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Immanuel Klein “large Inner ear’

The Klein solo exhibition offers an opportunity to showcase even more aspects of this artist’s multifaceted oeuvre.

For example, he photographs seaweed and water structures and makes multicolored work with rendered images (see above). Years ago, Sculpture Gallery Het Depot purchased several works by Immanuel Klein. These works clearly demonstrate the link between hearing and seeing. Inner Ear and Stirrup are the titles of works that depict parts of the inner and middle ear in different materials. The sculpture Remembering Tara contains fingerprints sandblasted in marble of hands that are playing the first bars of Claude Debussy’s Clair de lune. This is the work of a sculptor who believes it is important to portray the process of hearing.

Beeldengalerij Het Depot | Arboretumlaan 4, 6703 BD Wageningen  | the Netherlands


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