The exhibition presents figurative sculptures. Nine female sculptors approach the theme in very different ways. Figure in human measure - portrait, torso, bust, lying or standing, fully plastic or as relief - is a highly topical theme within contemporary art.
In the historical context of sculpture of the last 150 years, between Camille Claudel and Louise Bourgeois, figure was and is a central theme for artists who think and see sculpturally. In this tradition, the nine participating sculptors, who realize diverse materials and their own pictorial ideas in their work, stand.
Laura Eckert, Bea Emsbach (HfG-Alumna), Sylvia Hagen, Anne Haring, Uschi Koch, Wanda Pratschke, Franziska Schwarzbach, Cora Volz, Nele Waldert
2 June 2019, 11 am