Jacobus Johannes Sieberhagen
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Jacobus Johannes Sieberhagen
Jaco Sieberhagen
Born (1961-01-25) 25 January 1961 (age 59)
NationalitySouth African
Known forSculpture
Websitehttp://jacosieberhagen.com/

Jaco Sieberhagen (born 25 January 1961) is a South African sculptor. He usually creates sculptures of people and animals using wood, metal, and glass. His metal figures are almost always depicted in a silhouette style, using laser-cutting techniques.[1] The wood in his sculptures is usually found and collected driftwood. He describes the scenes he creates as "landscapes of the mind."[1]

Career

Education

Sieberhagen received his BA from the University of Port Elizabeth in 1981, a BTh from Stellenbosch University in 1984, his Licentiate in Theology from Stellenbosch University in 1985 and a Diploma in Fundraising Management from UNISA in 1994. He also studied sculpture at Rhodes University from 1987 to 1990.[2]

Exhibitions

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

  • 2001 Science Art Society International Sculpture exhibition, Boston, USA
  • 2002 2002 International Art Contest, Australia
  • 2002 Africa Heritage 2002, 4th Biennale of the Pan-Africa Circle of Artist (PACA) in Lagos, Nigeria
  • 2004 Overcoming Maps 3, Traveling exhibition, PACA, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Burkina Faso, Mali, Ghana
  • 2004 Africa Heritage 2004, 5th Biennale of PACA in Enugu, Nigeria
  • 2005 Galerie Art'et Miss, Paris, France (Group exhibition)
  • 2005 Salon d'Art Nature-Animaux, Espace Champerret, Paris (Group Exhibition)
  • 2006 Salon d'Art Nature-Animaux, Paris (Group Exhibition)
  • 2007 Galerie Art'et Miss, Paris, France (Group Exhibition)
  • 2010 In Family Unity - Unity of the world, (Traveling Group Exhibition) Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia
  • 2011 In Family Unity - Unity of the world, (Traveling Group Exhibition) Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), Moscow, Russia
  • 2012 Tee Party Berlin, The Wye, Berlin, Germany
  • 2014 South African Luciano Benetton canvases at Ca' dei Carraresi, Treviso, Italy
  • 2014 20 Years of Democracy, Turchin Centre for the Visual Arts. Appalachian State University, North Carolina, USA, 2015 Pretoria Art Museum, *2015 University of Johannesburg Gallery Johannesburg.
  • 2015 Group exhibition Imago Mundi, Fondazione Isola di San Giorgio Moggiore, Venice, Italy

INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE SIMPOSIUMS

  • 2007 1st China Erdaobaihe International Sculpture Symposium, China
  • 2010 11th China Changchun International Sculpture Symposium, China
  • 2011 Centennial International Wood Carving Event, Taichung Taiwan

NATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

  • 1990 Volkskas Bank Atelier (ABSA)
  • 1992 Volkskas Bank Atelier (ABSA)
  • 1996 Volkskas Bank Atelier (ABSA)
  • 2002 Solo exhibition - KKNK (Sasol Visual Arts Main Festival), Oudtshoorn
  • 2004 Sasol New Signature Competition '04, Pretoria
  • 2004 Brett Kebble Art Awards, Cape Town
  • 2005 Sasol New Signature Competition '05, Pretoria
  • 2006 Installation work "Girl in a Blue dress"- finalist for the cancelled 2006 Brett Kebble Art Awards
  • 2007 Spier Contemporary 2007, Stellenbosch
  • 2009 Woordfees, Stellenbosch, ATKV Project "Skilder met woorde"
  • 2010 Spier Contemporary 2010, Cape Town
  • 2012 "Ik ben een afrikander II" Woordfees, Stellenbosch
  • 2012 100 plates, Vryfees 2012, Bloemfontein
  • 2013 Metalworks, Stellenbosch
  • 2013 Innibos festival, "woord en beeld", Nelspruit
  • 2013 Benetton Small Canvas Art project- South Africa, Luciano Benetton Foundation
  • 2013 Aardklop Main festival Solo Exhibition, Potchefstroom
  • 2013 Summer of Sculpture II, Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town
  • 2014 " KomSit", Public Sculpture Stellenbosch III
  • 2014 Sculptures on the Cliffs, Hermanus
  • 2014 The Industrial Karoo - FEAR&LOSS, Oliewenhuis, Bloemfontein
  • 2015 Reflections - Public Art in Stellenbosch IV
  • 2015 The Industrial Karoo - FEAR&LOSS, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria
  • 2015 Die Burger 100 jaar, Suidoosterfees, Cape Town
  • 2015 Sculpture on the Cliffs 2015, Hermanus
  • 2015 The Industrial Karoo - FEAR&LOSS, Jan Rupert Art Centre, Graaff-Reinet
  • 2016 Woordfees, Stellenbosch, "plek-plek" Group exhibition

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • 1998 Jean Welz Gallery, Worcester
  • 2000 Klein Karoo National Arts Festival, Oudtshoorn
  • 2001 Chelsea Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2002 Cuyler Street Gallery, Port Elizabeth
  • 2006 AVA, Cape Town
  • 2008 art-b, Bellville
  • 2008 Johans Borman Fine Art Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2009 Artspace Gallery, Johannesburg
  • 2011 Artspace Gallery, Johannesburg
  • 2013 Artspace Gallery, Johannesburg
  • 2014 Gallery on Leviseur, Bloemfontein
  • 2015 Lizamore & Associates, Johannesburg

POP-UP GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

  • 2011 December 2011 Village Square, Hermanus
  • 2012 December 2012 Station Square, Hermanus

TWO AND THREE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

  • 1999 Bellville Art Gallery with Cecilia van Heerden
  • 2001 KKNK Oudtshoorn with Francois Gerber and Francois Tiran
  • 2003 Johans Borman Fine Art Gallery, Cape Town with Hennie Nieman Jr and Angela Key
  • 2003 Chelsea on 34 Gallery, Darling with Judith Mason and Cecily Sash
  • 2004 Skukan Gallery, Pretoria with Elize Lamprecht
  • 2004 art-b, Bellville with Nico Eilers, Loni Drager
  • 2004 Jean Welz Gallery, Worcester with Nico Eilers, Loni Drager
  • 2005 Chelsea on 34, Darling with Francois Roux
  • 2006 Artspace Fine Art Gallery, Johannesburg with Bonnie Walters
  • 1987-2015 Participated in 104 Group exhibitions

FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • 2016 2-16 May Imago Mundi United Nations in New York, USA
  • 2016 Sculptures on the Cliffs, Hermanus South Africa
  • 2016 100 Geographies. Stellenbosch Museum Stellenbosch

CURATOR FOR EXHIBITIONS

  • 2003 "Dream for our Daughters" exhibition - Sasol Main Festival Exhibitions, KKNK, Oudtshoorn.
  • 2014, 2015 Sculptures on the Cliffs, Hermanus

RESIDENCIES

PUBLICATIONS

  • 2001 Afrikaans volume of poetry - Roosknop of Marmerklip
  • 2002 The poem "ABBAKIND" published in "Die Woordgilde, Bundel 55"
  • 2008 Trapped in History, Catalogue published by Johans Borman Fine Art Gallery
  • 2009 No(n) place like home, Catalogue
  • 2011 Business of ART, ART of Business, Rand Merchant Bank
  • 2011 Step up or step down, Catalogue
  • 2013 The Carnival (No dogs allowed) Catalogue
  • 2013 In the shadow of the rainbow, published by Johans Borman Fine Art Gallery
  • 2014 Contemporary Artist from South Africa, Luciano Benetton Collection
  • 2014 Still, published by Johans Borman Fine Art Gallery
  • 2014 under construction, Catalogue
  • 2015 Construct, Catalogue
  • 2015 Inspirasie pamflet beelde en gedigte

REFERENCES

  • "A Selection of Eastern Cape Art" by Helena Theron

PUBLIC SCULPTURE/LARGE SCULPTURES

  • 2007 Sculpture Park in Erdaobaihe (Baihe), North Eastern China
  • 2008 Hollard Head Office, Johannesburg, SA
  • 2008 Jan Cilliers Primary School, Johannesburg, SA
  • 2009 Ron Kaplan Sculpture Park, Australia
  • 2009 Qasr Al Sarab, Abu Dhabi.
  • 2009 Rand Merchant Bank, Johannesburg, SA
  • 2010 Deneys Reitz Attorneys, Cape Town, SA
  • 2010 Changchun International Automotive Park, China
  • 2011 Dongshih Forest Culture park, Taichung, Taiwan
  • 2011 Ron Kaplan Sculpture Park, Australia
  • 2012 Cape Gate, Vanderbijlpark, SA
  • 2012 Louw Geldenhuys Primary School, Johannesburg, SA
  • 2014 Jan S Marais Park, Stellenbosch (Sculpture on loan)
  • 2015 Quénet Arcade, Worcester
  • 2016 La Petit Dauphiné Franschoek
  • Spier Contemporary 2010, Cape Town[3]

Collections

Sanlam Collection, South African Constitutional Court Collection, Sasol Collection, Hollard Collection, Iziko Museums (Slave Lodge) Cape Town, Rand Merchant Bank Collection, ATKV Collection, Sasol Gas Collection, Cell-C Collection, Nando's United Kingdom Collection, Hugo Naude Art Gallery Worcester, Pan African Circle of Artists Collection Enugu Nigeria, Ellerman House Collection, Dongshih Forestry Bureau (Taiwan), Development Bank of South Africa Collection, University of Freestate Collection, Innibos Festival Collection, Hoër Meisieskool Bloemhof Collection, Luciano Benetton Collection (Italy) Spier Arts Trust, Johannesburg Library, Quenvest Collection.

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS SA, USA, England, Scotland, Germany, Ghana, Holland, Namibia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, Switzerland, France, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, Brasília, Spain and Taiwan.

Awards

  • 1996 New signature - Sculpture, art-b, Bellville, SA
  • 2000 Public sculpture for Port Elizabeth competition - Joint runner-up (highly recommended)
  • 2001 Art Society International Contemporary Sculpture Competition, Boston USA - Outstanding Sculpture Award,
  • 2002 2002 International Art Contest, Australia - Runner up Mixed Medium Category
  • 2005 Merit Award, Sasol New Signature Exhibition, Pretoria, SA
  • 2006 The lauréat du prix du public pour Exposition International, Galerie Art' et Miss, Paris, France

References

  1. ^ a b "Jaco Sieberhagen". Rose Korb Art. Archived from the original on 30 March 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Jaco Sieberhagen". Spier Contemporary 2010. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "Jaco Sieberhagen". Johans Borman Fine Art. Retrieved 2012.

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