Esculturas Günter Haese 01.01/01.02 2019

Galería Elvira Gonzalez is pleased to present a selection of selection of sculptures by German artist Günter Haese (Kiel 1924 – Düsseldorf 2016) produced over the course of four decades. This is the third exhibition of the artist in the gallery.

Trained as an artist in the School of Düsseldorf during the fifties (where he studied with Bruno Goller, Ewald Mataré and Joseph Beuys), Haese applied watchmaking mechanisms to explore through movement and weight control the rules of balance. His work materializes a constant obsession to find the perfect balance and to reach the limit of stability. It responds not only constructively to this strong interest in material balance, but was also determined by his studies on cybernetic theorems and the cellular structures. Titles of his works, like Sinus (1987), Soma (2000), or Il Principe (1962), show how these scientific fields of investigation influenced his artistic process.


Günter Haese, Boreas, 
49 x 30 x 18 cm | 19 x 11 x 7 in.
Brass and phosphored bronze.

Günter Haese, Plejaden, 1982.
24 x 24,5 x 24,3 cm | 9,4 x 9,6 x 9,6 in.
Brass and bronze.

Günter Haese, After the Rain III
, 1968.
24,5 x 37 x 32 cm | 9 ½ x 14 ½ x 12 ½ in.
Brass and phosphored bronze.