The internationally renowned artist Helge Leiberg, whose works are represented in collections such as Getty Museum L.A. USA, Würth Collection, Berlinische Galerie, and many others, addresses in his sculpture, painting and drawings the role of the body in the finding and formulation of the respective creative universe.
"In the movement of man, he seeks man, he seeks himself." Writes Dr. Dietrich Mahlow to Helge Leiberg in the exhibition catalog "Between Jump & Fall" in 1999 and indeed the artist Helge Leiberg, born in 1954 in Dresden-Loschwitz, dedicates his work to the expression and immediacy of the human body.
Both his ink drawings and canvas works and his bronze sculptures appear as artfully curved characters, which through their form and dynamics reveal something about the simultaneous perfection and vulnerability of our existence.
Gestural lines form characteristic figures that wind around each other, in wild dances, always in motion, at the same time given over to the ecstatic in their search for self and knowledge of the world. Helge Leiberg gives the choreography of human life an intensity of color and form that seems inexhaustible in its variations.