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''MYRIAM, REFLECTIVE AND CONCENTRATED IN CONTRAPPOSTO ( YOUNG MOTHER)'' -Real size 1,85 m. Sculpture - Public Sculpture on Public Gardens, parks and Urban Space. MATERIAL: Polyester resin, glass fiber, paraffin, pigment coloured earth. (And resin of trees of the Peruvian Amazon). TECHNIQUE: Cast-cure completely in polyester resin and glass fiber, from direct modeling of natural analysis in clay mud, formwork, moulding, Assemblage. (Myriam, perhaps the most interesting of this sculpture is that Myriam is a young mother who comes to give birth, and it is in that naturalness that expresses her body and the naturalness of her posture: her breasts are characteristically absorbed and fallen As much as she breastfeeds, as well as her slightly inflated belly, these two physical characteristics make a difference in her body, these are her marks of life. The expression of her face reflects her thinking and a certain pride. The naturalness and harmony of Myriam, her harmonic, natural and very human lines (she is a young mother), is expressed in the classic posture of Western art: the 'contrapposto', with the analysis of the 'female nude', and at the same time It is opposed to the tradition and ideal of beauty of the West: Myriam is a young mestizo mother, Peruvian and black, mulatto, very natural. Reflective, concentrated, beautiful in a proper sense, very natural, without exaggeration, with a certain modesty, pride and some timidity. In that is founded her beauty. That in opposition to the canons of universal beauty of Western art over the centuries in the history of art in the West until the present: that of the 'Greek nude' and the 'contrapposto': both white, '' beautiful '', sensual, theatrical, clean, strong and exaggerated.). Result: First place winner, Status: Complete. Realized, Executed and Exhibited (by selection of the Jury), with Public Exhibition in Urban Space, in Public Garden, Park. JURY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture), CURATED BY: Johanna Hamann -Brooklyn Museum of Art NYC-, Veronica Crousse, Sonia Prager -Central Saint Martin's School of Art London- (Sculpture),

Date: 05/09/2018