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P gallery | sculpture is pleased to announce its participation at The Moderne Art Fair in Paris 19-23 oct.

 

P gallery | sculpture presents ''Between 2D and 3D'', in which sculptures are placed in juxtaposition with reliefs by the same artists, thus creating a spatial dialogue between two- and three-dimensional creations.

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Eubée
1962
61x153x3 cm

Sans Titre

1961

78,5x102x97 cm

Costas Coulentianos

1918 - 1995

Costas Coulentianos is a Greek artist best known for his abstract sculptures.

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L'Oiseau
1960
48x106x54 cm

Table Basse (A) and (B)

1960-62

42x106x54 cm

Costas Coulentianos

1918 - 1995

Costas Coulentianos is a Greek artist best known for his abstract sculptures.

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La Grotte aux Doigts

2010

63x60x43 cm

Relief aux Doigts

2010

50x42x12 cm

Parvine Curie

1936- 

A recurrent element  in the works of Parine Curie is the theme of motherhood. The sculpture 'Grotte aux Doigts" and the bas-relief "Relief aux Doigts" symbolize two hands joined together, creating a shelter.

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Cathèdre

2012

100x85x71 cm

Broderie

2015

63x51 cm

Parvine Curie

1936- 

A recurrent element  in the works of Parine Curie is the theme of motherhood. The sculpture 'Grotte aux Doigts" and the bas-relief "Relief aux Doigts" symbolize two hands joined together, creating a shelter.

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Epanouissement par leHaut

1980

50 x 35 x 10 cm

Croissance

1993

70 x 24 x 22 cm

Claude Mercier

1924 - 2019

Claude Mercier worked directly in metal in the preparatory phases of his work, contributing in this way to the profound changes in the language of sculpture by applying the technical processes used with metal.

From the mid 50s his work took the form of small architectural pieces, dubbed ‘constructions’, and reliefs, in which the metal is interlinked. He developed a personal idiom by creating sculptures in which elements of metal are arranged into dynamic compositions. It consists of a combination of alternating curves and lateral and vertical thrusts, that play with light, adding tension.

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Trophée

1992

93 x 70 x60 cm

Croissance

et

Epanouissement par le Haut

Claude Mercier

1924 - 2019

Claude Mercier worked directly in metal in the preparatory phases of his work, contributing in this way to the profound changes in the language of sculpture by applying the technical processes used with metal.

From the mid 50s his work took the form of small architectural pieces, dubbed ‘constructions’, and reliefs, in which the metal is interlinked. He developed a personal idiom by creating sculptures in which elements of metal are arranged into dynamic compositions. It consists of a combination of alternating curves and lateral and vertical thrusts, that play with light, adding tension.

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Tree

2022

216 x 60 x 62 cm

Cloud 2

2022

98 x 50 cm

Eva Papadopoulou

1979 -

A relief artist and sculptor, Eva Papadopoulou puts a new, modern twist on the ancient art form of mosaic. Inspired by the local landscape, her compositions are handcrafted using a technique that she developed herself. Rather that placing pieces of marble and stone of similar sizes on a flat surface, she arranges them vertically, so that they out towards the viewer. Her relief art consists of fragments that form an integral part of a visual composition that is awash with motion, very much like the nature inspired images that constitute her subject matter.

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