Giacometti makes a selfie and survives


Size: 70.9 H x 19.7 W x 13.8 in

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Originally listed for $4,600

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Art Description

Sculpture: Metal, Steel, Paint and Wax on Iron, Steel and Other.

This sculpture is part of the condensation cycle sculptures and dispersion of matter and of a subset tribute to the sculptor Alberto Giacometti. It is a modern and contemporary reinterpretation of figurative types of Giacometti performed no bronze lost wax but by assembling elements in welded steel.
What was a figure disintegrated worn and defeated by life, it seems in this case to regain momentum and motivation making a selfie. The motto of this work might be "As long as I can get me a selfie I exist and I can demonstrate."

Keywords: Survivors, Thin, Selfie, Giacometti, Iron

Subjects: Men

Styles: Expressionism, Figurative, Minimalism, Impressionism, Modern

Mediums: Metal, Steel, Paint, Wax

Materials: Iron, Steel, Other

Prints: Men Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Minimalism Art Prints, Impressionism Art Prints, Modern Art Prints, Metal Art Prints, Steel Art Prints, Paint Art Prints, Wax Art Prints, Iron Art Prints, Steel Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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