Stella Hamberg


Hamberg's plastic work focuses on man as such, which has always been popular in the history of sculpture. Hamberg sees her work on plastic figures as a dialogue and in each of her imageries a different language is spoken.

Stella Hamberg, born 1975, was a sculpture student in the classes of professor Martin Honert in Dresden. Since her master's degree in 2005 the artist has been living and working in Berlin. She obtained a Karl-Schmidt-Rottluff-scholarship in 2006. Stella Hamberg's works are shown at the Albertinum in Dresden and in the sculpture garden of Villa Schöningen in Potsdam. Her first institutional solo exhibition inscribeded by and at the Mönchehaus Museum Goslar in 2011. 2012 her works were presented at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and at Kunstverein Ulm.

We are pleased that we will be able to reopen the gallery spaces in Berlin and Leipzig, as well as the EIGEN + ART Lab, for you from March 9th, while observing the protective measures. You can book a visit to the respective location under the following link.
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