MARIELA

Mariela Garibay - "Tendresse"

Tendresse, 2018

Bronze

40 x 41 x 20 cm I 16 x 16 x 8 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Contemplation

Contemplation

Bronze

40 x 45 x 50 cm I 16 x 18 x 20 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Toucher le ciel

Toucher le ciel

Bronze

180 x 100 x 70 cm I 71 x 40 x 23,5 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - Silence

Silence

Bronze

38 x 25 x 29 cm I 15 x 10 x 11,5 inches

Disponible

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

Mariela Garibay (Lima, Peru 1976) graduated in sculpture at the University of Peru (PUCP) and a master’s degree in urban drawing at the University of Barcelona in 2008.

She received the Winternitz Prize twice in 1997 and 1999 and won the first prize in the national drawing competition in 2005.

His first solo exhibition dates from 2004 with stone as the first material.

She carries out several public commissions in Peru, teaches the Fine Arts of Ayacucho and the PUCP. She exhibits her work permanently in galleries and develops her technique with bronze.

Her work is figurative but not realistic, Mariela Garibay observes the world around her and transcribes it with great tenderness through figures with childish curves. Mariela Garibay’s sculpture is positive and generous, it immortalizes a moment of happiness captured by the artist, a moment of peace, a good memory, a smile, a surprise, simple and sincere joy.

Mariela Garibay - Les petites choses

Les petites choses

Bronze

20 x 45 x 20 cm I 8 x 18 x 8 inches

Available

Mariela Garibay - "Trotinette"

Trotinette

Bronze

60 x 96 x 42 cm I 24 x 38 x 16,5 inches

Available

Isabel MIRAMONTES

Miramontes - Grand Pas

Le vent se lève

Bronze

69 x 23 x 23 cm I 27 x 9 x 9 inches

Available

Miramontes - Bord de mer

Bord de Mer

Bronze

60 x 45 x 37 cm I 23 x 17 x 14 inches

Available

Miramontes - Songe

Songe

Bronze

30 x 48 x 48 cm I 11 x 18 x 18 inches

Available

Miramontes - Bout du Monde

En attendant

Bronze

116 x 130 x 77 cm I 45 x 51 x 30 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

Isabel Miramontes is a Spanish artist born in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She now lives and works in Belgium. However, the place of pilgrimage where she comes from still fascinates her as much and especially for her Celtic roots. Miramontes studied Fine Arts at the Institut Sainte Marie in Belgium. She then continued her training at the Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Gilles in the Studio of Patrick Pouillart. The artist cut his teeth there and acquired a solid experience in drawing and sketching on the spot of living models.

She creates bronze sculptures with a unique patina. His works, more or less realistic, are akin to a hybridization between the human body and the object. The sculptor integrates the notions of body, movement and human life. She lets glimpse a void in each of her works. Similar to the cutouts of the mummies of Ancient Egypt, the bodies divided between movement and emptiness seem to be half buried.

For Miramontes, sculpture is not a block of material to which one gives a form, but a void to which the artist gives a surface. His bodies cut into strips capture a movement, a feeling, and while respecting the anatomical canons, bring another dimension into the work of art: the sensitive.

Miramontes - Pourquoi

Pourquoi

Bronze

78 x 21 x 21 cm I 30 x 11 x 11 inches

Available

Modus Vivendi

Bronze

55 x 49 x 27 cm I 21 x 19 x 10 inches

Available

Miramontes -Mira

Mira

Bronze

195 x 70 x 70 cm I 76 x 27 x 27

Available

Miramontes - Bout du monde assis

Bout du Monde (Assis)

Bronze

78 x 37 x 32 cm I 30 x 14 x 12 inches

Available

Miramontes - Le Baiser

Le Baiser

Bronze

164 x 34 x 27 cm I 64 x 13 x 10

Disponible

Les puissants

Bronze

33 x 88 x 16 cm I 12 x 34 x 6 inches

Available 

Miramontes - Le Baiser

Allez viens

Bronze

66 x 60 x 30 cm I 25 x 23 x 11 inches

Disponible

JEREMY LAVAL

Jeremy Laval - Deep Grey

Deep Grey

Molded and tinted glass mirror

Ø 140 cm I Ø 55 inches

Available

Jeremy Laval - Deep Blue

Deep Blue

Molded and tinted glass mirror

Ø 120 cm I Ø 47 inches

Available

Jeremy Laval - Deep Gold

Deep Gold

Molded and tinted glass mirror

Ø 120 cm I Ø 47 inches

Available

 

BIOGRAPHIE

 

| JEREMY LAVAL |

The artist Jérémy Laval was born in 1990, in Paris. Art lover since he was a kid, at 16 he started to express himself through painting. Afterwards, he went on with his passion, attending an Art school. Unfortunately, his parents talked him out of pursuing an artistic career, therefore, he leaned towards a scientific one. This is how he ended up being an optician during 10 years. However, he never stopped to create artworks, going from painting to sculpting. Nevertheless, Jeremy’s optician career grew on him as he associates in his art optic effect and illusions in a kinetic approach of his sculptures, using mirror effects. After a long journey in South America, he decided to devote himself to his art.
Beyond its imperfections and sharpness, glass is a pure a noble material for Jeremy Laval that let us enter into his world through singular creations. He now works exclusively with Marciano Galleries.

| MALINOWSKI |