Metis Atash’s new sculptures arrive at the Aldo Castillo Gallery
February 20, 2021
Metis Atash’s exquisite Punk Buddha figures radiate a presence far greater than their size within the architectural spaces where they are admired, coveted, and collected. The German sculptor, who is currently Miami-based, embarked upon a career in art only after completing a degree in political economics in her native Germany and subsequently achieving success in investor relations consultancy. Arguably, the formality of her education and the inventiveness that she brought to business helped inform the creativity and meticulousness with which she conceives and executes her acclaimed Swarovski-encrusted sculptural projects.
Featured Artist: James Mathison’s Magnificent Sculptures (Venezuela)
James Mathison’s magnificent sculptures are found in museums (MOLAA), corporate and important private collections, parks and other public spaces. The press, curators and experts have paid close attention to his many shows in Paris and Switzerland. His monographs have recently taken him to Texas and Chicago and Miami.
James Mathison’s sculptures have been reviewed in the local and international press. Lately, collectors have acquired his pieces at Art Miami and Art Palm Beach. His male nude sculptures transmit silent feelings of loneliness, melancholy and mutation. The “power of dialogue” is to be found in that silence. He’s known by his exquisite anatomical studies of the male body but in this show he mutates them with engraved lines of text that appears to be “coming from the interior of the being.” Once again, the “power of dialogue” is coming out through their silence.
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