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Sculpture, Metal on Iron
Size: 5.9 W x 31.1 H x 4.7 D in
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Black Women This work is a tribute to all black women on the planet, especially those who with their courage and decision decided to change the world through their actions and thoughts to make it more just, although many times these lead to retaliation against them and their families. Angela Davis Born in 1944 in the state of Alabama, Angela Davis was a civil rights activist, member of the Black Panther Party movement, and professor of philosophy. Because of her revolutionary activism, she was even included in the FBI's most wanted list in the 1960s, by order of J. Edgar Hoover. In 1972 she was sentenced to the death penalty, accused of being an accessory in a shootout with fatalities. The sentence was withdrawn due to intense international mobilization, which led Angela to become one of the symbols of the fight for the civil rights of men and women of color. Throughout her life, Angela realized that equality between blacks and whites could only become a reality when there was also equal rights between men and women. For this reason, she also became a leading figure in the feminist movement. To send the piece, first the piece is wrapped with a thin layer of acid-free paper, then it is covered with bubble wrap so that the piece is highly protected. At the end of these two packaging processes, I build a box exclusively for the work, with a very thick cardboard capable of withstanding possible incidents in transport and that the work reaches your hands in perfect condition. Measurements of the piece: 79 x 14 x 12 cm.
Sculpture:Metal on Iron
Size:5.9 W x 31.1 H x 4.7 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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David Sanchez Leon (Barcelona, 1979), known by the pseudonym of Leon, shapes their work using different techniques that has been refined over the years. Its main project, and that reflects in all his works, is a reflection on humanity, their daily acts and development in their environment. His career is short but intense, with a good track record, having already participated in different competitions of contemporary art, both nationally and internationally, among which are the 17th Open International of sculpture in Venice (Italy), 10th Art Fair contemporary Art Madrid (Palacio de Cibeles, Madrid), or recently in 18951 Km Berlin festival, held on the occasion of the reunification of Germany. Today has different works in private collections spread over three continents.
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