Daniel Braeg

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Frutta per la Serpara “Obststand”, 2006

260 x 220 x 190 cm, ferro, telo plastificato

/ Eisen, Plane beschichtet / iron, platicized

canavas


Daniel Braeg - München(D) - *1964 Pfullendorf (D)
 

ITALIANO

1964, nato a Pfullendorf (D) 1980–1993, apprendistato come scalpellino 1984–1992, studia all’Accademia Belle Arti, Monaco di Baviera (D), Meisterschüler del Prof. Olaf Metzel, diploma accademico 1989–1990, uditore all’Università delle Arti Figurative di Francoforte (D) del Prof. Ulrich Rückriem 1993, borsa di studio postlaurea dello Stato Libero di Baviera (D), borsa di lavoro della fondazione per l’arte di Baden-Württemberg (D) 1994–1995, DAAD-Borsa di studio in Giappone (J) 1997, borsa di studio Hofgut Hohenkarpfen (D) 1998, membro dell’Unione Artisti Tedeschi “Deutschen Künstlerbund” (D) 2003, visiting artist, Accademia Belle Arti di Bologna (I) 2004, visiting artist, Art Department University of Wisconsin, Madison (USA) 2005, visiting artist, Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Vilnius (LT) 2009–2012, membro della commissione per progetti artistico-architettonici e public art Quivid, Monaco di Baviera (D) 2012, Theodore Randall International Chair, (professore per un semestre) Alfred University, New York (USA) 2014, artist in residence, Brig-Glis (CH) 2015, artist in residence, Cité International des Arts, Parigi (F)

Daniel Braeg

ENGLISH

1964, born at Pfullendorf (D) 1980–1993, apprentice as stonecutter 1984–1992, studies at (D), Meisterschüler, Prof. Olaf Metzel, Academic degree 1989–1990, auditor at Visual Arts University Frankfurt (D), Prof. Ulrich Rückriem 1993, postgraduate scholarship at Free state of Bavaria (D), scholarship at Art Foundation Baden-Württemberg (D) 1994–1995, DAAD-scholarship in Japan (J) 1997, scholarship at Hofgut Hohenkarpfen (D) 1998, member of the “Deutschen Künstlerbund” (D) 2003, visiting artist, Visual Arts Academy Bologna (I) 2004, visiting artist, Art Department University of Wisconsin, Madison (USA) 2005, visiting artist, Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Vilnius (LT) 2009–2012, member of Art-architecture projects and public art Commission at Quivid, Munich (D) 2012, Theodore Randall International Chair, Alfred University, New York (USA) 2014, artist in residence, Brig-Glis (CH) 2015, artist in residence, Cité International des Arts, Parigi (F)

DEUTSCH

1964, geboren in Pfullendorf (D) 1980–1993, Steinmetzlehre 1984–1992, Studium an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in München (D), Meisterschüler bei Prof. Olaf Metzel, Diplom 1989–1990, Gaststudium an der Hochschule der Bildenden Künste in Frankfurt (D), bei Prof. Ulrich Rückriem 1993, Postgraduiertenstipendium des Freistaates Bayern, Arbeitsstipendium der Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg (D) 1994–1995, DAAD-Jahresstipendium für Japan 1997, Stipendium Hofgut Hohenkarpfen (D) 1998, Mitglied im Deutschen Künstlerbund 2003, Visiting artist, Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna (I) 2004, Visiting artist, Art Department University of Wisconsin, Madison (USA) 2005, Visiting artist, Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Vilnius (LT) 2009–2012, Mitglied der Kommission für Kunst am Bau und Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Quivid, München (D) 2012, Theodore Randall International Chair, Alfred University, New York (USA) 2014, Artist in Residence, Brig-Glis (CH) 2015, Artist in Residence, Cité International des Arts, Paris (FR)

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