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Egodystonic & Egosyntonic - unique work

€4520.00 EUR

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Egodystonic & Egosystonic

by Simone Lezzi and Ruben Esposito - 2018

  • Sculpture: Artificial marble sculpture cast on wooden board
  • Photograph: Analog Ilford hp5+ Silver Print on beewax-finished Foma paper
  • Dimensions 183 × 107 × 38 cm | 72 × 42.1 × 15 in ( framed )
  • This is a unique work
  • Hand-signed by artists
  • Condition: Excellent

In Egodystonic & Egosyntonic the body is used as a starting point for the recognition of our human condition and the proposal of our solar re-evolution. 

The body offers itself up to the viewer in the photograph before rising out of the image into marbled flesh. 

The raw, meaty quality of the marble brings the artwork to life as the life-size body of sculptural fragments escapes from the two dimensions.

Contemporary photography is imbued with past histories, as the marble stucco technique recalls seventeenth-century art histories and the terracotta-colored marble recalls materials from ancient cities like Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Mixed media techniques include real-size photography and artificial marble sculptures on wooden boards.

As the artwork is quite unique, please get in touch with me for more details. I will be pleased to assist you.

The artwork that was recently on display in London featuring works by acclaimed artists, including the iconic Floria Sigismondi, who has directed episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale and American Gods, as well as music videos by David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, and Dua Lipa; the prolific painter and The French Dispatch visual artist Sandro Kopp; Apollonia Saintclair, the erotic illustrator who published multiple art books and collaborated with Vogue, Dazed and Vice.

The show will also showcase works by up-and-coming NFT artists such as Kamilja, Cymoonv, KamaGang, Vidya, Serwah Attafuah and Gucci collaborator Sasha Katz. Johnny Hostile, a frequent collaborator with Jehnny Beth and touring musician for Nick Cave, will also display his unconventional gaze on photography.

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