Bernhard Jäger:
Steel object "Shadow play"

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Bernhard Jäger:
Steel object "Shadow play"

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Limited, 250 copies | Numbered | Signed | Steel | Sanded on both sides | Size: 25 x 25 x 0.3 cm | Plinth: 25 x 7 x 0.8 cm | Weight: 2.2 kg

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Bernhard Jäger: Steel object "Shadow play"

Bernhard Jager steel object regains its plasticity from the play of light and shadow. By striking vistas sculpture intersects manage the environment by involving the space in the presentation. Before a coloured wall, in front of a window in the center of the room, always take the figurative elements of the colour of the surrounding space. The light does the rest, it can reduce the surface stress or breakthroughs or even the contours. It can project the shadow of the object depending on the position of the light source in the foreground or in the background. The constant changes make Bernhard Jager shadow play into a living sculpture.

Object made of stainless steel, sanded on both sides. With 24 figurative elements. Limited edition of250 pieces, numbered and signed. Size: 25 x 25 x 0.3 cm on a plinth 25 x 7 x 0.8 cm. Weight: 2.2 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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