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Alessandro Boezio

Alessandro Boezio

Alessandro Boezio
Sculptor
Location: Milan (Italy)

 

 

 

 

 

A multi-faceted sculptor, he experiments with artistic forms in an intriguing interplay between truth and illusion. The poetics of the impossible and the philosophy of the artificial. The optical deception of mimesis. The search for grotesque connections converge in works characterized by metaphorical allusion and conceptual practice. From the interpretation of archetypal symbols and mythological tales, he shapes bizarre autonomies in sculptures made with multiple materials. Generating environmental installations characterized by the interaction between sculpture and gold thread.

Stratanatomy.

Since 2012, he has been working on Stratanthropy. A cycle of sculptures and installations inspired by mythological tales. Metamorphoses told by Ovid as in Aracne Futura. 2012, a sculptural installation exhibited at the Fondazione Museo Pino Pascali. Polignano. Bari and Pleiades. 2014, exhibited at Macro la Pelanda, Rome. Since 2015 he has been working on a series of works designed in close comparison with the Renaissance frescoes painted by Pietro Da Cemmo in Crema. Thus creating a series of works entitled Scaramanzia exhibited at the San Domenico de Crema Theater Foundation. His work has been exhibited in exhibitions and projects in Belgium, England, Spain, Germany, USA.

Humor.

An artist with versatile creativity, he uses an incredible number of materials, both precious and simple, to create sculptures. Installations and original works. Each imbued with a rich vein of humor. He transforms reality by playing with concepts and objects which, as the artist affirms, “Everything is transformed, everything is reused, everything is readjusted”. His works often show a strong connection with nature, bizarre in its micro and macro figurazione. At the same time, Boezio pays a clear homage to technology with its useless trinkets that man seems practically unable to do without. His work has been featured in exhibitions and projects in Germany. Spain. England. Belgium and the United States.

 

 

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Nobuo Sekine

Nobuo Sekine

Nobuo Sekine
Sculptor
Location: Japan

 

 

 

 

 

Nobuo Sekine was born in Saitama, Japan in 1942. After training in painting at Tama Art University in Tokyo, he entered the art world in 1968 as a member of the group Mono-ha. The Japanese art movement which, in the 1960s and 70s, explored the characteristics of organic and industrial materials. As well as their relationship with space. His sculpture Phase Mother Earth (1968), consisting of a cylinder of earth 2.2 meters high, which he places next to a hole of the same dimensions dug in the ground, is generally considered to be the manifest piece of the Mono-ha movement.

Art and architecture.

Nobuo Sekine questions the relationship between art and architecture. In 1973, after a stay in Europe, he returned to Japan and founded the Environmental Art Studios, a public art agency. In 1970, Sekine represented Japan at the Venice Biennale with Phase of Nothingness. It consists of a huge natural stone held up by a mirrored stainless steel column. It is now part of the permanent collection of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark.

 

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Website→  http://www.nobuosekine.com/

 

 

 

 

 

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Tony Cragg

Tony Cragg

Tony Cragg
Sculptor
Location: Wuppertal (Germany)

 

 

 

 

 

Tony Cragg was born in 1949 in Liverpool. After scientific training and a first job as a technician in a chemistry laboratory, he began artistic studies. He became a professor at the School of Fine Arts in Metz in 1976 then taught, in 1978, at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf.

Neo-Dadaism.

In the 1980s, Tony Cragg joined the movement of New English Sculpture. Heir to New Realism or even Neo-Dadaism, the artist then used everyday objects and rubbish as basic materials for colorful figurative compositions. He then turned to working with wood, glass, bronze and polished steel. His most recent works present abstract and organic forms, accumulations of layers and volutes.

Drawings.

His works on paper are not classic sculptor’s “drawings”, nor a means of shedding light on plastic problems or formulating a plastic idea prior to sculpture. Tony Cragg himself speaks of “drawing as a process of discovery” which can also be used for emotional conditioning within the framework of a plastic process, and which retains its own value.

 

 

Tony Cragg

Website→  https://www.tony-cragg.com/

 

 

 

 

 

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Khaled Dawwa

Khaled Dawwa

Khaled Dawwa
Sculptor
Location: Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Khaled Dawwa is a Syrian artist and sculptor based in France since the end of 2014. He was born in 1985 in the town of Masyaf, in western Syria. He completed his university studies in Damascus where he graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts. Department of sculpture in 2007.
Since his earliest childhood, Khaled has been interested in the concepts of mass and dimensions. Then he began to experiment with the use of the tools available. This encouraged him to finish high school in the professional field. Thus, he acquired considerable technical expertise and supported his studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts.

“Waiting”

The main characters in Khaled’s work began to crystallize with his Faculty of Fine Arts graduation project. Entitled “Pending” for the political and social subject to dominate later.
During her graduation project, which coincided with major political and social transformations in Arab societies, including Syria. Khaled’s obsession with the role and impact of art in people’s lives dominated his approach.

Clandestinity.

Later, Khaled joined the “Al Bustan” cultural group in Damascus in early 2011, where he helped establish and equip the center. He worked there until 2013. He then went to Lebanon where he spent a year in hiding. Secretly working and continuing his art through the creation of the Clay and Knife Facebook page.
Khaled currently lives in Paris and continues to work there in his studio.

 

 

Khaled Dawwa

Website→  https://www.facebook.com/clayandknife/

 

 

 

 

 

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Pablo Reinoso

Pablo Reinoso

Pablo Reinoso
Sculptor
Location: Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

 

Pablo Reinoso (born 1955 in Buenos Aires) is a Franco-Argentinian artist, living in Paris since 1978. Interdisciplinary, his practice revolves around mediums as diverse as sculpture. The installation. design, video and architecture.

Concept of movement.

From the 1970s, the artist initiated a reflection on the relationship between the work of art and the notion of functionality. An issue that is at the heart of its plastic production. With his Articulations, Pablo Reinoso develops this conceptual and formal approach through sculptures that question the notion of movement. Then, its many potential variations, beyond the constraints presented by the material. Inspired by human anatomy. In particular by the articulations, these works, mobile one could say. Deploy within the space in multiple configurations and remain infinitely updatable.

90″s.

In the 1990s, Pablo Reinoso further developed this reflection through his Breathable works. For which he works with a new material: air. These minimalist installations, which reproduce the act of breathing through an electrical power system. Address another central theme of the artist’s work: that of the interdependence between natural and artificial elements.

 

 

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Website→  https://www.pabloreinoso.com/

 

 

 

 

 

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Javier Bernasconi

Javier Bernasconi

Javier Bernasconi
Sculpture
Location: Buenos Aires (Argentina)

 

 

 

 

 

Javier Bernasconi, Argentinian sculptor and navigator, was born in Buenos Aires on November 10, 1975. During his childhood and adolescence, he attended the workshops of renowned visual artists such as Hernán Dompé. Ricardo Roux. Remo Bianchedi. Julián Altabe among others. He graduated from the National School of Fine Arts Manuel Belgrano. Then he followed the extracurricular workshops in wrought iron and stone sculpture at the Ernesto de la Cárcova School of Fine Arts.

Primer sculpture award.

Throughout his career, he received important distinctions such as the Primer sculpture award. The National Visual Arts Show (2010). Also, a mention in sculpture at the Municipal Hall of Plastic Arts Manuel Belgrano.

His work takes the physical and material structure of the human being. Through the combination of the natural and the artificial, taking him to the level of a fragmented image. Generate deconstruction in the construction itself, transport it into a whole.

 

 

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Website→  https://www.javierbernasconi.com/

 

 

 

 

 

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Javier Marín

Javier Marín

Javier Marín

Sculptor

Location: Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

Mexican artist, born in Uruapan Michoacán (1962), with an active career that exceeds thirty years. Javier Marín has exhibited individually over ninety times and has participated in over two hundred group exhibitions in Mexico. United States and Canada. Also, in several Central American countries. South America. From Asia and Europe.

Javier Marín’s work revolves around the integral human being. Using the analysis of the creative process from the construction and deconstruction of three-dimensional shapes. Take sculpture and now include drawing and photography as central disciplines.

His work is part of important public and private collections in Mexico and abroad, in particular.

 

 

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Website→  https://javiermarin.com.mx/

 

 

 

 

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Nicolás Lamas

Nicolás Lamas

Nicolás Lamas
Sculptor, Visual artist
Location: Brussels (Belgium)

 

 

 

 

 

All the energy of the interactive object / subject situation in Nicolás Lamas’s work becomes something dialectical. A sort of action and counter-action taking place over time. The entanglement between ideas and particles. The continuous sharpening of speculation and manufacturing through emerging materials. Locating evidence and releasing subversive energies trapped in objects are characteristics shared by both Nicolás’ work and archaeological disciplines. Each site opened and engaged by the artisan skills of making objects. By the sensitivity to release them has the potential for transformation. This, to shape a type of archeology that transcends the human category to position objects in new systemic structures.

The transmission of information.

By carefully handling the images. The texts and sounds associated with the detection. In the interpretation and transmission of information, Nicolás Lamas tries to make up the various inconsistencies generated by the representation. It creates a world rich in possibilities, permanent interactions. Ellipses, attractions and repulsions. Inversions between horizontality and verticality. Incompatibilities between vacuum and matter. Distortions of logic. From one piece to the next, Nicolás Lamas develops a meticulous network that allows the “system” to find its own balance in the imbalance.

 

 

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Website→  https://nicolaslamas.net/

 

 

 

 

 

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Kohei Nawa

Kohei Nawa

Kohei Nawa
Sculptor
Location: Kyoto (Japan)

 

 

 

 

 

Kohei Nawa graduated in 1998 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Kyoto, sculpture section. In 2003 he obtained his doctorate in sculpture from the same university. Nawa is a professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design.

In 2011, his first solo exhibition took place at the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art (MOT). In 2013, he participated in the Setouchi Triennial and the Aichi Triennial, after having achieved with considerable success his Manifold project. A permanent large-format sculpture installation in Cheonan (Korea).

PixCell.

Through the unique concept PixCell, which he forged from “pixel” and “cell”. He continues to expand the possibilities of sculpture by using a wide variety of materials and techniques.

Moving smoothly between different media. Kohei Nawa’s work explores themes of science and digital culture. Thus, while challenging the sensory experiences of viewers.

 

 

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Website→  http://kohei-nawa.net/

 

 

 

 

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Víctor Hugo Yáñez Piña

Víctor Hugo Yáñez Piña

Víctor Hugo Yáñez Piña
Sculptor
Location: Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

Mexican artist Víctor Hugo Yáñez Piña is known for his incredible figurative sculptures in wax, resin and bronze. Her recent work explores the power of self-reliance to forge your own path. The piece, titled Self-Taught Man, presents a male subject. It is equipped with traditional carving tools. With a hammer and a chisel, which takes it upon itself to carve out its idealized form from a larger body.

While many figurative sculptures in the history of art explore the aesthetics of a “perfect” human form. Piña’s work is unique in its use of a sovereign subject who makes the choice for himself. Also, the tools given to do it. This idea was also explored by Brazilian artist Gabriel D’Orazio, who made a similar digital piece that looks like a marble sculpture.

Self-taught woman.

After completing the Self-Taught Man, Piña made a complementary sculpture. A woman who does the same job. Like her male counterpart, she is portrayed halfway through her task. She, too, uses a chisel and hammer to finish sculpting the rest of her body. Both Self-Educated Male and Self-Educated Female weigh approximately 22 pounds and are approximately 50 1.6 feet tall.

 

 

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