- 180 x 100 x 100 cm
Zijn spectaculaire werken zijn de laatste jaren onder andere te zien op kunstbeurzen in New York, London, Miami en de Pan in Amsterdam en zorgen voor een frisse wind in de kunstwereld.
Gross vertelt verhalen over consumptie en laat ons denken over de verantwoordelijkheid die we delen naar de volgende generaties. Dit doet hij met spectaculaire Flower Bonanzas gemaakt van bio-materiaal dat hij zelf heeft ontwikkeld.
- We can still visit you at home, but with necessary security measures and more distance
- Free and without any obligation
- Art advice at home for 20 years
- Best to judge in your own interior
More of Stefan Gross
Stefan Gross (1964), born in Bendorf, Germany, started his career as an apprentice in stained glass production factory. In 1988 he decided to continue his art studies at the Art Academy HBK Saar in Saarbrücken.
In 2006 he developed his own material that he now mainly uses: "oil plastic". It is the result of painting industrial plastic with classic oil paint. It is surface and paint in one and enables Stefan Gross to expand the painted surface three-dimensionally. "Oil plastic" is translucent and behaves like glass at a relatively low temperature. Much of the plastic Gross uses is recycled. In his work, Stefan Gross colorfully depicts the fall of a growth-based society. 'The world is a serious place these days. This is a problem that I deal with in my work. 'He shows the beauty and the potential of industrial production in a retrospect on d