Lifelines - Calacatta marble and resin sculpture

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  • Artist Bizas John
  • Category Figurative sculptures
  • Creation year 2019
  • Dimensions 79 x 37 x 30 cm
  • Technique Calacatta marble and resin sculpture
  • About

    "My concept with the sharks series is to represent humanity as a hungry and aggressive shark, eating and destroying everything in its path. But whereas real sharks are doing that to survive, humanity is doing it for profit and pleasure".

This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 8 weeks

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This work includes the artist's signature

Regular price € 12.810

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Bizas John

Born in 1980 and raised on the Greek Island of Chios, John Bizas has had a passion for marble and sculpture since childhood.
His work has been included in many books and catalogues, published in newspaper and magazine articles as well shown on the Italian TV. In 2015 his work was chosen as one of the Top 10 best contemporary art works by the Blooom Award and was exhibited at the Art Fair in Koln, Germany. John has exhibited and keep showing his work widely in Italy, Greece, France, Germany, Belgium, Russia and U.S.A., and has undertaken public commissions in Greece, Cyprus, Czech Republic.

His most representative body of work is the “Humanity” series which became a kind of artistic identity. Sculptures from these series were part of many private collections all around the world.

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