Knopp Ferro Sculpture

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Knopp Ferro Sculpture

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Knopp Ferro b.1953 Bensberg Germany (Austrian National)
*Sculpture: delicate constellation of kinetic iron rods vertically
Suspended from rods emanating from a central fulcrum
Emanating from  a small heavy solid steel cube base.  Entitled: “Fugue 22:24 iron 2009 h.44 16x11,” written on artist built crate   
44”ht 17”dp 16”w                            
Details:
2003: Artist in Residence at Kunstlerhauser Worpswede, Germany
1975-79: Co-Founder of the artist group Jet Ferro, Cologne
1973-77: Master of Metal Sculpture and Performance with
Prof Anton Berger at The Academy of Art & Design, Cologne, Germany
Numerous Solo exhibitions dating back to 1977 in and
Around Germany, Belgium and Switzerland
Represented in Collections: Artothek, Cologne, Berger
Wiesbaden,Cifo Miami, Missmahl Cologne,
Niederosterreichisches Lanesmuseum Linz,
Republic of Austria Vienna, City of Cologne,
Stadtsparkeasse Cologne   
Ferro presents here the kinetic influence of George Rickey with the operatics of Norbert Kricke and the lyricism of Kenneth Snelson.  
Ferro, brings to the table, though, a fresh naturalism that calls to mind the play of cattails in the wind and an unassuming feat of uncomplicated engineering.

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