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Press Releases from Galerie Scheffel (5 total)

"Alfred Haberpointner" exhibition at Galerie Scheffel

Galerie Scheffel is pleased to present a new exhibition featuring the work of the internationally esteemed Austrian sculptor Alfred Haberpointner. The main focus will be on the most recent works in his long-standing work series: a variety of abstract head sculptures as well as diverse examples of his characteristic "Gewichtungen" (weightings), "Haken" (hooks) and wall objects. In his predominantly wood or metal scuptures, Alfred Haberpointner explores the inter-relationship of body

"Stefan Rohrer - Drift" in the Galerie Scheffel Jakobshallen, Bad Homburg, Germa …

The current exhibition in Galerie Scheffel's Jakobshallen art space brings together some 30 of Stefan Rohrer's unmistakable sculptures and works on paper. In her introductory speech at the opening, Prof. Beate Reifenscheid, director of the Ludwig Museum in Koblenz, paid tribute to the work of this Stuttgart artist, whose works delight not just connoisseurs of art. The "Stefan Rohrer - Drift" exhibition can be seen in the Jakobshallen, next to

Hans Steinbrenner solo exhibition at Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany

Galerie Scheffel is pleased to present a solo exhibition honouring the life's work of Hans Steinbrenner (1928-2008), one of the most highly respected sculptors of German post-war modernism. Some 50 works by the Frankfurt artist, spanning six decades, will be on display. Starting with his first sculptural works in 1948, they illustrate the consistent development of his distinctive artistic language, from the human figure to abstract formal structures. Hans Steinbrenner's early

“Arik Levy – MineralForest” in the Galerie Scheffel Jakobshallen, Bad Homb …

Galerie Scheffel is pleased to announce MineralForest, an exhibition of works by Israeli artist Arik Levy, who lives and works in France. Levy has brought together some 60 of his unmistakable sculptures, paintings and drawings to create a powerful overall installation in Bad Homburg, Germany. The exhibition in the Jakobshallen is open from 17 July until 2 October 2021. Arik Levy’s sculptural works are distinguished by their carefully modulated artistic

Jaume Plensa exhibition in the Jakobshallen

Galerie Scheffel is pleased to announce an exhibition of current works by the Spanish sculptor and installation artist Jaume Plensa in the Jakobshallen in Bad Homburg, Germany. The exhibition will run from 13 November 2019 until 18 April 2020. Jaume Plensa, born in Barcelona in 1955, is concerned principally with “the interplay between spirit and matter, not mere form”. In his multifaceted sculptural work he poetically dissolves the physical body and

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