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SAMBRE

Tribal History, 2014

Recycledwood
49 1/2 × 42 1/2 in
125.7 × 108 cm
Unique
$10,000
location
New York
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SAMBRE
French, b. 1984
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Combining artisan craft with the culture of street art, SAMBRE transforms derelict urban spaces …

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Combining artisan craft with the culture of street art, SAMBRE transforms derelict urban spaces into works of art. SAMBRE was raised in the French countryside by carpenters and moved to Paris as an adult where he was inspired by the city’s street art. The artist creates site-specific wood sculptures from the relics of …

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French, b. 1984
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Combining artisan craft with the culture of street art, SAMBRE transforms derelict urban spaces …

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Combining artisan craft with the culture of street art, SAMBRE transforms derelict urban spaces into works of art. SAMBRE was raised in the French countryside by carpenters and moved to Paris as an adult where he was inspired by the city’s street art. The artist creates site-specific wood sculptures from the relics of …

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SAMBRE

Tribal History, 2014

Recycledwood
49 1/2 × 42 1/2 in
125.7 × 108 cm
Unique
$10,000
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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