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“GENESIS” represents the intensive process of formation, as an effort of the natural forces to create an order in the chaos. The sculpture consists of several spheres inserted in a membrane. Leaving traces on its surface, they remind of the construction, existing in a shapeless at first sight form. By dematerializing and misbalance of the static stone block I create a sense of motion, freedom and happiness.
“GENESIS” represents the intensive process of formation, as an effort of the natural forces to create an order in the chaos. The sculpture consists of several spheres inserted in a membrane. Leaving traces on its surface, they remind of the construction, existing in a shapeless at first sight form. By dematerializing and misbalance of the static stone block I create a sense of motion, freedom and happiness.
“GENESIS” represents the intensive process of formation, as an effort of the natural forces to create an order in the chaos. The sculpture consists of several spheres inserted in a membrane. Leaving traces on its surface, they remind of the construction, existing in a shapeless at first sight form. By dematerializing and misbalance of the static stone block I create a sense of motion, freedom and happiness.
“GENESIS” represents the intensive process of formation, as an effort of the natural forces to create an order in the chaos. The sculpture consists of several spheres inserted in a membrane. Leaving traces on its surface, they remind of the construction, existing in a shapeless at first sight form. By dematerializing and misbalance of the static stone block I create a sense of motion, freedom and happiness.
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Genesis Sculpture

Kamen Tanev

Bulgaria

Sculpture, Marble on Marble

Size: 19.7 W x 15 H x 6.3 D in

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“GENESIS” represents the intensive process of formation, as an effort of the natural forces to create an order in the chaos. The sculpture consists of several spheres inserted in a membrane. Leaving traces on its surface, they remind of the construction, existing in a shapeless at first sight form. By dematerializing and misbalance of the static stone block I create a sense of motion, freedom and happiness.

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Multi-paneled Sculpture:Marble on Marble

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:19.7 W x 15 H x 6.3 D in

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Kamen Tanev is born in 1973, lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria. He studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, which he graduated in 1998 with a diploma in Sculpture, and completed his studies with a Master in Sculpture at the same academy. He has been a lecturer at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia for two years since 2005. He has participated in various symposiums of sculpture worldwide and honored with awards. His works has been exhibited and numerous group exhibitions in Bulgaria, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Italy, India, Taiwan, China and Guatemala, and five solo exhibitions in Bulgaria and abroad. Monumental sculptures (more than 70) are located in Bulgaria, Greece, Russia, Israel, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Egypt, Turkey, Hungary, Austria, Denmark, China, Taiwan, Syria, etc.

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