Hellmut Bruch

"Progressiv nach rechts" - 2020, Acrylglas rot, fluoreszierend, Auflage 3 + 1 A.P., 1 PT, 50 x 50 x 0,3 cm
"Exzentrisch offen" - 2017, Acrylglas lavaorange, fluoreszierend, 34 x 144 x 0,3 cm
Ausstellungsansicht "Hellmut Bruch. Begegnungen zum 80sten Geburtstag", Galerie Renate Bender 2016
"Unendlich, endlich" - 2020, Acrylglas orange, fluoreszierend, Auflage 3 + 1 A.P., 1 PT, 50 x 50 x 0,3 cm
Ausstellungsansicht "Hellmut Bruch. Begegnungen zum 80sten Geburtstag", Galerie Renate Bender 2016
Ausstellungsansicht "Hellmut Bruch. Begegnungen zum 80sten Geburtstag", Galerie Renate Bender 2016
Ausstellungsansicht "Wie sehe ich das Licht. Inge Dick - Hellmut Bruch", Galerie Renate Bender 2013
Ausstellungsansicht "Wie sehe ich das Licht. Inge Dick - Hellmut Bruch", Galerie Renate Bender 2013
"2 gleiche Längen", "Entwicklung und Unendlichkeit", "Radius ist 89cm" - 2021 , orange acrylic glass , fluorescent, each 50 x 50 x 0,3 cm
"Progressiv nach rechts" - 2020, red acrylic glass, fluorescent, edition of 3 + 1 A.P., 1 PT, 50 x 50 x 0,3 cm
"Exzentrisch offen" - 2017, lava orange acrylic glass, fluorescent, 34 x 144 x 0,3 cm
Exhibition view "Hellmut Bruch. Artistic Encounters on his 80th Birthday", Galerie Renate Bender, 2016
"Unendlich, endlich" - 2020, orange acrylic glass, fluorescent, edition of 3 + 1 A.P., 1 PT, 50 x 50 x 0,3 cm
Exhibition view "Hellmut Bruch. Artistic Encounters on his 80th Birthday", Galerie Renate Bender, 2016
Exhibition view "Hellmut Bruch. Artistic Encounters on his 80th Birthday", Galerie Renate Bender, 2016
Exhibition view "How do I see the light. Inge Dick - Hellmut Bruch", Galerie Renate Bender 2013
Exhibition view "How do I see the light. Inge Dick - Hellmut Bruch", Galerie Renate Bender 2013
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Hellmut Bruch was born in 1936 in Hall/Tyrol, Austria, he lives and works in Hall.

The central themes of Hellmut Bruch’s work are light and proportions, elements that refer to natural laws and take shape in “open forms”. Stainless steel and transparent as well as colored fluorescent acrylic glass are his preferred materials. His works reference gravitation, the Fibonacci sequence or the Golden Ratio, and light as an “open” medium. The exhibition presents mainly sculptures made of colorless transparent acrylic glass which focus on the interplay of material and light. Where the artist has worked the colorless material, the light-collecting acrylic glass – in contrast to fluorescent acrylic glass – bundles the rays, creating clear geometric and luminous paths.

“Expressing the essential using the simplest means” is an axiom in the repertoire of Hellmut Bruch’s artistic work.

pdf biography print version (261,02 KB)

pdf exhibition catalog "FarbeLicht - LichtFarbe" - 2017 (1.236,77 KB)

pdf exhibition brochure "Begegnungen zum 80sten Geburtstag" - 2016 (375,77 KB)

pdf exhibition catalog "Fifty Shades of Red" - 2016 (741,35 KB)

pdf exhibition brochure " KUNSTSTOFF" - 2015 (404,80 KB)

pdf exhibition brochure "Wie sehe ich das Licht?" - 2013 (238,87 KB)