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03.11.2009.

White marble barca

AND OTHER CURIOUS PIECES BY FABIO VIALE
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Ovo je Fabio. Mladi italijanski vajar.
Fabio je isklesao camac od belog mermera.



I ne, nije to tek tako neki artwork. Ne stoji on tu tako fascinantno sa bizarno prikacenim Johnsonom, kao neka umetnicka replika camca osakacena za svoju kljucnu utilitarnu dimenziju. Pazi sad:



Kako lepo sece vodu, mirno i lagano, sa lenjim teskim pramcem koji ne luduje kao na svakom drugom camcu. Iako je ovo posebno zapazeni i za njega tipicno duhovit komad, izdvojen i usamljen iz ostatka dosadasnjeg opusa ne docarava u potpunosti njegov prezanimljivi senzibilitet.

Ok, Fabio Viali je Italijan. I skulptor. Sa nevidjenim nacionalnim istorijskim nasledjem, moglo bi se reci opterecenjem, on stvara svim silama. Tj, da budem preciznija, kicks some serious ass. Tehnika se podrazumeva, prevazidjene sve one dramaticne scene iz knjige u kojoj Mikelandjelo hvata ili kida zicu koja se proteze kroz mermerni blok iz Karare. Ah, da, Karara je u Italiji. A svi znamo sta znaci u istoriji umetnosti kararski mermer. I mean, real big deal.

Znate papirne avione? Lagane i fine, seku vazduh skoro bestezinski.



e pa ovi su mermerni.

A znate kokice i toalet papir?



e pa ovi su od mermera.

Shvatate kuda idem? Kokica je zapravo njegov rad BIG BANG iz 2007, dimenzija 40 x 42 x 48 cm. Toal. pap. u prirodnoj velicini. Of kors.

Sada, kada smo zagazili dublje u post, shvatili ste kakav je ovo tip i spremni ste za some serious s--t.


Bista, neka kao anticka, samo Djokonda. U je! I to nije obicna nego kao da je od stiropora, zamisli! Zapravo - BELI MERMER. I tu ostanem bez teksta. Pa onda ide klasika - Kuros i par suvenira od Davidovih komada tela.



GORE:
Kouros, white marble, secret pigments, Nico's Tattos 94 x 50 x 35 cm, 2008
LEVO:
white marble, 25 x 20 x 18 cm, 2006.
DESNO: ruka Mikelandjelovog Davida sa
ruski zatvorenik obrtom.
Sve zanatski perfektno izradjeno, klasicna tela i prefinjena obrada. Plus, ovaj trenutak.

I za kraj, meni posebno dragi komadi, gume, Gudirke. Beli i crni - da, pogodili ste - MERMER.

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This is Fabio. He's from Italy. He's a sculptor.
Fabio made this marble boat.

And, no, it is not your usual art piece. Some fascinating work that has this Johnson bizarrely attached, art replica of an actual real life object that lost it's key utilitarian dimension in the transition. Watch this: see clip

How mellow is that slide? Calm, tranquil, with this lazy prow that doesn't go wild like your usual prow does. Although this piece of his is especially noticed in the media, and actually is the one that represents his typical sense of humor, separated from the other of his works it won't give you the real picture of his specific highly interesting nerve.

Ok, Fabio Viali is Italian. And he's a sculptor. With the overwhelming national historical treasury on his shoulders, that could easily be a burden that is impossible to bear, this young man is making these sculptures that are amazing. Or, to be more precise, he kicks some serious ass. Old masters' techniques are a must. He's over those drama scenes from that book where Michelangelo struggles with a block of marble from Carrara, hitting that block's nerve the right or the wrong way. Ah, yes, Carrara is also in Italy. And we all know what the marble from Carrara means in art history. I mean, it's a real big deal.

You know those regular paper planes? Light and fine, feather like floating through the air. (see image) Well, these are made of marble.

You know popcorn and toilet tissue? (see image) Well, these are made of marble.

See my point? The popcorn is actually his work from 2007 named BIG BANG, sizes 40 x 42 x 48 cm. Toilet tissue in life size, naturally. Now, when you dug deeper into this post, you got the picture and you're ready for some serious s--t.

A bust, like this ancient old one, but it is Gioconda! Wow! And it seems like it's made of Styrofoam, imagine that! Actually - WHITE MARBLE. At this point - me, speechless. Than, even bigger of classics - Kouros and a couple of souvenirs, David's body parts. see images

UP: Kouros, white marble, secret pigments, Nico's Tattos 94 x 50 x 35 cm, 2008
LEFT: white marble, 25 x 20 x 18 cm, 2006.
RIGHT: the arm of Michelangelo's David with this Russian prisoner twist. Everything executed perfectly, classical bodies and sophisticated finish. Plus, present time.

And finally, work especially dear to for some reason, Good Year tires. White and black - yes, you guessed it - MARBLE.

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