Sculpture

Peter Riss - Dichotomic Leisure

Peter Riss

My spatial works and installations comment on the dual nature of mankind. Smooth, shiny surfaces hint at influences of cubism and minimalism and give a feeling of modernist proficiency. However, the apparent order is disrupted by the organic, raw shapes and textures of stuffed animals, resin, horns, and bones. The natural upsets the culturally constructed...

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Sven Schilling - 16/11

Sven Schilling

Sven Schilling is a sculptor who is completely under the spell of his materials. For the sculptures are the oak and iron. The properties of the oak, its cultural connections, their history and many-sided significance, play with it into its fascination for...

Damjan Komel - Seed Sivec

Damjan Komel

Who drew the first image and who was the first one trying to express their own feelings by means of a primitive instrument? Why did our ancestors try to catch a glimpse of nature and life by depicting it onto a wall or in a tune they played? We might never...

Kevin Callaghan - Travel Redefined

Kevin Callaghan

Kevin Callaghan completed am MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013, he has multi-disciplinary approach to his practice. Kevin currently lives in Cork and has his studio at The National Sculpture Factory, he runs intense explorative sculpture and ceramic...

Judi Harvest with Monumental Hive, 2017, Photo by Francesco Allegretto

Judi Harvest

American born interdisciplinary visual artist Judi Harvest, has been exhibiting for over forty years throughout Europe and the United States. Born in Miami, Florida, Harvest is a recipient of The Silver Knight Award in Art, and attended Barry University...

Robert Indiana

Robert Indiana was a prominent American artist, who rose to fame in the 60’s, and played a major role in Pop Art, hard-edge painting, usage of bold and bright elements and expansion of assemblage art. He used to describe his own work as painting of...

Phil Akashi artist portrait

Phil Akashi

Born in 1978 in Brussels, Phil Akashi is a multi-award winning artist based in Brussels, Hong Kong and La Garde-Freinet, France. Phil Akashi carved out a unique visual language using the aesthetics of Asian languages with a cross-cultural and conceptual...

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Aurele LostDog

Aurèle Ricard, better known by his creative pseudonym of Aurèle LostDog, is a renowned French artist who has been gaining a lot of public attention in recent times for his sculpture and installation works. Aurèle Ricard is primarily recognized for his Lost...

Paul Owen Weiner - installation view

Paul Owen Weiner

Paul Weiner’s protean output of paintings, drawings, and sculptural works grapples with America’s contemporary identity and history, generating symbols of an American culture in turmoil. Based in Colorado, Weiner grew up a quick drive from the sites of...

Eric Lacan - artist in his studio

Eric Lacan

Éric Lacan started to draw attention to himself at the end of the 2000’s with black and white wheatpastes under the nickname Monsieur Qui. Behind his sometimes elegant, sometimes scraggy mysterious female portraits hide a subtle satire of society’s...

Ruth Aizuss Migdal - Reclining, 1985

Ruth Aizuss Migdal

Concentrating on the female torso, Ruth Aizuss Migdal is unafraid to invoke the glorious and tenacious power of the female form through a stylistic evaluation of human anatomy. Separate pieces of cast bronze components are treated as puzzle pieces, which...

Waswad - Transhumanism series I, 2017

Waswad

Waswad, also known as Wasswa Donald Augustine, is a Ugandan contemporary and multidisciplinary artist who was trained at Kyambogo University. Waswad created in the past his own world called “Elephania”. “Elephania” sketches a storyline in which his...

James McNabb

Best known for his highly-detailed objects, James McNabb is an emerging artist based in Philadelphia, United States. He explores the urban landscape with his wooden sculptures and shows incredible skills in carving wood. The talented artist makes abstract...

Xooang Choi

Deep, complex and sometimes mysterious, emotions are fundamental to the human condition. They color our days and have a profound impact on the way we feel about our lives. Although all people should be able to control their personal emotions, there are times...

Scott Radke - Three sculptures on display - Image via pinterestcom

Scott Radke

Cleveland-based artist Scott Radke has spent the last 20 years of his life creating bizarre artworks coming straight out of his subconscious imagery. Despite the gnarled hands, corpse-colored skin and sunken eyes of his creations, Radke claims his creatures...

Beverly Buchanan - Photo of the artist - Image via nnamdicenter

Beverly Buchanan

Beverly Buchanan was an African-American artist who explored Southern vernacular architecture in her highly unorthodox and abstract art. Her work mainly consisted of paintings and sculptures, although she was not scared of venturing into the creative...

Tara Donovan - Photo of the artist in front of her work - Image via eveningtimes

Tara Donovan

Tara Donovan is a widely acclaimed American artist who fabricates site-specific installations using commonly found materials such as styrofoam cups, drinking straws, toothpicks, paper plates and pencils. She relies on the unique properties of the chosen...

Lygia Clark - Photo of the artist - Image via world use contact

Lygia Clark

Heavily influenced by Constructivism and the Bauhaus school concepts, Lygia Clark was a Brazilian geometric abstraction painter and an installation artist. She is primarily remembered for her participation in the Brazilian Constructivist movement, her...

Super A - Untitled gallery piece (detail)- Image courtesy of 1AM Gallery in San Francisco

Super A

Stefan Thelen, better known by his moniker Super A, is a Dutch street and gallery artist who blends urban methods, graphic design and traditional painting techniques to give life to work that evolves out of his personal experiences and thoughts. His pictorial...

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson

There are a number of goals anyone’s art may be aimed to fulfill – from existing just for the sake of it to sharing one’s ideas and beliefs with the world. Some see the possibility of art to influence a wide audience, making artwork that is both...