Born in 1967 - France
Born in 1967, Herve Bohnert is a French Sculptor.
Herve Bohnert is a free artist, he bases always on his intuition more than in his technical data. The artist is fascinated about the subject of death that he depicts in his pieces. Surrounded by macabre and strange objects, Herve Bohnert feels the need to create. He tries to define this universal notion, to master it and interpret it in a way that everybody can assimilate it.
However his obsession for this dark and sometimes taboo universe has provoked sometimes strong reactions particularly during his last private exhibition " Route des Icônes- Le temps passé, Les souvenirs restent" which is taking place from April to September 2016, Where he exposes sculptures of mummies, inspired by the Catacombs of Palermo.
2016 × La route des icônes ±±± Le temps passe, les souvenirs restent, Eglise de Graufthal
2015 × Petit Cabinet du Pont de Pierre ±±± Le temps passe, les souvenirs restent, Strasbourg
2014 × Galerie ST Gertrude, Hambourg ±±± Art Paris
2013 × Œuvres récentes, Galerie Ritsch-Fisch, Strasbourg
2011 × Point, Galerie No Smoking, Strasbourg ±±± L’ironie et la mort, Palais universitaire, Strasbourg
2009 × La jeune fille et la mort, Galerie No smoking, Strasbourg
2005 × Vanités, Chambre à Part, Strasbourg
1998 × Stase, Galerie 102, Grenoble
1997 × Stase, Rhinoceros, Strasbourg
1993 × Autres Voies – Autres Fois, Shot Gun Gallery, Strasbourg
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