Ingbert Brunk & the Marble of Naxos
The sculptor Ingbert Brunk has been living and working in Greece, on the island of Naxos, in the Cyclades, since 1985. His first studio was situated in a Venetian fortress, built on the ruins of an ancient acropolis, high above the modern town. The setting is elevated in more senses than one, in that, in the centuries following Venetian rule, the fortress served as a monastery. In these surroundings, his Sculpture take shape testifying to the fascination, which Naxos marble, celebrated since antiquity, exerts on the artist.