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Plamen Yordanov

Infinity (Tribute to Brancusi)

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Infinity (Tribute to Brancusi)

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Plamen Yordanov

US$ 79,000

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2019

Mirror polished stainless steel

Unique Work

Dimensions: 215.9cm(H) x 139.7cm(W) x 101.6cm(D) / 85"(H) x 55"(W) x 40"(D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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My work explores current artistic and social questions, such as the present-day interaction with images, the recycling of historical material, and problems concerning cultural, political identity and migration. INFINITY reflects my ongoing interest in exploring how art represents sociological movement through time. I’m interested not in making overt political proclamations or judgments with this work but in making a visual metaphor of society that was divided within the invisible walls of different political blocks. The work implicates viewers to confront their own prejudices and assumptions about the society and to consider all people first as fellow human beings. The mirrored walls and the “hatches” of the work invite the spectators to an active interaction, while the overall (Double) Mobius Band silhouette has a classical oversized “monumental” notion of “Infinity” - not only as mathematical, but also as philosophical category.

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Hometown: CHICAGO

Based in: Chicago

Plamen Yordanov is an established, formally-trained painter and sculptor from the United States. Using various materials, his work is united by the aim to create a visual touchstone through which the viewer can self-reflect deeply. His works have been exhibited at major art centers like the Guggenheim Museum, MoMA, the Queens Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and the National Art Museum of China among others.

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