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Tilmann Krumrey (b. 1966):

German sculptor Tilmann Krumrey comes from a ‘bauhaus’ family and began his career as an abstract, modernist artist.

Two decades ago, he embarked on an intensive dialogue with the classical figure and made the human form subject of his creative adventure. Through researching existential philosophical topics, Krumrey became familiar with Campbell’s archetypal Monomyth model. His ongoing investigation of ‘the hero’s journey’ yielded numerous artworks and provided the impetus for the Monomyth series.

Krumrey studied art history and economics. He worked as a professional sculptor for 23 years. He was first mentored by his father Immo Krumrey, a master student of Max Bill, and then by the renowned sculptor and silversmith Prof. Hartwig Ullrich.

He is profoundly influenced by notions of physicality in antiquity as much as by Michelangelo and Rodin. The mirror-image multiplication of Cain and Abel may be considered an innovation in the field of figurative sculpture.  

Works

Cain and Able, Tilmann Krumrey, 2010 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
CAIN & ABLE and Artist
Cain and Able, Tilmann Krumrey, 2010 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
CAIN & ABLE
BLOCK I, Tilmann Krumrey, 2010 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
Monomyth Series: BLOCK I, ATEM - Arenas de San Pedro
BLOCK I, Tilmann Krumrey, 2010 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
Monomyth Series: BLOCK I, ATEM - Arenas de San Pedro
AROUSED, Tilmann Krumrey, 2008 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
AROUSED - Studio View
AROUSED, Tilmann Krumrey, 2008 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
AROUSED
AROUSED, Tilmann Krumrey, 2008 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
AROUSED - Detail
CRUCIFIED, Tilmann Krumrey, 1990
CRUCIFIED
CRUCIFIED, Tilmann Krumrey, 1990
CRUCIFIED - Detail
FAUN, Tilmann Krumrey, 2006 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
FAUN
IMPOTENCE, Tilmann Krumrey, 2008 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
IMPOTENCE
DORNRÖSCHEN I , Tilmann Krumrey, 2011 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
DORNRÖSCHEN I - Studio View
DORNRÖSCHEN I , Tilmann Krumrey, 2011 Foto: C_A_Hellhake
DORNRÖSCHEN I and Artist
DORNRÖSCHEN II , Tilmann Krumrey, 2012, Foto: C_A_Hellhake
DORNRÖSCHEN II
MAN-WO-MAN, Tilmann Krumrey, 2012, Foto: C_A_Hellhake
MAN-WO-MAN
"Bruce Nauman said: "The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths". This is a headline to my work also. Myth contains the spiritual body of society, it's "public dream". The artist is one of the last professions to act within the emotional kingdom of the subconscious mind of the public. Therefore art is a main road to transformation of society." Tilmann Krumrey

 

Group Shows

2010 MONOMYTHOS, Block 1: „ATEM - KAIN & ABEL“,14. August - 17. October, Arte Contemporáneo Palacio de la Mosquera – Arenas de San Pedro (Ávila), Spain.

2012 ME.NA.SA.ART Beirut Art Fair 2012, 5.-8. July 2012, Beirut, Lebanon.

2012 „STILLE“ und Kleinbronzen, 14. - 20. December, Ex Libris Haus: Tilmann Krumrey and Willi Bucher, Darmstadt, Germany.

Solo Shows

2009 “Fünf griechische Göttinnen”, Vorstellung Kunstbarren, Künstlerhaus München,10. October, Munich, Germany

2009 „Preziosen in Stein“, Juwelenschmiede, 17. December 2009 – 22. March 2010, Munich, Germany

2010 „Richtfest Kain & Abel“ – Klangperformance mit Kersten Ginsberg, 30. January, Brienner 48, Munich, Germany

2010 Resident Artist, 11. January – 19. May, Brienner 48, Munich, Germany

2010 MONOMYTHOS, Block 1: „ATEM – KAIN & ABEL“, 6.-16. May, Brienner 48, Munich, Germany

2010 “ATEM”, 04. November 2011 – 21. January 2012, Munich, Germany.

2011 MONOMYTHOS, Environment: „AUFERSTEHUNG im HEXENHAUS“, 30. June – 20. July, Schloss Nymphenburg, Munich, Germany.

2012 „Von Männern und Frauen – new works“ - 14. September - 10. November 2012, Gallery Wolkonsky, Munich, Germany

Tilmann_Krumrey
Tilmann Krumrey
born 1966
in Frankfurt (Germany)
lives and works in Munich
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 ART.ES No. 41 - 2011 - obra y palabra - work and word - page 86/87
http://art-es.es/distribucion.htm

“Recommended Artist” in Virgil America, Ausgabe Juli – September 2011 

http://www.vergilamerica.com/detail.php?number=791&thread=21r03 

UND Kunstjournal, Ausgabe 46, April – Juni 2011, "Kunstwerk von schmerzlicher Aktualität", von Claus Stephani.

http://www.und-kunstjournal.de/