Funky skull and animal sculptures by Julien Marinetti

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Art on Friday 22 February 2013

What happens when a talented oil painter re-discovers his love of sculpture? Well, in the case of Julien Marinetti, these bizarrely creative animal sculptures are born. Each one looks like it escaped its cage and rolled in puddles of paint, becoming a kind of 3D canvas. Each little creature embodies a statement about society within […]

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Dice sculptures by Tony Cragg

Nini Baseema Contributor

By Nini Baseema in New Art on Tuesday 3 January 2012

Tony Cragg is an artist from the UK. He uses all kinds of materials to create unique, organic sculptures. His dice sculptures are particularly fascinating.

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Susanna Corcoran

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By Susanna Corcoran in New Art on Wednesday 31 August 2011

Our brains are incredibly creative (not passive) organs that process everything we take in. Since I was a girl, I poured over fashion magazines, absorbing a certain kind of beauty. In my recent work, I consider what happens when I turn my camera back at magazine images. The result? Seductive, surreal, Picasso-like sculptural objects.

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Creepy clay sculptures by Ronit Baranga

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By Julia Tepasse in New Art on Monday 8 August 2011

I love these sculptures that ‘speak’ by talented Israeli artist, Ronit Baranga. And yes, like you, I don’t even want to know what they’re talking about!

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Andre Tempel’s sculptures

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By Gerry Mak in New Design on Monday 26 July 2010

Andre Tempel’s sculptures read like enormous viruses or menacing devices deployed by a malevolent genius assembling WMDs in his mom’s basement.

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Leah Rosenberg

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 15 June 2010

Leah Rosenberg’s work is all about paint as sculpture, many of her 3D pieces consisting of thick layers of acrylic folded together into book-like objects, stacks, or heavily clinging to canvases.

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First solo show of Nicholas Hlobo

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By Gerry Mak in New Events on Tuesday 8 June 2010

I wish I could make it to the first solo exhibit of South African artist Nicholas Hlobo. His found-material sculptures confront issues of race, gender, and sexuality that still confound contemporary South African culture as it does the rest of the world.

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Yuka Izutsu’s artwork

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 26 January 2010

This Pink Table was made out of fluorescent pink acrylic, drawn and lazercut wood grain. Says artist, Yuka Izutsu: ‘I created it because it feels closer than hanging paintings’.

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