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Prosopopoeia

Massimo De Carlo, London

The exhibition Prosopopoeia questions the meaning of being one and at the same time being four and then again fourhundred,  when fourhundredandone steps in and says “really?”!?
Why have one idea when you can have ten?


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photo: Robert Glowacki



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photo: Robert Glowacki



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photo: Robert Glowacki



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photo: Robert Glowacki



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photo: Robert Glowacki



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photo: Robert Glowacki



GEL-517-001

Prosopopoeia, 2015,
Ex. Papier-mâché on MDF board and 2 glass eyes
204 x 139 x 29 cm



GEL-518-001

Flower Painting with Key, 2015,
Ex. Watercolour, plaster, plasticine, oil paint, 2 keys and lock
107 x 67.5 x 6 cm



GEL-519-002

Head + Shoulders 2, 2015,
Ex. Plaster and glass eyes on wood pedestal
Sculpture: 48 x 34 x 28 cm, Stool: 100 x 61 x 61 cm



GEL-523-001

Head + Shoulders 1, 2015,
Ex. Plaster and glass eyes on polystyrene plinth
Sculpture: 49 x 26 x 20 cm / Plinth: 100 x 55 x 42 cm



GEL-524-001

Der Die Das, 2015,
Ex. Wood, mirror, glass eye
63 x 47 x 7.5 cm



GEL-525-001

Cosset Flower Painting, 2015,
Ex. unique Papier-mâché with pigments on board canvas
205 x 146 x 6 cm



GEL-527-001

Madonna col Bambino, 2015,
Ex. unique Watercolour, plaster, plasticine, enamel on wood
130 x 187 x 25 cm



GEL-528-001

Hirnschlag, 2015,
Ex. unique Cotton underwear, wood, plaster, string and enamel
93 x 80 x 7 cm



GEL-529-001

Whit Whitout, 2015,
Ex. unique Plaster and teeth
22 x 37 x 11.5 cm



GEL-530-003

Untitled, 2015,
Ex. unique Bronze
82 x 106 x 47 cm



GEL-549-002

KLO, 2015,
Ex. unique Glazed ceramic
78 x 52 x 70 cm



1887

Golem, 2015
Glazed ceramic
25 x 31 x 20 cm



1888

Golem, 2015
Glazed ceramic
19 x 27 x 25 cm



1890

Golem, 2015
Glazed ceramic
19 x 29 x 18 cm