Working for the most part in bronze, sculptor Stella Hamberg uses that classical material to create a broad range of forms—mainly human figures, but also animals, all suffused with an elemental intensity that signals individuality and vitality, but also the inevitability of failure and death. That transformation, and the presence it suggests of eternity in every moment, is essential to the figures she creates, imbuing them with unforgettable force. This book presents an overview of her work, showing her to be one of the leading figures in contemporary sculpture.
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About the Author
Moritz Woelk is a German art historian and the director of the Museum Schnütgen in Cologne, Germany.