hyperrealist sculpture – ron mueck

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Woman With Sticks

I first came across Australian artist Ron Mueck back in 2006, when he was exhibiting in a huge solo show at Edinburgh’s National Galleries of Scotland. Now his fascinating hyperrealist sculptures are fascinating elsewhere – at Mexico City’s San Ildefonso Museum.

Man In A Boat

Spooning Couple

Drift

His sculptures of the human body are always faithfully reproduced and yet always grossly exaggerated – either blown way out of proportion or reduced to miniature. Either in a state of sleep or gazing unaware and pensively out to the viewer, they are captivating and beckon the return state of the viewer, making the experience feel voyeuristic in nature.

In Bed

Via Design You Trust.

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2 thoughts on “hyperrealist sculpture – ron mueck”

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