6 Innovative Sculptures

Today, I’ve decided to share with you one of my passions. Modern art! I’ve been to many museums all over the world. I’ve seen many original ideas. However, I’ve never seen such interesting projects as these I’m about to share with you:

Tadashai Kawamata chair sculpture in Abu Dhabi1. Giant Chair Sculpture by Tadashai Kawamata

This amazing Japanese artist has created a gargantuan sculpture in Abu Dhabi. It is made of more than 200 chairs.

mushroom cloud sculpture

2. Mushroom Cloud by Subodh Gupta

Subodh Gupta is one of the most famous Indian artists. He created this giant mushroom cloud using only kitchen utensils.

Beetle Sphere in Mondecor Gallery3. The Beetle Sphere by “Ichwan Noor 

The Indonesian artist Ichwan Noor has transformed a VW Beetle from 1952 into a piece of art. It can be seen in Art Basel – Hong Kong.

Sculpture in University of Southern Indiana

4. Just Around the Corner by Patrick Dougherty 

This sculpture was created ten years ago in 2003. Patrick Dougherty is 68 years old. He is from the USA. He uses tree saplings as construction material.

Audi sculpture

5.  Audi by Gerry Judah

The sculpture is 32 metre-high and was designed for the Festival of Speed in England.

hungry suspension chandelier

6. Cutlery Chandelier by Ali Siahvoshi

Fabbian’s designer has created “Hungry Suspension”. He used only old forks, spoons and knives.

Thank you for reading my post. Which one of the above masterpieces do you like the most?

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