Meet Christian Maas

Maas-femmebar57_Copier1283Christian Maas is a contemporary French sculptor who has been sculpting since the late 1980s. He has been awarded the ‘Médaille d’or de l’Académie des Arts’ and the ‘Chevalier de l’Ordre International des Arts’ for his unique and accomplished works of art. He is a master in the moulding and casting of aluminium and bronze sculpture.

Christian Maas works in a traditional way, though not always producing traditional results. Maas is renowned for his eccentricities and sometimes risque subject matter. His work is focused predominantly around two main themes, femme being his female representations including those of Grace Jones, Marilyn, and Kate Moss. He also recently has created a number of bronze and aluminium animalier sculpture which are often life size. He has also created a range of distinctive pieces of furniture that are artworks unto themselves.

From his atelier in France his sculptures have found homes worldwide and his work has been commissioned for many public monuments including a formula 1 racing car that resides in Monte Carlo.

Christian Maas exhibits throughout Europe, the Middle East and the USA and his work has been auctioned by famed Auction House Christies of London. Sculptura® is the exclusive dealer in Australia and New Zealand of Maas’ work.

Get to know more of Christians personality through an interview we did with him whilst visiting him in the middle of a casting session.

Christian Maas interview

Christian Maas

Main Exhibitions Include: 

2010 – François Pompon Museum, Saulieu

2007 – La Cité de l’Or, Saint-Amand-Montrond

2006 – Dubai

2003 – Palm Beach Casino, Cannes

2003 – Château Vivien Leigh, Guildford, United Kingdom

2002 – Oceanographic Museum, Monaco

1999 – Carrousel du Louvres, Paris

1998 / 1999 – Parc de la tête d’or, Lyon

1998 – Negresco Hotel, Nice

Permanent exhibition, Qatar

Permanent exhibition, Coco de Mer, Chelsea, United Kingdom


location: Monaco

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