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Migrants by Beatrice de Domenico

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2019

Fil de fer, resin, pigments, pigments phosphorescents

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Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 122cm (W) x 10cm (D) / 39.4" (H) x 48" (W) x 3.9" (D)

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Fil de fer, résine.
Pigments, pigments phosphorescents


The artist began to use wire to realize a skeleton for her first sculptures. She covered them with resins, newspapers, grit until she obtained full, rich and classic sculptures. Then one day, Beatrice saw this thread which created a lively, nervous drawing with it's unstable shadow and she saw it was more alive than her standing sculpture. Thus she found the wall to be a support for her drawing in three dimension and it stabilized it. Beatrice came back to the resin because of it's fascinating and multiple possibilities. She coated this skeleton with a new skin defender that does not hide neither the light nor the breath while stressing the presence of this drawing.

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Born: 1956

Hometown: Paris

Based in: Nice, France

Beatrice de Domenico is a French sculptor born in 1956 who lives & works in Nice, France. She works between traditional & classical sculpture & teachings from Nouveaux Réalistes.

The artist began to use wire to realize a skeleton for her first sculptures. She covered them with resins, newspapers, grit until she obtained full, rich and classic sculptures. Then one day, Beatrice saw this thread which created a lively, nervous drawing with it's unstable shadow and she saw it was more alive than her standing sculpture. Thus she found the wall to be a support for her drawing in three dimension and it stabilized it. Beatrice came back to the resin because of it's fascinating and multiple possibilities. She coated this skeleton with a new skin defender that does not hide neither the light nor the breath while stressing the presence of this drawing.


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