The Human Figure Takes Shape in New Steel, Graphite, and Gypsum Sculptures by Emil Alzamora
25 days ago - By Colossal
The human figure is the through line of sculptor Emil Alzamora ‘s emotive work previously covered both here and here. The body's many poses and positions are explored in his multi-material practice which uses gypsum, graphite, stainless steel, and more to create his often life-size works. “I like to explore both material and form as well as the seemingly infinite sculpting processes to discover new visual narratives about life and art,” he tells Colossal. “Sometimes I will distort the figure, or encapsulate it or erode it depending on the material and the feeling am looking to...
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