Hans Scheib is a German sculptor and graphic artist, best known for his wood and bronze sculptures. Born in Potsdam in 1949, he grew up in Berlin. In 1976 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden.
Hans Scheib lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
His works are in prestigious public and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in Berlin; Albertinum, Dresden; Grassi Museum in Leipzig; The National Gallery in Berlin; Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim; and the Beijing National Art Museum. He is the winner of the 2nd Prize for Art of the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin in 1995); 2015 Bautzen Award in the field of fine arts and the Egmont Schaefer in 2014 for his drawing.
was born in Potsdam, grew up in Berlin
practice as a typesetter; qualifications for higher education, military service
studies sculpture at the University of Fine Arts in Dresden
works as a freelance sculptor in Berlin / East Germany
works as a freelance sculptor in Berlin / West Germany
Little brown HYPERION for the Carlo-Schmid award
Carlo Schmid Foundation, Stuttgart
Aspen Institute, “Art & Politics” conference in Aspen, Colorado
Supporting Art Award, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
With Hela Rolfes, Christine Jackob-Marks and Reinhard Stangl, she won the first prize in the “Monument to the Murdered European Jews” competition (the model was not implemented).
Member of the Free Academy of Fine Arts in Hamburg
Residence in Romana’s villa in Florence, Italy
Workshops in Kolchis, Tiblissi, Georgia
Bautzen Award for Fine Arts
II International Biennale in Beijing / China – Participation
The Table of Pirosmani – project in Tiblissi, Georgia and Yerevan, Armenia
Visiting artist at Oberlin College, Oberlin / Ohio
Listros – project in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Breakthrough – Project in the USA: in Nashville, Aspen, Washington, San Antonio and Chicago
4. International Biennial in Beijing / China
Istanbul Art Fair, Turkey
Egmont-Schaefer-Award for drawing, Berlin
studio in Berlin Spandau
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