13 Modern Sculptures That Stun With How Original and Bold They Are
There are many modern sculptures around the world which are simply stunning and have given a new idea and impression about what art is.
We have compiled a list of some unusual looking modern sculptures which reveal the great work done by the masters.
Katie Grinnan — Mirage, 2011
Katie’s mirage is a painstaking testament to the movements of the human body. It’s an exercise to explore the potential of one’s body while literally addressing the surrounding environment.
Ron Gilad — Gate, 2014
Through his work, he attempts to deconstruct the function of a given object, and in the process redefines its purpose and context
Mario Mankey — Ego Erectus, 2017
The sculpture, standing in the middle of the room, takes the form of two enormous feet stomping through the roof of the exhibition venue in Berlin.
Mehmet Ali Uysal — Avion, 2016
This modern sculpture looks to be an amazing piece of modern art and we recommend students explore the idea behind this.
Jeff Koons — Play-Doh, 1994–2014
That’s a ten-foot high, brightly-colored, painted aluminum sculpture which is fashioned in a proper manner.
Adrian Arleo — Hand Child, 2005
This was an amazing structure by the artist herein several human hand shapes were being used to make a child-like structure.
A wax sculpture by Urs Fisher
His sculptures are like giant melting candles and have given a new meaning to roman candles.
Fabien Mérelle — Pentateuque, 2013
This animated sculpture depicts a man withstanding the weight of an elephant.
A sculpture by Fredrik Raddum, 2017
Fredrik's collection of bronze sculptures depict a true story of human immigration that's now referred to as “The Galapagos Affair.”
Bogdan Rata — Loneliness, 2011
In this sculpture, the crouched together legs take over the entire body, concealing a face or a sense of identity.
Johnson Tsang — Open Mind, 2016
In this structure, the inner pair of hands seems to tear open the head from the inside, stretching it out beyond proportions.
Wolfgang Stiller — Matchstick Man, 2016
The pained faces of the men and the flame consuming the stick seem to be a statement about how we “burn” our life energy over time?
Wire mesh sculpture by Edoardo Tresoldi
The work, created from wire mesh, offers the viewer snatched glimpses at a world existing between the seen and the unseen.
Which of these sculptures did you like the most?
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