Sculpture of Hervé Dirosa (born in 1959) in bronze, wood, rusty nails, metal and nails of brassiere tapestry made in collaboration with the people \west of Cameroon in 2010. It is composed of 2 distinct and dissociable elements. 1 / a solid wood base, tinted in brown, in the form of non-convex polyhedron 35.5 cm high with 3 faces of 16 cm each and 2 of 8 cm and having on the 3 identical faces carved bas-reliefs in the mass reproducing eyes, 5 by face, arranged one above the other and adorned with brassiere nails to the location of each pupil. The last 2 smaller faces are planted with sixty long rusty nails 5 to 7 cm long and 6 pieces of metal equally rusty. Base weight: 4 kg and 22 g.
2 / a vaguely triangular random polygonal bronze head, 37 cm wide by 30 cm high, ending with a point to file it in the base and thickness to the widest (nose) of 6.8 cm . It represents a face with a nose, a mouth and especially 13 eyes of different sizes scattered all over the front face of this head. The back side has nothing except the embossed inscription \Head weight: 6 kg 600 g. One of the main artisans of the French movement of the \Renewal of painting in the. A painting often borrowing from the.
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