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GHYSELS - The Beauty of Space

JEAN-PIERRE GHYSELS (1932-)

Je"The forms are the sculpture. They are its limbs. They create free movement, the articulation of corporal movements, breathing, heartbeats, cries and murmurs.

They move. Jean-Pierre Ghysels' sculptures do not break the roundness of the terrestrial globe. They are in dialogue with it and live within it.

They have their spaces and refuges. They are interlaced ensembles, an encounter between matter and space, images of the earth on or under which we live." - Jean-Pierre van Tieghem. Jean-Pierre Ghysels was born in Brussels in 1932.

After graduating from the Maredsous Art School in 1952, he went to Paris on a grant where he studied under Ossip Zadkine at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere and developed stone carving technique at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.From 1958 to 1960 he travelled through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Keenly interested in form, in 1965 he began to make a smooth transition from figurative work to abstraction and has never turned back. His bronze and copper sculptures are made of gentle, sparing shapes that with the play of light transform into subtle assemblages of solids and spaces.

This monograph presents a striking and representative selection of the work of this artist who belongs to the lyrical abstract movement.
rre Ghysels.

Pris ved 1 699,00 DKK

Emne Skulptur
Kunstner GHYSELS, Jean-Pierre
Forfatter Tieghem, Jean-Pierre Van
Sprog Engelsk/fransk
Illustrationer 150 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 29 x 31 cm / 180 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag 5 Continents
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9788874394180
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JEAN-PIERRE GHYSELS (1932-)

Je"The forms are the sculpture. They are its limbs. They create free movement, the articulation of corporal movements, breathing, heartbeats, cries and murmurs.

They move. Jean-Pierre Ghysels' sculptures do not break the roundness of the terrestrial globe. They are in dialogue with it and live within it.

They have their spaces and refuges. They are interlaced ensembles, an encounter between matter and space, images of the earth on or under which we live." - Jean-Pierre van Tieghem. Jean-Pierre Ghysels was born in Brussels in 1932.

After graduating from the Maredsous Art School in 1952, he went to Paris on a grant where he studied under Ossip Zadkine at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere and developed stone carving technique at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.From 1958 to 1960 he travelled through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Keenly interested in form, in 1965 he began to make a smooth transition from figurative work to abstraction and has never turned back. His bronze and copper sculptures are made of gentle, sparing shapes that with the play of light transform into subtle assemblages of solids and spaces.

This monograph presents a striking and representative selection of the work of this artist who belongs to the lyrical abstract movement.
rre Ghysels.