Esculturas flexibles con capas de papel por Li Hongbo @alvarodabril

Sorprendente y único el trabajo del artista LI HONGBO. 

Li Hongbo es un talentoso artista nacido en Jilin, China en 1974, quién crea increíbles esculturas, que a primera vista, parecen ser impecables recreaciones de obras maestras talladas en porcelana, pero que en realidad, son obras que están compuestas enteramente de miles de capas de papel.

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Maravillosas esculturas de papel inspiradas en el arte popular tradicional y en su época como estudiante, donde aprendió a esculpir y a desafiar percepciones.

Su técnica está influenciada por su fascinación con las decoraciones chinas tradicionales hechas a partir de capas pegadas de papel. Li Hongbo aplica una estructura en forma de panal, para formar esculturas extraordinariamente flexibles.

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Mientras estudiaba escultura, li Hongbo solía instruirse a sí mismo para recrear clásicas piezas maestras. Para él, este trabajo se convirtió “Tools of Study / herramienta de Estudio”. Con el tiempo, descubrió que estas piezas eran elementos familiares no solo para sí mismo, si no para el público general; los espectadores asumieron inmediatamente que era una reproducción destinada a ser una réplica de porcelana de la pieza original. Utilizando esta suposición, Li Hongbo redefine las obras maestras y forma su propio y único estilo.

Video No. 1 sorprendente

Video No. 2. Esculturas de papel realizadas por capas

Video No. 3 . Esculturas de papel increíbles

 

Video No. 4. El artista Chino que juega con las capas de papel y hace esculturas que se estiran

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Chinese artist Li Hongbo shows his paper sculpture work, which is made of 6,000 pieces of paper, while raising it at his studio on the outskirts of Beijing, January 20, 2014. Born into a simple farming family, Li said he had always loved paper, invented in ancient China. Beyond his sculptures, he has spent six years producing a collection of books recording more than 1,000 years of Buddhist art on paper. Neither plaster nor clay, the statues are concertinas of thousands upon thousands of fine pieces of paper."At the beginning, I discovered the flexible nature of paper through Chinese paper toys and paper lanterns," Li, 38, told Reuters. Picture taken on January 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTX17QY9

 

Chinese artist Li Hongbo stretches a paper sculpture work at his studio on the outskirts of Beijing, January 20, 2014. Born into a simple farming family, Li said he had always loved paper, invented in ancient China. Beyond his sculptures, he has spent six years producing a collection of books recording more than 1,000 years of Buddhist art on paper. Neither plaster nor clay, the statues are concertinas of thousands upon thousands of fine pieces of paper."At the beginning, I discovered the flexible nature of paper through Chinese paper toys and paper lanterns," Li, 38, told Reuters. Picture taken on January 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ORG XMIT: PEK303

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Chinese artist Li Hongbo plays with a paper sculpture of gun, which is made of 300 pieces of paper, at his studio on the outskirts of Beijing, January 20, 2014. Born into a simple farming family, Li said he had always loved paper, invented in ancient China. Beyond his sculptures, he has spent six years producing a collection of books recording more than 1,000 years of Buddhist art on paper. Neither plaster nor clay, the statues are concertinas of thousands upon thousands of fine pieces of paper."At the beginning, I discovered the flexible nature of paper through Chinese paper toys and paper lanterns," Li, 38, told Reuters. Picture taken on January 20, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Kineska umjetnica Li Hongbo ovih dana plijeni pažnju američke i svjetske javnosti sa svojom izložbom elastičnih i rastezljivih bisti „Tools of Study“ u njujorškoj galeriji Klein Sun. (Bilgin S. Şaşmaz - Anadolu Ajansı)

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