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David Altmejd

The Sherperd, 2007

Wood, foam, expandable foam, resin, paint, magic-sculpt, magic-smooth, epoxy, glue, mirror, horse hair, quartz crystals and wire
368 × 135 × 106 in
934.7 × 342.9 × 269.2 cm
location
Montreal, Toronto, New York
David Altmejd
Canadian, b. 1974
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“I think about decay not in a negative way, but in the sense of creating a space for things to …

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“I think about decay not in a negative way, but in the sense of creating a space for things to start growing,” explains David Altmejd, an artist known for severed werewolf head sculptures and other compellingly grotesque works. Altmejd explores materials, processes, and structures in metaphor-infused, diorama-like …

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David Altmejd
Canadian, b. 1974
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“I think about decay not in a negative way, but in the sense of creating a space for things to …

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“I think about decay not in a negative way, but in the sense of creating a space for things to start growing,” explains David Altmejd, an artist known for severed werewolf head sculptures and other compellingly grotesque works. Altmejd explores materials, processes, and structures in metaphor-infused, diorama-like …

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David Altmejd

The Sherperd, 2007

Wood, foam, expandable foam, resin, paint, magic-sculpt, magic-smooth, epoxy, glue, mirror, horse hair, quartz crystals and wire
368 × 135 × 106 in
934.7 × 342.9 × 269.2 cm
location
Montreal, Toronto, New York
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