city of Carrara marble, where he could study and perfecting his skills in the stone processing.

After studying Kleine-Tebbe came to the Technical University Braunschweig, where the Institute of elemental forms, he was an assistant to Professor Weber Courses. During his six-year assistantship he received major orders in the field of sculpture and eventually was able to hold nationwide as a freelance sculptor.

Frequently Magnus Kleine-Tebbe treated his biblical themes, with highlight its characters through a strong expressiveness.

As one of the few artists Kleine-Tebbe is working his sculptures from scratch. From the first design sketches, through detailed drawings and small plasticize models, eventually developing the concrete form of his characters, which he then in stone, plaster, wood, terracotta or bronze realized. Many of his life-size work can be seen already in the public domain.

In addition to his sculptural work Magnus Kleine-Tebbe supervised the master classes at the Stone mason Center Königslutter in the subjects drawing, modeling and stylistics.

A brief look at selected works of the sculptor Magnus Kleine-Tebbe in Braunschweig: "Anointing" (limestone) - development area Timmerlah, 38120, In Sommerfeld "Agape and eros" (Wood) - Pockelstr 22, 38106 Braunschweig "Bathsheba" (Bronze) - Pockelstr 14, the Audimax foyer TU "Laodicea" (marble) - Pockelstr 11, in front of the House of Science

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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