Maus, whose abstract work in painting and sculpture is inspired by political issues, exhibited work in Belgium, France and the Netherlands before emigrating to the United States. He and his wife, art conservationist Magali Maus, ran the Lili Marleen Antiques gallery in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood before moving to Birmingham in 2004. Since moving here, he has shown work at Bare Hands and Space One Eleven. He and Magali operated Henry Maus Antique Gallery in Mountain Brook Village from 2007 to 2009. Maus opened his own art gallery on 2nd Avenue North in 2010. He has also published several artists' monographs through the gallery.
Maus and his wife, art conservationist Magali Maus, have one daughter, Lara Sophia.
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- Guido Maus website