African Artist’s Monumental Works Featured in New York City
juillet 2013 | Projets culturels | Arts plastiques | États-Unis
Source : Voice of America
© El Anatsui
The works of Ghanaian-born sculptor El Anatsui are full of paradoxes: visually splendid, even glittering, they are made of humble, recycled materials like copper wire, aluminum bottle tops, weathered wood and rusted tin. In Fold Crumple Crush, a film about his work by African art expert Susan Mullin Vogel, the artist says he has always been drawn to materials that others have used and touched (…)
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Published on Voice of America, July 19, 2013.