Bulgarian Artist Plamen Dejanoff’s The Bronze House at Hamburg’s Kunstverein


HAMBURG.- Bulgarian artist Plamen Dejanoff (* 1970 in Sofia, lives in Vienna) is realising the bronze sculpture “The Bronze House” in public space. The outside façade of the architectural design is composed of caste bronze modules measuring 95 x 65 x 10 cm. In Hamburg the artist is showing some 150 elements that compose an open pavilion with an area of 40 qm and appr. 4 m height. For many years, Dejanoff has been planning and developing “The Bronze House” for the Bulgarian city Veliko Tarnovo. In the city centre, Dejanoff has acquired a number of building sites on which he is erecting house sculptures of bronze. They are being arduously constructed by hand in separate elements, so that since 2006 progress on the first of five planned building sculptures, which will in total cover 600 square metres, has been advancing in various stages of production and in