Geometric and Religious Sculptures (13 pics)




For his “Veneration” exposition at the Galerie Particuliere of Paris, the artist-sculptor  Levi van Veluw  wanted to offer a new context to his sculptures. Then, he examined the visual language used in religious contexts and gave birth to a singular dimension through the use of recognizable symbolisms. The core of the exhibition is the chapel, presented here as a mysterious deep blue object with asymmetrical structure built from vertical blocks.

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures

Geometric and Religious Sculptures




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