He was Erwin Franz Hauer was born on January 18, , in Vienna. Josef Albers invited him to study at Yale University the following year. Hauer went on to teach sculpture there from to , named Professor Emeritus of Sculpture upon his retirement. Inspired first by Henry Moore, and later the Constructivist sculptors Naum Gabo and Antoine Pevsner, Hauer cast his most popular series, Continua, from molds in concrete, gypsum, and acrylic resin using processes he developed while living in Vienna. But it was in the U.
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Like Carlberg, he was especially known for his minimalist , repetitive pieces in the s and s. According to ribabookshops. Hauer's design studio in New Haven, Connecticut is well known for the production of sculptural, light-diffusing architectural screens and walls employing Hauer's modular style. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations.
Erwin Hauer, Celebrated Sculptor of Architectural Screens, Dies at 91