Dennis Josef Meseg
Sculptor. Painter. Author.
At the age of just 23 he caused a sensation as the youngest painter in a group exhibition in the French Galerie du Haut-Pavé in Paris – at that time under the pseudonym “John Christoph Dionysos Sommersberg”.More about Dennis
– Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kreativität e.V.
The award ceremony will take place on May 8, 2021 in Zurich. Click here for the calendar.
“It is like it is”
Installation & memorial to Covid-19-crisis.
A tiny virus, a twenty thousand times thinner than a human hair, has done what the great and powerful of this world like to dream of: it dominates all thoughts. Without exception.
Nobody, no matter from which social class, no matter whether young or old, can avoid the topic of „Corona“ these days. It haunts us all the time, right into our dreams. A deadly equalizer that brings people in line and unites them in a way never seen before. In their fear, their losses, their loneliness and need.
Work of the artist
Limited prints. Uniques. Hand signed.
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Installation against violence against women.
Violence against women and girls has been a topic since the very beginning of human history.
It has been written that each war’s winners would carry off the losers‘ wifes and girls, rape or kill them. There has always been some religion that would put women to a lower level than men or that would blame women for being the cause of all evil. Until today women suffer from not being treated unconditionally equally by their country‘s laws.
Various steel sculptures by Dennis Josef Meseg.
Installation. Emotions. Experience.
Incisive moments are an inherent part of life, like the birth of a child, good fortune, an accident or a loss, just as well as those small, unimposing moments with results unfolding much later, such as financial investments, emotional commitments or the choice of a pet.
Experienced a thousand times, in a thousand ways.The spectrum of invested or experienced emotions is almost boundless, hence barely visualizable. With my new installation „A Thousand Moments“, I have dared to oppose this thesis.