Jana Gertler, Tinerii
Jana Gertler, Minstrel, 1980
The bright atmosphere of the Minstrel camouflages the monologue-like musical appearance. In the luminous nostalgic state of after-break cover, David himself contemplates us. The quietude and the state of calmness make the unheard melody vibrate even after the violin bow is silent. The gingery asperities of the works have savour, and the dense texture of the burnt granules must be felt in ancient key. The mythical figure of the young man, conceived as if from the dust of Petra, is torn from the mysterious legends of the past. I do not know why they give me the impression that he just sang for the righteous.
Adrian Buga, Jana Gertler, Imagini din spatele frunţii /Images from behind the forehead, 2013
In Rodin’s Studio
Auguste Rodin, Calaijski meščani /The Burghers of Calais /Les Bourgeois de Calais
The Burghers of Calais, commemorating an episode during the Hundred Years’ War between England and France, is probably the best and certainly the most successful of Rodin’s public monuments. Rodin closely followed the account of the French chronicler Jean Froissart stating that six of the principal citizens of Calais were ordered to come out of the besieged city with heads and feet bare, ropes around their necks, and the keys of the town and the castle in their hands. They were brought before the English king Edward III, who ordered their beheading. Rodin portrayed them at the moment of departure from their city led by Eustache de Saint-Pierre, the bearded man in the middle of the group. At his side, Jean d’Aire carries a giant-sized key. Their oversized feet are bare, several have ropes around their necks, and all are in various states of despair, expecting imminent death and unaware that their lives will ultimately be saved by the intercession of the English queen Philippa. The arrangement of the group, with its unorthodox massing and subtle internal rhythms, was not easily settled.
Ivan Meštrović, Zdenac života, 1912, Trgu Republike Hrvatske ispred HNK u Zagrebu
Michelangelo, Moisés, Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli, Roma
Nina Lindgren, Floating City
Nina Lindgren, Cardboard Heaven
“I use almost exclusively used cardboard. I collect it from the recycling center in my apartment building, from stores and sometimes I find it on the street. I really appreciate the sustainable, earth friendly aspect of reusing a recyclable material. Cardboard also has a lot of expressions. It varies in thickness, hue, color, texture. A bunch of cardboard means so many possibilities to me, when it to others may just be rubbish.” Interview by The Raw Book
29. međunarodna studentska kiparska škola
Podno gradića Vrsara na zapadnoj obali Istre smjestio se ljupki poluotok Montraker, a na njemu i stari kamenolom istog imena. Kamenolom, odavno napušten, danas odiše posebnom atmosferom Mediterana i prošlih vremena, a svakog ljeta iznova oživi dinamikom umjetničke kreacije.
Međunarodna studentska kiparska škola Montraker
Scuola internazionale di scultura Montraker
International Montraker school of sculpture
Vrsar /Orsera, Croatia
Pino Pascali, Dall’Immagine alla Forma
Victoria Zidaru, sculptura textil
Giuseppe Penone, Spazio di Luce /Space of Light (2012)
“La concezione del tempo che ha una farfalla, un fiore, un albero, un animale un uomo, una pietra, una montagna, un fiume, un mare, un continente, un atomo, produce la varietà infinita del pensiero e delle forme dell’universo.”
“The conception of time that has a butterfly, a flower, a tree, an animal, a man, a stone, a mountain, a river, an ocean, a continent, an atom, produces the infinite variety of thought and forms of the universe.”
Lučka Koščak, Angeli
Lučka Koščak, Podvodni angel /Underwater angel, 26.maj 2018
Kip, ki so ga poimenovali Podvodni angel, so potopili v Svetem Juraju na Hrvaškem ob otočku Lisac na globino 15 metrov. Akcijo je vodil Miro Potočnik, potapljač in direktor Vivera, potaplaškega kluba. Snemalec in videopriredba Tone Stojko.
Ivan Meštrović; Slavonijo, zemljo plemenita; Vrpolje, Hrvaška
Petrovaradinska tvrđava, Novi Sad, Srbija
Petrovaradin Fortress nicknamed “Gibraltar on the Danube” is a fortress in the town of Petrovaradin, itself part of the City of Novi Sad, Serbia. It is located on the right bank of the Danube river.
Orșova is a port city on the Danube river in southwestern Romania’s Mehedinți Country. It is situated just above the Iron Gates, on the spot where the Cerna River meets the Danube.
The rock sculpture of Decebalus is a 42.9 m in height and 31.6 m in width carving in rock of the face of Decebalus, the last king of Dacia, who fought against the Roman emperors Domitian and Trajan to preserve the independence of his country, which corresponded to modern Romania. The sculpture was made on a rocky outcrop on the river Danube, at the Iron Gates, which form the border between Romania and Serbia. It is located near the city of Orșova in Romania. It is the tallest rock relief in Europe.It was commissioned by Romanian businessman Iosif Constantin Drăgan and it took 10 years, from 1994 to 2004, for twelve sculptors to finish it.
Victoria Zidaru, Suflu Vegetal, Muzeul de Arta, Timisoara, Romania
De-a telefonul (Playing The Phone) Statue by Bogdan Rata, Liberty Square (Piata Libertatii), Timisoara, Romania
Strada Florimund de Mercy, statuia „Supermam”, realizată de Virgil Scripcariu, Centrul istoric al Timișoarei
Fântâna Înfrățirii, Strada Alba Iulia, Timisoara
Fountain, memorial monument in honor of the heroes who died in the December 1989 at anticommunist revolution in Timisoara.
Botanic park Timisoara, Romania
Constantin Brancusi, Endless Column
Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) was commissioned by the Women’s League of Gorj to honor the soldiers who defended Târgu-Jiu against a German force during World War I. The sculpture is a 30 meter high, column of zinc, brass-clad, cast-iron modules threaded onto a steel spine, and is part of a three-sculpture ensemble along with two travertine monuments called Gate of the Kiss and Table of Silence.
Constantin Brancusi, The Gate of Kiss, of Banpotoc travertine (marble), features a kiss motif on the gate pillars. The transition to another life occurs through The Gate of Kiss.
Constantin Brâncuși, The Table of Silence, Târgu Jiu
Circular stone table surrounded by twelve hourglass-seats, which symbolize time. The Table of Silence represents the moment before the battle on which the combatants were going to participate. Nevertheless, the seats are not located close to the edges of the table.
Constantin Brâncuși at Târgu Jiu
Patrick Dougherty, Summer Palace, 2009, Morris Arboretum at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia
John Grade, Fold sculpture
Dušan Džamonja, Sculpture park, Vrsar, Istra, Croatia
Eta Sadar Breznik
Katja Smerdu, Vezi II
Mojca Smerdu, Ležeča, okrog 1982
Slavko Tihec, Forma viva Ravne
Vlasta Zorko, stoječa ženska
Drago Tršar, Doprsni kip Ivana Groharja (1867 – 1911)
Marco Cavallo e la Psichiatria Triestina, Parco di San Giovanni, Trieste
David,1504, Galleria dell’Accademia, Firenze
Constantin Brancusi, Cumintenia pamantului /Krotkost Zemlje, 1907
Jacopo Bassano – Jacopo dal Ponte, (1510 – 1592), Bassano del Grappa
Teatro Olimpico, Vicenza, Italia
Constantin Brancusi, Măiastra, 1912
Isamu Noguchi, Young Mountain, 1970
Constantin Brancusi, Fish
Andre Bahna, Zate sem shranil sončni zahod
Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Wien
Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Dancer, 1913
Andy Goldsworthy, Wood Room, 2007.
Mojca Smerdu, Iz ciklusa Del nas, 2000/2001
Barnett Newman, Broken Obelisk, Rothko Chapel, Houston, Texas
Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate, Chicago, 2006
Trieste ai caduti sul lavoro MCMXCVII, Ugo Carà
Victory Gate, Ludwigstraße – Leopoldstraße, Johann Martin von Wagner, Münich
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Dušan Džamonja, Sculpture park, Vrsar, Istra, Croatia
Stane Jarm, Furije /The Furies, Park skulptur na Marofu /Park of Sculptures at Marof quarter, Kočevje, 1980
Auguste Rodin, Monument to Victor Hugo, Musee Rodin
Stojan Batič, Pan, 1960
The statue of Minerva goddess overlooking the river Scheldt at Noorderterras Zuiderterras riverside promenade Wandelterras Zuid, Antwerp, Belgium
Gerard Engels, Antwerp
Brabo fountain, Jef Lambeaux, 1887, Grote Markt, Antwerp, Belgium
According to a legend, a terrible giant, called Druoon Antigoon, lived on the banks of the river Scheldt in ancient times. Whenever sailors on the Scheldt river refused to pay toll to the giant, he punished them by cutting off their hand. A Roman soldier, Silvius Brabo, managed to kill the giant. Brabo cut off the hand of the giant and threw the hand away in the river. Nevertheless, the hand is the symbol of Antwerp.
Stane Jarm, Boljunec /B’lunc /Bolúnz /Bagnoli della Rosandra /Bollunz
Joan Miró, Woman Seating with Child /Femme assise et enfant, 1967
Monumento ai Bersaglieri e alle ragazze di Trieste, è opera dello scultore di Todi Fiorenzo Bacci, Riva Caduti per l’Italianità di Trieste (Scala Reale)
Théo Tobiasse, La Venus de Saint-Paul de Vence
Jean-Marie Fondacaro, L’Envol, 2008, Saint-Paul de Vence
Le Chat, Giuliano Mancini, 2000, Saint-Paul de Vence
Joan Miró, La Caresse d’un Oiseau /The Caress of a Bird, 1967
Joan Miró, Femme et oiseau, 1982
Germaine Richier, La Feuille, 1948
Fernand Léger, Ceramique /Ceramic, 1953, 100x195cm, Maeght Foundation, Saint Paul-de-Vance
street art, Arles
Diego Giacometti, Chevreuil, Biche et Bambi , 1975
Primož Pugelj, Maska, iz cikla Hollywood, 2011, Križevniška ulica, Ljubljana
Antony Gormley, List II, 2009
Jun Kaneko, Dango 12-05-35, Glazed ceramic
Napuhana mrežna napetost /Net Blow-up, Yokohama
Auguste Rodin, The Young Mother, 1885
Spomenik slovenskim impresionistom, Rihard Jakopič, Ivan Grohar, Matija Jama, Matej Sternen; Drago Tršar, 1999, Ljubljana-Trnovo
Tone Lapajne, Sejalec, 1977
Constantin Brancusi, Kiss
?? street art, Ljubljana
Poseidon Statue at Götaplatsen, Carl Milles, Gothenburg, Sweden
street art, ??, Gothenburg, Sweden
Gustav Vigeland, Two old women behind each other, listening (Granite), Sculpture park, Oslo
Alberto Giacometi, Man Striding, 1961
Marcello Mascherini, Visoka pesem /Il cantico dei cantici, Trg Oberdan /Piazza Oberdan, Trst /Trieste
Skozi sence in svetlobe, / skozi množice, samote, / skozi vrvež, prazne sobe, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi solze in dotike, / skozi mrak in mik lepote, / skozi dneve — bežne slike, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi upe in strahove, / skozi drevored slepote, / skozi morja in valove, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi vzpone in sestope, / skozi bel smehljaj dobrote, / skozi skrivanja, nastope, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi svit, noči in dneve, / skozi dar nevidne dote, / skozi petja in odmeve, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi milost in predajo, / skozi glas in sinje note, / skozi videze — ograjo, / skozi čas prihajam pote! // Skozi delo, mir, molitev, / skozi vedenje in zmote, / skozi dni brez prekinitev, / tu sem, tvoj, prišel sem pote!
Jaka Košir, Nežnost, MK, 2004
Osorski park skulptur “Kiparstvo in glasba” /Osor Sculpture Park “Sculpture and Music”
Gustav Vigeland, Young man and women, 1906, Marble
Alberto Giacometti, Grande donna / Standing Woman III, 1960
Fondation Maeght, Saint Paul de Vence, France
Alexander Calder, Mobile 3
Dela kiparske šole “Montraker” , Vrsar, Hrvaška / Made by sculputre workshop “Montraker”, Vrsar, Croatia
Frano Kršinić, Majčina igra, Poreč, Istra, Hrvaška