Itzik Benshalom:
Group of sculptures "La Familia (The Family)", art bronze


Itzik Benshalom:
Group of sculptures "La Familia (The Family)", art bronze

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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | Limited, 199 Copies | Numbered | Signed | Hallmarked | Cold Cast Bronze | Handmade | Hand Patinated | Height 17– 26 cm | Total Size 23 x 25 x 11 cm (W/H/D)

Itzik Benshalom: Group of sculptures "La Familia (The Family)", art bronze

"La Familia" is a reflection of family life: Each member, tall or small, is an independent character and an art work per se. But together, the four sculptures have a special charisma.The family belongs together.

Edition in polymer artificial Bronze. Patinated by hand. Each group is signed, numbered and chased with the stamp of the foundry. Height of the sculptures from 17 to 26 cm, total size 23 x 25 x 11 cm (w/h/d). Limited edition of 199 exemplars. Exklusively at ars mundi.

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The architect Itzik Benshalom was born in 1945 in Hadera, Israel. His favorite material is bronze. His works represent the relations and interaction between people. They decorate numerous public squares and buildings and are represented in exhibitions round the world, such as Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida, the Grounds of Sculpture Museum in New-Jersey, the Museum of Fine Art in Sherbrooke Quebeque and the Flint Institute of Arts in Michigan.

His works enter exhibitions in different countries including the USA, Australia and Japan. “The modern existence connects the ground feelings of people. Love is the starting point. I view my work as a try to remind people about the original form. In this context I try to give a new definition to the necessity and feelings.”

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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