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Zsemlye Ildikó

The land, landscape and object sculpture of Ildikó Zsemlye (1969) highlights motifs – evocative of, or closely related to, the elements, objects and typical details or pespectives of reality – which in the previous history of sculpture were all but marginal. By means of traditional metalworking techniques, the artist sets her bronze compositions created by lost wax casting and those in iron achieved by cutting, bending and welding together with – or against – earth, sand, water and plant organisms (grass, moss) to create her original associations of natural and artificial, organic and dead formations and materials.
Price: 2500 HUF
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