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  • Silicone sculpture migrants – OVIS – 2015 by Santissimi
  • Silicone sculpture migrants – Self portrait – 2015 by Santissimi
  • Santissimi Hyper realistic Sculptures – EPAVE – 2016
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  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi Santissimi – Mentalese -ATTO I – 2014
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  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi MOM 2016
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculptures Santissimi In Vivo – 2013
  • Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi Requiem 2012
  • Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi Requiem 2012
  • Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi Requiem 2012
  • Hyper realistic Sculpture by Santissimi – Requiem 2012
  • Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi – Natural History – AMBRA N°6
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Hyper realistic Sculpture by artists Santissimi

Hyper realistic Sculpture by artists Santissimi.
Duo d’artistes italiens Santissimi pour Sara Renzetti et Antonello Serra.

L’hyper réalisme décuplent le côté dérangeant de leurs oeuvres, tout comme dans  le travail de Patricia Piccinini.
J’ai hâte de voir une de leur expo, notamment les “tableaux” in vivo, ou l’on doit frôler le temps suspendu, la mort et l’avenir (la cryogénisation)…
Le travail du Santissimi considère l’art comme une exploration de formes plus ou moins complices : ” l’empirisme philosophique dans l’art “.
L’empirisme philosophique signifie mettre en pratique le savoir, effectuer une opération de pensée ou pour être plus précis : traduire en termes visuels, la pensée scientifique et philosophique.
Comme le philosophe analyse la connaissance dans sa conception la plus théorique, décrivant et analysant les formes de manière purement «techniques et intellectuelles», dans la poétique de Santissimi l’apparition de cette connaissance est mise en scène dans l’œuvre de l’art, traversant les mots et les jeux qui sont cachés derrière les formes de la connaissance.
Le poétique lui-même n’est pas visible, mais il émerge de l’attente, de l’attention, de la peur et du mystère “au-delà des frontières de la connaissance.”
C’est le processus que vous vivez dans l’œuvre du Santissimi, au travers de la révélation : l’attendu est vaincu par l’inattendu, agir correspond à «être et agir : être agi» et les joies de l’accouchement sont enfin la création de l’œuvre.

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The work of the Santissimi looks at the art as an operational machine in which to cross, staying, the forms more or less accomplices of the knowledge that reflected in the definition: “philosophical empiricism in the art“. Philosophical empiricism means putting into practice the knowledge, to perform an operation of thought, or to be more precise, translate into visual terms, the scientific and philosophical thought .
As the philosopher analyses the knowledge in its most theoretical, describing and analysing the more purely ‘technical-intellectuals’ forms, in the poetic of Santissimi the appearance of that knowledge is put on stage in the work of art, practiced in the work of art (a collection of potency and act), crossing the words and games that are hidden behind the shapes of knowledge. The poetic itself is never a poetic declared, but it emerges digging the poetics of the wait, the attention, the fear and the mystery “beyond the borders of the knowledge.”The process that you live in the work of the Santissimi, it manifests through the sign of the revelation, so that: the expected is defeated by the unexpected, take action corresponds to “be acted” and the joys of childbirth are finally the creation of the work. (Source EN : saatchiart)

 

Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi - Natural History - AMBRA N°6

Hyper realistic Sculpture Santissimi – Natural History – AMBRA N°6

 

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  • Sam Jinks The Hanging Man 2007
  • Sam Jinks The Hanging Man 2007
  • Sam Jinks Still Life (Pieta) 2007
  • Sam Jinks Still Life (Pieta) 2007
  • Sam Jinks Tattooed Woman, 2007
  • Sam Jinks Tattooed Woman, 2007
  • Sam Jinks Untitled, 2007
  • Sam Jinks -Doghead, 2008
  • Sam Jinks -Doghead, 2008
  • Sam Jinks Duo, 2008
  • Sam Jinks Duo, 2008
  • Sam Jinks – Woman child – 2010
  • Sam Jinks – in Personal Structures Time Space Existence @ Venice Art Biennale – 2013
  • Sam Jinks – in Personal Structures Time Space Existence @ Venice Art Biennale – 2013
  • Sam Jinks – in Personal Structures Time Space Existence @ Venice Art Biennale – 2013
  • Sam Jinks – in Personal Structures Time Space Existence @ Venice Art Biennale – 2013
  • Sam Jinks – in Personal Structures Time Space Existence @ Venice Art Biennale – 2013
  • sam jinks – Time, Space, Existence
  • Sam Jinks – Silicone, pigment, resin, human hair – 36 x 36 x 18cm-2012.
  • Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste
  • Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste
  • Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste
  • Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste – Immortally Project
  • Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste
  • Sam Jinks sculptures
  • sam jinks – sculptor portrait
  • Sam Jinks exhibition Melbourne 2017

Sam Jinks hyperrealiste sculptures

Sam Jinks hyperrealiste sculptures. (Australian sculptor).

Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste

Sam Jinks sculptures hyperrealiste

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Sam Jinks Exhibition Melbourne 2017

Sam Jinks Exhibition Melbourne 2017

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  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series – Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 110 x 106 x 24 cm, 2015
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series | Untitled VII – Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 85 x 26 cm, 2015
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series | Untitled III
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures  Untitled XII
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculpture – Untitled IV Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 110 x 106 x 24 cm, 2015
  • Bahadir Baruter – Fatality Series | Untitled VI
  • Bahadır Baruter – Portrait

‘Fatality’ Sculptures of Bahadır Baruter

‘Fatality’ series – Sculptures of Bahadır Baruter / Turkish (1963) caricaturiste et fondateur de “L-manyak”PenguenLombak cartoon magazines. Marié à l’écrivaine Mine Söğüt.

Bahadir Baruter - Fatality Series | Untitled VI

Bahadir Baruter – Fatality Series | Untitled VI

Ses sculptures hyper-realistes en silicone lui prennent des heures, elles requièrent beaucoup d’étapes qui ne sont pas toujours que des succès. Bahadır Baruter les créé d’abord digitalement et les impriment.
Il crée ensuite le moulage de la sculpture – faites en silicone, elles sont peintes en acrylique puis plongées dans un bocal.
Ses sculptures hyper-realistes semblent faire partie d’un cabinet de curiosité, spécimens isolés – plongés dans la solitude de leur formol.

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“This is a kind of silicon, it is not easy to make and use. So, we needed to maket hat material with a crowded team. It takes long hours. The quantity of the material that we throw is much more than that we use for the exhibition. Because we tried a lot of times and we failed. It requires several steps to create a sculpture. At first, I design them at a digital media, then we print them. We take a mould on those printouts. The moulds are covered with plastering, textures are created and after that process we take a mould again and they are painted and put in that liquid places. This is not a processcan be fulfilled with a few people in a few days. A very Professional team worked on that issue for one year. Yes, I imagined, fictionalized but thesesculptures are created by a huge team. Here is the division of labor; there is a moulder dealing with modelling wax, there are other people applying textures, others working on the computer.” (Source EN : Optically addicted)

Matières : Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood

Mukadderat (Fatality) – Bahadır Baruter from Atakan Avcı on Vimeo.

  • Maurizio Cattelan – Donkey
  • A perfect day -1999 – Maurizio Cattelan
  • Maurizio Cattelan – Him – 2004
  • Maurizio Cattelan – horses sculpture
  • Maurizio Cattelan – Pope
  • Maurizio Cattelan – Portrait

Maurizio Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan (Né en 1960 à Padoue, Italie – Vit et travaille à New York, USA.)
Sculptures hyper-realistes et autres excentricités empaillés…

  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – Ray Harryhausen
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – Ray Harryhausen
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste –  Charles Laughton as Quasimodo
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste –  Charles Laughton as Quasimodo
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – CONOR MCGREGOR UFC STATUE
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – CONOR MCGREGOR UFC STATUE
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – Dr Pretorious
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste
  • Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – portrait

Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste

Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste.
A renowned portrait sculptor who specializes in recreating the classic horror monsters of Hollywood (and the actors who embodied them). Originally from Warrington, England, Mike now lives in Los Angeles, CA. His career spans more than 20 years, and covers everything from garage kits to life-size figures.

Mike Hill Art - Sculpture hyper realiste - Charles Laughton as Quasimodo

Mike Hill Art – Sculpture hyper realiste – Charles Laughton as Quasimodo

  • Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Steve Scott
  • Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – details hands – Steve Scott
  • Steve Scott – Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Steve Scott – Sigourney Weaver
  • Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Steve Scott – Sigourney Weaver
  • Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Sigourney Weaver – Steve Scott

Hyper Realistic Sculpture Steve Scott

Hyper Realistic Sculpture Steve Scott. Portrait Sculptor, Model/Prop Maker, Creature FX, Mouldmaker, Illustrator (UK)

Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone - Sigourney Weaver - Steve Scott

Hyper Realistic Sculpture Silicone – Sigourney Weaver – Steve Scott

  • Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures
  • Sleeping Boy – Hyunsoo Kim, 2007 sculptures
  • Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures
  • Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures
  • Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures
  • Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures

Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures

Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures (Korea, born 1976) / Hyper realistic sculptures

Kim Hyunsoon artist - sculptures

Kim Hyunsoon artist – sculptures

 

  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook-Lee – Bonsai sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – I dont know anything – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – Drive – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – Salor- sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures Drive, detail

Sculptures Dongwook Lee

Sculptures Dongwook Lee (Corée du sud) crée des sculptures hyper-realistes miniatures qui ne mesurent généralement pas plus d’une dizaine de centimètres de haut.

L’oeuvre de Dongwook Lee : une vision dégénérée de l’humain – et non seulement dégénérée mais surtout pathétique

Dongwook Lee – Salor- sculptures

  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture hyper realiste
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture hyper realiste
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture hyper realiste
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Oldman sculpture
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Oldman sculpture
  • Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Sculptures Chine

Sun Yuan et Peng Yu – Sculptures

Sun Yuan et Peng Yu – Sculptures (Chine)

Sun Yuan - Peng Yu - Angel sculpture

Sun Yuan – Peng Yu – Angel sculpture

Sun Yuan et Peng Yu sont deux des artistes les plus controversés en Chine, renommée pour l’utilisation de matériaux extrêmes tels que : tissus humains, animaux vivants et cadavres de bébés.

Sun Yuan and Peng Yu are two of China’s most controversial artists, renown for working with extreme materials such as human fat tissue, live animals, and baby cadavers.

  • Christian-Pontus Andersson-Leaving Gravity
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – Mother and Father sculpture
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – Mother and Father
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – The Lambs Lullaby – sculptures
  • Leaving Gravity – Christian-Pontus Andersson
  • Crow – Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculpture detail

Christian-Pontus Andersson sculptor

Christian-Pontus Andersson sculptor, (born 1977) is a Swedish artist, living in Södermalm, Stockholm is known for his outstanding sculptural work and his creation of a new dynamic perspectives on sculpture as an artistic medium.

Christian-Pontus Andersson - sculptures

Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures

The artist was born in 1977 and graduated from the ceramics and glass department of Konstfack. He has exhibited at the National museum in Stockholm and has participated in group exhibitions in Tokyo, München and Milan.

The work of Christian Pontus Andersson balances between kitch and stringent form, creating a contrast between the extravagant homoerotic appearances of the figures and the fragile material of which they are made.

  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman “tree”
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman expo
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman – tree
  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman – Generals Twin
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman
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Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman

Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman, born 1945.
Working in both monumental and life size, she is the only figurative artist to hyperrealistically paint bronze for use in outdoor public art, and the only sculptor to install these sculptures in the water.

Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman "tree"

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  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture Merman – Donors, Plastic, Foam, Steel, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture -Currents – 2013 Aqua Resin, Urethane Resin, Steel, Wood, Acrylic
  • Cameron Stalheim – sculpture -Currents – 2013 Aqua Resin, Urethane Resin, Steel, Wood, Acrylic detail
  • Cameron Stalheim – Carnage sculpture – bronze

Cameron Stalheim sculptures

Cameron Stalheim sculptures (USA)

  • Zarko Baseski – Ordinary man – sculptures hyperrealiste
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures Ordinary man – hyperrealiste
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste – Nuremberg exhibition
  • Zarko Baseski – Self Portrait – hyper realistic sculpture
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste – detail Ordinary man
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste – Ordinary man
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste detail
  • Zharko Basheski Sculpture – PHILIP II MACEDONIAN (polyester resin, fiberglass, silicone, hair)
  • Facing – Zharko Basheski – Sculpture (polyester, silicone, textile, and natural fiber)
  • Axphyxia – Zharko Basheski Sculpture (silicon, nylon, natural hair)
  • Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste

Hyper realistic sculpture – Zarko Baseski

Hyper realistic sculpture – Zarko Baseski, Macedonian sculptor. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje in 1988 and acquired the M.A. degree at the same institution ( in 1998) and later became the school’s Sculpture Department professor in 2010.

Zharko Basheski Sculpture, Macedonian sculptor. Currently working in the field of hyperrealistic contemporary sculpture and self-portrait sculpture.

 

Zarko Baseski - sculptures hyperrealiste - Ordinary man

Zarko Baseski – sculptures hyperrealiste – Ordinary man

From 1984 and on, his work has been presented at several international exhibitions. He has been the recipient of numerous awards. Much of his work is in private collections in the country and in foreign countries.

  • Leah Brown – Wolfie sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman – head / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown – Birth of a Whisper / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Wolfie / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown, proche de l’univers de Patricia Piccinini – Sculptures hyper-realistes ou s’en rapprochant..

Leah Brown sculptures - Borderland

Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland – 2014 Exhibition at the University of Miami’s Wynwood Gallery

“La “mentalité archaïque” est caractérisée par la croyance que les humains peuvent avoir une claire conscience d’eux-mêmes en confrontant à ce qu’est une personne et en même temps à ce qu’elle n’est pas. Cette confrontation, dans de nombreuses cultures, se produit par le rêve ou dans un état illusoire, lesquels projettent le rêveur dans des corps inconnus et des situations.
Les œuvres que je présente ici sont les représentations visuelles de cette idée de transformation et de leurs conséquences, et des tentatives de comprendre visuellement la nature de ma propre réalité .
Les installations sont constituées de restes récupérés sur les routes : coton, paille pour fonder des vêtements et des ordures .
Mes sculptures sont comme les habitants de ces paysages traversés, les personnages y sont des versions métamorphosés. Les “femmes” que je crée sont symboliquement des amalgames d’archétypes féminins et de symboles personnels modifiés, elles sont composés de pièces de fonderie de mes propres parties du corps mélangés avec des objets trouvés et sculptés. Mon intention est de modifier la perception de leur environnement et de les sortir de leurs cadres ordinaires afin de leur donner l’expérience d’être transporté dans un autre monde.
Lorsq’une personne remet en question sa propre réalité, même pour un instant, l’expérience devient inoubliable, et j’ai accompli quelque chose de beaucoup plus important qu’une simple combinaison de matériaux ici.”

Archaic mentality is characterized by the belief that humans can gain a clear consciousness of themselves by confronting what a person is and simultaneously is not. This confrontation, in many cultures, occurs within the dream or in an illusory state, whereby the dreamer projects herself into unfamiliar bodies and situations. The works that I am presenting here are the visual representations of this idea of transformation and consequence, and are attempts at visually understanding the nature of my own reality.
The installations are made up of the American roadside’s leftovers which constitute my personal landscape with everything from cotton and straw to found clothing and trash. The sculptures are like the denizens of these landscape in the way that in dreams, the characters therein are modified versions of the self. The usually female figures I create are symbolically modified amalgams of feminine archetypes and personal symbols, and are composed of castings of my own body parts blended with found and sculpted objects. My intention is to alter my viewers’ perceptions of their surroundings, taking them out of their ordinary frames of mind and giving them the experience of being transported into another world. When a person questions their own reality for even a moment, the experience becomes unforgettable, and I have accomplished something much greater than a mere combination of materials.

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  • Marc Sijan – Sculptures hyperrealistes
  • Marc Sijan – sculptures hyperealistes – Old woman
  • Marc Sijan – levitation / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – man / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – Sculpture hyper realiste
  • Marc Sijan – Lady in Black / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – embrace / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – birth / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan Life-Size Figurative Hyper Realistic Sculpture

Sculptures hyper-realistes de Marc Sijan

Sculptures hyper-realistes de Marc Sijan, born in Serbia in 1946.

Marc Sijan - Sculpture hyper realiste

Marc Sijan – Sculpture hyper realiste

Sijan’s inspiration was Michelangelo’s David; he was always fascinated by Michelangelo’s awareness of human anatomy and his ability to execute this awareness. However, unlike Michelangelo, Sijan does not celebrate the ideal form; his works are tributes to real people and in their realism, they are unpretentious and gritty and communicate a deep sense of emotion. In order to achieve the ultra-realistic finish, Sijan initially works from a live model and produces a plaster mould. He then sculpts the interior of the mould with tools and a magnifying glass and then casts the figure in a polyester resin. To achieve realistic flesh tones, Sijan applies twenty-five coats of paint and varnish. His goal is to achieve depth, yet translucency and spends as long as six months reproducing these details on each piece.

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