Literary Nonfiction. Art. Selection, editing and introduction text: Sibylle Badstüebner-Gröeger. With a poem by the American writer Matthew Graham in the German translation by Ingo Schulze. I LOVE NEW YORK - MY NY shows for the first time, largely in original size, a selection of 65 drawings, sketches, and objects by the Berlin sculptor Berndt Wilde, which were created during his stay in New York in the winter of 2005 on sales slips, bags, notepads, and in sketchbooks.
Berndt Wilde was born in Dessau, 1965-1970 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden, 1970 - 1971 aspirant at the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden, 1975 competition Heinrich- Schütz-Memorial for Dresden, first set up in 1985, 1980 - 1983 master student scholarship at the Academy of Arts Berlin with Werner Stötzer, 1985 Heinrich- Schütz-Memorial for Bad Köstritz, 1989 sculpture "Hope" in the context of the Peace Monument Leonberg, initiated by Hans Sailer, 1991 - 1992 teaching position for sculpture at the Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee, 1992 -1993 teaching position for drawing at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin, 1992 - 1993 realization of the Musenstein for Karl-Friedrich Schinkel, Neuhardenberg, 1993 -2011 professorship for sculpture at the Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee, works in museums and collections, lives and works in Berlin.
Author City: BERLIN GER