The large-scale version of IDENTITY, above, by Chinese artist Wang Yuyang is a six-metre colossus of brass, steel and marble. Its form, seen in miniature on the right, resulted from converting the text of Capital – the book by Karl Marx – into binary code, which was then fed into 3D-rendering software.
The large-scale version of IDENTITY, above, by Chinese artist Wang Yuyang is a six-metre colossus of brass, steel and marble. Its form, seen in miniature on the right, resulted from converting the text of Capital – the book by Karl Marx – into binary code, which was then fed into 3D-rendering software.
Bryan Kneale’s TRITON III is inspired by the Greek messenger god, whose upper body was that of a man and whose lower body was a fish’s tail. Cass’ Deputy Director Misha Curson is seen here with the sculpture. In the past, she worked as a fit model for COS!
Bryan Kneale’s TRITON III is inspired by the Greek messenger god, whose upper body was that of a man and whose lower body was a fish’s tail. Cass’ Deputy Director Misha Curson is seen here with the sculpture. In the past, she worked as a fit model for COS!
Wilfred Cass, 92, and his wife, Jeannette, still live on the grounds of the foundation they established in 1992. This work, SUN’S ROOTS II, is by Wilfred’s old friend, the British sculptor Phillip King. It represents the Japanese idea of the essential connection between the sun and the earth.
Wilfred Cass, 92, and his wife, Jeannette, still live on the grounds of the foundation they established in 1992. This work, SUN’S ROOTS II, is by Wilfred’s old friend, the British sculptor Phillip King. It represents the Japanese idea of the essential connection between the sun and the earth.
The maquette for this untitled work by the Polish artist Piotr Lakomy is shown in the Cass Sculpture Foundation's office, where black binders contain the fascinating correspondence between founder Wilfred Cass and the many sculptors who have been nurtured by the foundation over the years.
The maquette for this untitled work by the Polish artist Piotr Lakomy is shown in the Cass Sculpture Foundation's office, where black binders contain the fascinating correspondence between founder Wilfred Cass and the many sculptors who have been nurtured by the foundation over the years.
The large-scale version of IDENTITY, above, by Chinese artist Wang Yuyang is a six-metre colossus of brass, steel and marble. Its form, seen in miniature on the right, resulted from converting the text of Capital – the book by Karl Marx – into binary code, which was then fed into 3D-rendering software.
The large-scale version of IDENTITY, above, by Chinese artist Wang Yuyang is a six-metre colossus of brass, steel and marble. Its form, seen in miniature on the right, resulted from converting the text of Capital – the book by Karl Marx – into binary code, which was then fed into 3D-rendering software.
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