Re-imagine the City Part III - Acrylic on marble sculpture
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- Artist Huertas Lorena
- Category Figurative sculptures
Creation year 2013
- Dimensions 9 x 9 x H 30 cm
- Technique Acrylic on marble
Through my works, I convey the concepts of history, memory, social relations, intervention and ambition, as fundamental characteristics of men capable of profoundly changing the aspects of a given environment. The nature of identity, therefore, be it personal social or historical, strictly adheres to the geographic areas lived. I work starting from recovered documents and objects: maps of cities, marble quarries, historical documents; transferring my research into lines and colors to encourage the viewer to imagine before observing.
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Originally from Bogotá (Colombia), she graduated in Plastic Art and also in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art at the Sorbonna University in Paris. She moved to Carrara where she landed the sculpture an original poetic on marble. She specialises in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara. She lives and works in Paris, Bogotá and Carrara. She has participated in art residencies enriching her artistic work but also numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad. She counts with several articles in art magazines and newspapers.