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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.

Rosa Parks.

Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights.


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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.
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.

Rosa Parks.

Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights.


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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.
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.

Rosa Parks.

Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights.


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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.
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.

Rosa Parks.

Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights.


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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.
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.

Rosa Parks.

Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights.


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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.
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Black Women - Rosa Parks Sculpture

David Sànchez Leòn

Spain

Sculpture, Metal on Iron

Size: 4.7 W x 24.8 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. Rosa Parks. Rosa Parks, registered at birth as Rosa Louise McCauley Parks1 (Tuskegee, Alabama, February 4, 1913 - Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 2005), was an important figure in the civil rights movement in the United States. especially for having refused to give up his seat to a white man and move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama (United States), on December 1, 1955. For such action he ended up in jail, which is frequently cited as the spark of the movement, and is recognized as the first lady of civil rights. 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: 63 x 12 x 12 cm.

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Sculpture:Metal on Iron

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Size:4.7 W x 24.8 H x 4.7 D in

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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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