The new series of 7 phallus shaped bronze sculptures. Six are of a similar size as the archaeological finds from 1400-800 BC, such as the Berlin Gold Hat, the Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch or the Avanton Gold Cone. One of the new interpretations is 1,60m high.
A series of 5 colorful bronze sculptures – one magenta, four turquoise. Two figures telling stories of a love tango – depicted as a dance on a mast. Inspired by the coal drawing BOAT DETAIL by Danish painter and graphic artist Mia Sloth Møller.
DITTMAR’S BROTHERS AND THEIR TRAVELS
Dittmar’s Brothers exist as an edition of 7+2ap in nine bronze versions. The “brothers” love traveling and live in different parts of the world. Therefore each bronze cast has it’s own photo series – DITTMAR’S BROTHER’S TRAVELS
“Fabian Vogler’s figures must be considered as archetypes. On the one hand he is deliberately playing with the familiar, conventional canon of forms, he bestows titles to his works and puts them into a historical context. Though, on the other hand, he wants to show the objective metaphysical reality.
IDOL & SUPERFORM
“Images of idols are deeply rooted in people. In this instance, the artist mentions the Venus of Willendorf and also the works of Constanstin Brancusi. Brancusi reduces his pieces of art to elemental forms, to a core shape. This introduces abstraction and “primitivism” into sculptural art.
There are various series on the topic of heads, “Köpfe”. By following the link, you can get an overview.
Dr. Uwe Haupenthal | Museumsverbund Nordfriesland: (…) Reale und irreale, abbildlich gebundene und frei gesetzte Momente bedingen einander, wobei die daraus hervorgegangene, übergeordnete figurale Konzeption letztendlich für das Wunder des Regens steht. Vogler löst diesen bildnerischen Anspruch ein, indem er nicht nur auf das blühende Erscheinungsbild abhebt, sondern dieses als eine Art von weiblich-fruchtbarem Fetisch wiedergibt.