Willi Siber (b. 1949, Germany) is an abstract artist working with steel, wood and epoxy to blur the line between sculpture and painting. His artistic work cannot be assigned to a particular genre, as it has long transgressed the border between art forms and mediums, instead approaching what the artist refers to as ‘transformation’ or a sculpture-picture object.Read More
Siber holds a BA in Art and Sciences from Stuttgart University, Germany and a MA in Sculpture from the State Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart, Germany. His works have been exhibited at galleries, museums, and art fairs across Europe and the U.S. as well as in Seoul, Hong Kong, and Australia. Willi Siber's work can be found in private and public collections across the world, including the German Federal Parliament, Berlin, Germany, the German Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina as well as numerous Municipal Art Museums in Germany.
Text courtesy Karin Weber Gallery.
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