Ib Braase
 
Ib Braase was born in Stege, Møn in 1923 and since 1968 he lived and worked in Marcoussis, Paris. He died in 2009. Important solo exhibitions include Aarhus Kunstbygning (1983), Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum (1985), Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde (1993) and Den Frie Udstillingsbygning (2005). In 1980 Braase received the Danish Art Foundation's Life Time Grant. Among other awards are the Eckersberg Medal (1968), Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl Nielsen's Grant (1976), and Thorvaldsen's Medal (1980).
Exhibitions
 
Efter Ib Braase 10 Apr - 2 May 2015

Group Exhibitions
Face of Another 1 Jun - 11 Aug 2018
lost for words 24 May - 10 Aug 2013
 
Now Here
 
Group exhibition Nyerhvervelser at Horsens Kunstmuseum, Horsens, Denmark
6 October 2018 - 13 January 2019
Website
Works
 


Ib Braase, Flåderne, 1972, iron, bronze and paint, 210 x 260 x 150 cm


Ib Braase, Skulptur, 1979, iron, bronze and paint, 112 x 86 x 52 cm


Ib Braase, Fra min lillesøsters værelse, 1971, wood, iron, bronze and paint, 206 x 206 x 206 cm


Ib Braase, Anna Ancher - Astrid Noack, 1993, plaster cast, wood, modeling stand, rug, model plane, textile, plaster, cardboard and paint, dimensions variable