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Dorota Buczkowska

Dorota Buczkowska

CARLO BERNARDINI, PERMEABLE SPACES 2002-2006, Fiber optic, transparent plexiglass

CARLO BERNARDINI, PERMEABLE SPACES 2002-2006, Fiber optic, transparent plexiglass

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

'L'Homme qui marche' is considered to be one of the most important sculptures of the 20th century. 'L’Homme qui marche I' (The Walking Man I, lit. The Man who Walks I) is the name of any one of the cast bronze sculptures that comprise six numbered editions plus four artist proofs created by Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti in 1961. On 3 February 2010, the second edition of the cast of the sculpture became one of the most expensive works of art ever sold at auction, and the most expensive…

Alberto Giacometti's L'Homme Qui Marche: Greed, vanity and the tortured soul behind the £65m stick man

'L'Homme qui marche' is considered to be one of the most important sculptures of the 20th century. 'L’Homme qui marche I' (The Walking Man I, lit. The Man who Walks I) is the name of any one of the cast bronze sculptures that comprise six numbered editions plus four artist proofs created by Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti in 1961. On 3 February 2010, the second edition of the cast of the sculpture became one of the most expensive works of art ever sold at auction, and the most expensive…

to the house of a friend

to the house of a friend

Cool Stuff: "The Awakening" sculpture in Chesterfield.  There's also one in Washington D.C.

Cool Stuff: "The Awakening" sculpture in Chesterfield. There's also one in Washington D.C.

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