29.10.10 by Jeff

Nathalie Chikhi

“feminin, masculin”, sculpture by Nathalie Chikhi.

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artist nathalie chikhi feminin masculin

artist nathalie chikhi feminin masculin

artist nathalie chikhi feminin masculin













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Niko

    Fascinating, she started to draw in with that black, that scratchy black, at the center, very interesting view on the feminine aspect in this piece. And red, red expendable sand.
    And the two facing each other now, not in sync, not in harmornie korine.

  • ya … def a very interesting intriguing piece. nicely done

  • Mina

    Look cool, but I dont get it ^^;;

  • jono

    more sculptures jeff!
    how bout theo jansen’s kinetic “beests”?

    • find me a resource (website or book/publication) of contemporary sculptures and ill happily post more!

  • i want you





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