Monochromatic Life-Size Sculptures Highlight the Innocence of Childhood

The Collector's House Sculptural Installation by Hans Op de Beeck

‘The Collector’s House.’ Sculptural Installation, 2016.

Known for his large installations, Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck is also a skilled sculptor whose desaturated figures often find their way into his immersive experiences. His life-size monochromatic sculptures often depict children in states of play, wonder, and reflection, helping build a multi-sensory experience for the viewer. Op de Beeck’s sculptures are typically created from polyester, wood, and pigmented plaster. The lifelike figures are striking for their lack of color, which allows viewers to focus on the form and emotional impact Lees verder

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