Helge Leiberg has been one of the leading figures in German contemporary painting for the past 15 years. He easily navigates between the fine arts and applied arts. He has realised dance performances for many years, held readings, and at one point, even created a stage environment with his drawings overhead projections for an opera. Helge Leiberg draws his inspiration from a wide range of genres and themes, putting his unmistakable signature on conventional artistic media such as paper and canvas.Read More
Since 1993, Helge Leiberg has had ongoing exhibitions in various prominent galleries and museum worldwide such as New York's Gallery Neuhoff, Berlin's Michael Schultz Gallery, Madrid's Galerie Arnes y Ropke and the Nicolaikirche Museum in Berlin or Moscow's Tretjakow State Gallery. His paintings can also be found in over 30 prestigious museum collections such as the National Museum of Germany, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Markisches Museum in Berlin.
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