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About the artwork
German artist Rainer Lagemann’s magnificent sculptures have long enthralled viewers through his unique rendering of the human form and movement, using small hollow steel squares, which are welded together to create the human form. Rainer creates works that are simultaneously ethereal and concrete, and reflect the strength, dynamism and delicate nature of the human body. Rainer’s works are in the permanent collections of prominent organisations such as Harvard University and Hotel Capri Singapore. This installation is located at The Figge Conservatory in The Baker Museum in Florida, with the suspended divers casting dramatic shadows onto the conservatory floor and captivating viewers of all ages.
About the artist
Born in Dusseldorf, Germany, Rainer Lagemann has lived in San Francisco Bay Area since 1988. Today Lagemann resides in Miami, where he creates modern metal sculptures from small steel squares, welding them into modern interpretations of the human body or abstract variations of contemporary sculptures. Trained as an interior architect, Lagemann arrived to sculpture later in his life, but his unique treatment of material and subject matter earned him immediate international recognition. Rainer’s works have been exhibited around the world, including Canada, Singapore, Europe, and dozens of world-renowned art fairs, and are also part of prestigious private and corporate collectionsGo to Rainer Lagemann's profile ›