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Divine Baroque-Influenced
The Mixed Media Sculptures by Kri Kuksi Merges New and Old


By: Sarah Robson (Star) Aug 20, 12
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The mixed media sculptures by Kri Kuksi are a new set of scultptures created by the famous artist. These assemblages recreate god and goddess icons in a Baroque-influenced style.

Kris shapes thousands of pieces into masterpieces that depict events throughout history, and the potential futures of our world. Kuksi designs religious figures and other iconic figures that merge Baroque and modern aesthetics.

Kris Kuksi is a self-taught artist known for his unique and meticulous sculpture technique. His work has been seen in more than 100 galleries around the world, and it has been featured on countless book covers, magazines and theatrical posters. Kuksi is currently being featured at Joshua Liner Hallert in New York, and the Mark Moore Gallery in LA.



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