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Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann
Hans Thomann

Hans Thomann

Human - Body - Figure

By (author) textkurve, Baumgartner & Annaheim, Zurich
Text by Judith Annaheim
Text by Dorothée Mesmer
Text by Roland Wäspe
Text by Thomas Zeuge


Publishing 12th Dec 2022
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    • This monograph features the latest works from German sculptor Hans Thomann
    • A humorous, critical, provocative reflection on human existence
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    The figure is a constant in the work of Hans Thomann (*1957). The sculptor is interested in the question of how people present and perceive themselves. Thomann sounds out cultural conceptions, which quite often turn out to be fragile illusions, in life-size human sculptures of figures from Superman and dwarves to Jesus. Ambivalence, just like humour, is one of the artist’s constant companions. With his works, which include numerous installations in public spaces and commercial premises, Hans Thomann continuously reflects on human existence. His examinations also comprise sacred spaces, in which he realises critical or provocative interventions.

    Text in English and German.

    Publish date
    12th Dec 2022
    World excluding Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the US & Canada
    330 mm x 240 mm
    184 Pages
    200 color
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