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Eisen, Unikat


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Metal

Größe (H x W x D)

190 x 20 x 40 cm

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Galerie Reitz (Headquarter)

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Der Holzbildhauer Zeljko Rusic (*1967, Kroatien) stellt in seinen Arbeiten generell den Mensch in den Mittelpunkt. Seine Figuren bringen Gefühle zum Ausdruck – Emotionen sieht er als sein zentrales Thema. Zeljko Rusic lebt seit 1991 in Deutschland, ist auf allen internationalen Messen gefragt, nimmt regelmäßig an Museumsaustellungen teil, wird ausschließlich von der Galerie Reitz vertreten.

Messen / Auszug
Karlsruhe – Köln – Salzburg – Hamburg – Maastricht – Amsterdam – Los Angelos – New York

Museumsausstellungen / Auszug
Museum Biedermann – Museum Art.Plus, Donaueschingen - Museum Kelnhof,
Bräunlingen Städtisches Museum Engen

Skulpturen öffentlicher Raum
Museum Biedermann, Donaueschingen - Großrelief Alemannenhalle, Mönchweiler
Großskulptur, Landrastamt Donaueschingen - eigenZeit-Stele, Kurpark Königsfeld
Drei Skulpturen, Bräunlingen - Skulptur, Tuttlingen - Skulptur, Villingen-Schwenningen
Relief für Bács-Ksikun, Ungarn - Köln, Rheinauhafen, vor den Kranhäusern-Nord


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Rusic Zeljko

The wood-sculptor Zeljko Rusic (*1967, Croatia) uses his work to put human thought in the spotlight. His pieces are designed to bring feelings to the surface, as they center on emotional themes. The chainsaw is his preferred tool; he uses it to shape the wood, bringing chance into the creative process. He sketches as little as possible in advance – his pieces are always one-of-a-kind. The natural characteristics of the materials become meaningful components of his aesthetic expression. Often, expressively posed nude bodies balance on top of the objects. The life-size sculptures uniquely reflect joy, sadness, bliss – all the facets of humanity laid bare.


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