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Lee Bul: Monster Black  (I came a fan of her organic sculptures)

Lee Bul: Monster Black (I came a fan of her organic sculptures)

Life Is An Open Book by Brad Spencer on The Green, South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina

Incredible Brick Sculptures by Brad Spencer

Life Is An Open Book by Brad Spencer on The Green, South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina

This is more like an allegory than a sculpture,  if I just had wrote down the artist....

This is more like an allegory than a sculpture, if I just had wrote down the artist....

Kasuyo Aoki (I became also her fan)

Kasuyo Aoki (I became also her fan)

Alice Aycock, Hoop-­‐La (Park Avenue Paper Chase) (2014). The sculpture is currently installed at 53rd street on Park Avenue.

Alice Aycock, Hoop-­‐La (Park Avenue Paper Chase) (2014). The sculpture is currently installed at 53rd street on Park Avenue.

two fans and cassette tapes

two fans and cassette tapes

Ok, it's to participate, but the sculpture would be working better without

Ok, it's to participate, but the sculpture would be working better without

Asta Gröting: Between Four People (4 moulds facing each other to each compass point), optic illusion makes it look like a traditional sculpture

Asta Gröting: Between Four People (4 moulds facing each other to each compass point), optic illusion makes it look like a traditional sculpture

Fabric sculpture by Elisabeth higgins o'connor (USA). "I use remnants of salvaged materials to build sculptural objects that are simultaneously layered yet unraveling, put together but still falling apart, familiar but also strange. I would describe them as beleaguered, bedraggled, distressed and distorted anthropomorphic creatures." Works with bed sheets, blankets, cardboard, paper......

Fabric sculpture by Elisabeth higgins o'connor (USA). "I use remnants of salvaged materials to build sculptural objects that are simultaneously layered yet unraveling, put together but still falling apart, familiar but also strange. I would describe them as beleaguered, bedraggled, distressed and distorted anthropomorphic creatures." Works with bed sheets, blankets, cardboard, paper......

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