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Pyrotechnic Iconographism
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His creations are biographical and resonate with extraordinary power and seduction.

Natalie Becker
Art Correspondent, Luxembourg

Korber cannot cease to inspire, transport, propulse, and to dynamize any viewer, into uniquely his style...

Dame Françoise Tempra - Author, Art Historian,
President of the Malta Int'l Art Biennale

The clearly defined anatomic elements, appear to escape their support to "assault, baffle and finally simply enchant" the astonished viewer.

Dame Françoise Tempra - Author, Art Historian,
President of the Malta Int'l Art Biennale

I see the same passion as that of the Great Masters and his work is just as timeless.

Dame Françoise Tempra - Author, Art Historian,
President of the Malta Int'l Art Biennale

Korber is a virtuoso of the line, the pure line, free line, the line metaphor...

Manuel Alvarez Lezama
- Critic, Art Historian, Author
Brochure from Michael J. Korber’s Art Retrospective Exhibition in the Museum of the Americas in Old San Juan, PR

Past Exhibitions Museum Retrospect

"A Decade of Line and Color is a retrospective not traditional but a well thought and intelligent dialogue between works of different periods of the career of a lover of women and men, their relationships – body and soul."

Manuel Alvarez Lezama
Art Critic, Author and Art Historian

Michael J. Korber

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Korber's works have been exhibited on three continents and are part of several permanent collections, including the Museo della Grafica in Naro (Agrigento Province, Sicily) in the 15th century Palazzo Malfitano, along with those of artists from other countries, including Malta, and the works of great masters such as Rembrandt and Goya.

Korber an international artist, who is a New York native, has been called a "virtuoso of the line" by art historians and critics. But it is his masterful fusion of line, color, and movement that has earned his unique style the name "Pyrotechnic Iconographism". This official designation was bestowed in Malta in 2001 by the renowned European art historian, author, and president/founder of International Art Biennial Dame Françoise Tempra.