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Egor Zigura



This artwork refers to a traditional object of sculpture - the human form, and represents the  author's extremely free  interpretation of understanding the flexibility of the body, whereby a simplification of body language uses shifts of forms and touches upon sculptural fragments which have been transferred to a contemporary understanding of shaping. Fragmentation has been used in the composition, where shapes appear and then disappear, this provides space for one’s imagination and emphasizes the importance of perception, not only the volume but also the extracted pieces (space is limited by sculptural dimensions) to understand the image. This piece will certainly attract those who appreciate the artistic qualities and  are interested in modern sculptural discoveries.
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Reference number 148127548326
Category Sculptures
Medium Bronze, Glass
Dimensions (HxWxL)

cm | inch

44 x 30 x 13.50 17.32 x 11.81 x 5.31
Weight 7.50kg
Genre&Movement&Style Contemporary
Number of Item (edition) /10
Certificate of Authenticity Yes

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About The Artist

Appreciates the balance between an active development and stability. Perhaps that is why art works by Egor Zigura often combine a cognitive gesture, meanings research, experiments with materials, which is relevant for contemporary art, and fine classic, academic forms. His philosophy appears in a wisdom, which has no need for extra words.Egor Zigura is a talented Ukrainian artist of contemporary art: easel and monumental sculpture in bronze, stone, wood, metal, plastic. He experiments combining various traditional and modern materials.Born 1984 in Dnepropetrovsk city (Ukraine), graduated from the State Art School named by Taras Shevchenko (2003), and sculpture department of the National Academy of Art and Architecture (2009).Now he is an assistant trainee of the National Academy of Art and Architecture (since 2010), and works as a teacher of drawings and sculptures in the University named by Karpenko-Kariy in Kyiv (since 2011).Egor Zigura is a member of the Na...

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