Lionel Maunz
In a gallery space, a large iron sculpture resembling a cage containing architectural models and an abstracted body part.

You'll Learn It On Your Body, 2021 Steel, glass, polymer modified gypsum, polyurethane resin, epoxy clay, plaster, burlap, acrylic paint 56 ¼ × 42 × 24 in.

In a gallery space, a large iron sculpture resembling a multi-tiered cage containing a small human body.

Catechism, 2021 Steel, polymer modified gypsum, polyurethane resin, epoxy resin, epoxy clay, wig, concrete, acrylic, acrylic paint 68 × 39 × 57 ¼ in.

In a gallery space, a large sculpture of a fallen horse resting on top of an iron base.

Inadequate, Crooked Pieces, 2022 Epoxy resin, fiberglass, steel, iron, paint 68 × 109 ½ × 76 in.

A large steel sculpture hanging from a wall containing three drawings a human head.

Nothing Inside You Was Real, 2022 Steel, graphite on paper, acrylic 58 × 48 × 24 in.

A standing steel sculpture resembling a cage containing an abstract form resembling human flesh.

Your Property, 2021 Steel, glass, polymer modified gypsum, epoxy clay, plaster, hair, burlap, acrylic paint 56 ¼ × 16 ¼ × 16 ¼ in.

In a gallery space, an abstract sculpture resembling a human form with a steal base.

Artaud, 2022 Polyurethane resin, epoxy resin, epoxy clay, wig, silicone, steel 63 × 17 × 13 in.

In a gallery space, an iron sculpture depicting abstracted animal forms on top of a plinth.

He Ripped Your Mind Apart, 2022 Iron, steel 19 × 36 × 32 in.

In a gallery space, an abstract sculpture resembling a human form with a steal base.

As Your Flesh Crumbles, 2022 Polyurethane resin, epoxy clay, plaster, burlap, steel, acrylic paint 68 × 16 × 16 in.

A framed graphite drawing of a small child placed on top of a trilobite.

To Be the Tapestry for His Feet Was My Highest Goal, 2019 Graphite on paper 33 ¼ × 13 ¼ in.

A framed graphite drawing of a small boy laying on the ground possibly dead.

The More Abject the Posture the More Correct the Gesture, 2019 Graphite on paper 30 × 44 in.

A framed graphite drawing of an upside horse bust with a portrait of a young person drawn above it.

Higher Animal, 2019 Graphite on paper 30 × 22 in.

A gallery space filled with many large iron sculptures resembling cages. In the center is a sculpture of a horse. The walls are lined with framed graphite drawings.

Where the Body Ends, 2022 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

A gallery space filled with many large metal sculptures resembling cages. The walls are lined with framed graphite drawings.

Where the Body Ends, 2022 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

A row of graphite drawings in black frames depicting human and animal bodies. On the ground are two iron sculptures resembling abstract forms.

Where the Body Ends, 2022 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

Several floor standing sculptures resembling mutilated human body parts on top of steel bases. On the back wall a graphite drawing in a black frame.

Where the Body Ends, 2022 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

Installation view of metal and glass vitrine on stilts containing a sculpture made of cast iron depicting a decaying figure.

In the Sewer of Your Body, 2018 Cast iron, steel, glass 82 × 36.5 × 36.5 inches

Installation view of a metal sculpture resembling a cattle hold, containing sculptures made of cast iron depicting a decaying figure.

Irresistible Grace, 2018 Cast iron, steel 94 × 51.25 × 71.5 inches

Installation view of a metal sculpture resembling a cattle hold, containing sculptures made of cast iron depicting a decaying figure. A drawing in graphite is hanging on the wall.

In the Sewer of Your Body, 2018 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

Installation view of a metal sculpture of a vertical tower, with a sculptures made of cast iron depicting a a figure in agony suspended inside of the tower by with cast iron ropes. There is a concrete and metal trapezoid at the base of the sculpture.

Discovery of Honey, 2017 Steel, iron, concrete 89 x 43 x 34 inches

Installation view of two metal and concrete sculptures, mostly depicting decaying figures, with a framed drawing on the walls.

Discovery of Honey / Work of the Family, 2017 (Installation view) The Contemporary Austin, Texas

Installation view of a metal sculpture of a engine hoist, with a sculpture made of cast iron depicting a headless child, with another sculpture made of iron suspending above it.

Annunciation, 2017 Steel, iron 71.75 x 36.75 x 52.25 inches

Graphite drawing framed in a black frame depicting a victorian medical model of child birth.

Black River, 2017 Graphite on paper 27 x 39.25 inches

Installation view of three metal and concrete sculptures, mostly depicting decaying figures, with two framed drawings on the walls behind them.

Discovery of Honey / Work of the Family, 2017 (Installation view) The Contemporary Austin, Texas

Installation view of four metal and glass vitrines on stilts standing side by side, each containing cast iron sculptures inside the vitrines.

Ecology of Purity / World of Skin, 2016 Iron, steel, glass 68 x 146 x 34 inches

Cast iron sculpture of a child sleeping in bed wrapped in a blanket.

Ecology of Purity / World of Skin, 2016 (Detail) Iron, steel, glass 68 x 146 x 34 inches

Three framed graphite drawings hung in a row depicting close of images of three older men.

Funnel | Filter | Trough, 2016 Graphite on paper each: 12.25 x 9.25 inches

Image of a concrete and cast iron sculpture with blocks of varying heights and two decaying figures siting adjacent each other.

Mother My Body Disgusts Me, 2016 Concrete, iron, steel 58 x 108 x 116 inches

Detail image of a concrete and cast iron sculpture with three recessed rectangles each holding a small cast iron sculpture. A partial view of another cast iron sculpture is visible at the top right of the image.

Mother My Body Disgusts Me, 2016 (Detail) Concrete, iron, steel 58 x 108 x 116 inches

Detail image of a concrete and cast iron sculpture with a recessed rectangle holding a small cast iron sculpture of a child's head. Metal bars can be seen sitting behind this gradually getting smaller.

Mother My Body Disgusts Me, 2016 (Detail) Concrete, iron, steel 58 x 108 x 116 inches

Detail image of a concrete and cast iron sculpture with of a decaying figure resting atop a concrete base.

Mother My Body Disgusts Me, 2016 (Detail) Concrete, iron, steel 58 x 108 x 116 inches

Graphite drawing of a torso with torn open with a beehive inside of it, legs splayed open.

New Mother, 2016 Graphite on paper 24.75 x 32.75 inches

Cast iron sculpture of a figure in a pose with its head touching the ground and rear elevated, combined with what appears to be a decaying horse.

Double Bind, 2016 Iron 18 x 36.5 x 47 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete ramp sculpture with cast iron sculptures on top resembling decaying animals. Two disembodied legs stand at the base of the sculpture.

Fertilize My Mouth, 2015 Cast iron, concrete, and steel 30 x 36 x 128 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete ramp sculpture with cast iron sculpture on top resembling a decaying animal.

Fertilize My Mouth, 2015 (Detail) Cast iron, concrete, and steel 30 x 36 x 128 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete sculpture with a trapezoidal base, containing a cast iron sculpture on top depicting a man and child's legs and disembodied child's arms.

I Need Love, 2015 Cast iron and concrete 56 x 40 x 40 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete sculpture, depicting a cast iron sculpture of a head and torso melting and/or decaying.

Parasite, 2015 (Detail) Cast iron and concrete 63 x 18 x 28 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete sculpture, depicting a cast iron sculpture of a head and torso melting and/or decaying atop a jagged concrete plinth.

Parasite, 2015 Cast iron and concrete 63 x 18 x 28 inches

Installation view of metal and concrete sculpture, depicting metal framework atop a concrete trough, with small cast iron sculptures on top of the metal frame.

Method, 2015 Cast iron, concrete, steel and pewter 41 x 20 x 89 inches

Installation view of cast iron and concrete sculpture, depicting a disembodied horse hoof on top of a concrete plinth.

Blood Debt, 2014 Concrete, iron 48 x 21 x 12 inches

Graphite drawing of a figure walking beside a horse holding a geometric tool in its hands.

Telepathy of Fear, 2014 Graphite on paper 40 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches

Installation view of cast iron and concrete sculptures sitting on the floor.

Deluge, 2014 Concrete, iron 19 x 27 x 42 inches

Installation view of cast iron and concrete sculpture resting on the floor, depicting what appears to be bones and geometric forms.

Cone of Erebus, 2013 Concrete, iron 20 1/2 x 12 x 47 inches

Installation view of cast iron and concrete sculpture resting on the floor, depicting a severed horse head and four horse hoofs standing.

Deluge, 2014 (Installation view) Bureau, New York

Installation view of white plaster sculpture resting against a wall, containing cast metal geometries inside a cavity in the plaster.

Receive Me, Embrace Me, 2013 Plaster, pewter, iron, sulfur, epoxy resin, acrylic, burlap, wood 55 x 30 x 17 inches

Installation view of a sculpture with a topographical base and two upper tiers showing a plexiglass vitrine with sculptures inside and wooden sculpture on top of this vitrine.

Receipt of Malice, 2012 Wood, latex paint, enamel paint, plexiglass, aluminum, foam, aquaresin, polyurethane rubber, polyurethane resin, epoxy, minerals, soil, canvas, tar, gravel, clay, epoxy clay, pewter, copper, hair, semen, sulphur, bone, glass 58 x 48 x 94 inches

Detailed image of sculptures resting on plexiglass vitrine, depicting objects bound with wire and rope, spheres, geometries.

Receipt of Malice, 2012 (Detail) Wood, latex paint, enamel paint, plexiglass, aluminum, foam, aquaresin, polyurethane rubber, polyurethane resin, epoxy, minerals, soil, canvas, tar, gravel, clay, epoxy clay, pewter, copper, hair, semen, sulphur, bone, glass 58 x 48 x 94 inches

Receipt of Malice, 2012 (Detail) Wood, latex paint, enamel paint, plexiglass, aluminum, foam, aquaresin, polyurethane rubber, polyurethane resin, epoxy, minerals, soil, canvas, tar, gravel, clay, epoxy clay, pewter, copper, hair, semen, sulphur, bone, glass 58 x 48 x 94 inches

Installation view of a sculpture with a cast sulfur sphinx inside a plexiglass vitrine with a plaster sculpture of the same sphinx resting on top of the vitrine.

Disciplined to a Fixity, The Disloyal Identity of Bones, 2012 Plaster, burlap, wood, sulfur, acrylic, human teeth, sugar, acrylic paint, epoxy resin 52 x 16 x 35 inches

Graphite drawing of seated, headless male with visible genitalia holding what appears to be a train track in perspective.

Black Saturn of Form, 2011 Graphite on paper 27 3/4 x 17 inches

Graphite drawing, mostly black, of diamond shaped geometric lines and skulls doubled and reflected inside of the diamond.

Calcium Shadow, 2011 Graphite on paper 17 x 7 1/2 inches

Graphite drawing of a male torso and thighs, with two circular forms and geometries rendered below the legs, containing characters from the runic alphabet.

Fornicate the Pyramid of Being, 2010 Graphite on paper 25 1/2 x 16 3/4 inches