Jorge Yázpik UNTITLED, 2012
In over three decades of artistic creation, Mexican sculptor Jorge Yázpik has challenged many of the elements that have become hallmarks of abstract sculpture. Yázpik's trajectory has stitched the seam between geometric abstraction and post-minimalism. In different scales, the benches constructed as public works for installation in Mexico City's Centro Histórico and the rings he creates in wood, metal, crystal and semi-precious stones, annul the distance between viewer and object, work of art and furniture, personal adornment or performative tool, becoming the "malleable objects" of contemporary post-conceptual art.

UNTITLED, 2012

STUCCO, WOOD AND VOLCANIC ROCK

39 x 10.5 x 5.5 CM

15.3 X 4.1 X 2.1 IN

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UNTITLED, 2012

STUCCO, WOOD AND VOLCANIC ROCK

39 x 10.5 x 5.5 CM

15.3 X 4.1 X 2.1 IN

UNIQUE

Contact

UNTITLED, 2012

STUCCO, WOOD AND VOLCANIC ROCK

39 x 10.5 x 5.5 CM

15.3 X 4.1 X 2.1 IN

UNIQUE

Contact

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