Limited edition 1/8
Sculpture, patinated bronze:
height 82,5 cm
width 38 cm
depth 21,5 cm
Total weight 42,8 kg
Ships in a crate.
The weight of the crate is 29 kg, plus a protective filling made of light material.
The total weight of the wooden crate and sculpture is 71,8 kg.
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Josip Konta was born in Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on May 18th, 1946. After the High School of Applied Arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb, Croatia, in 1972, and post-graduated on the studies as an associate in the master class of Prof. Antun Augustincic from 1972 to 1974.
After three years (from 1974 to 1977) as the director of the Art Foundry at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, he lives and works as an independent artist in Zagreb.
Fifty years of art work accompanied by a series of solo and group exhibitions that have resulted in artworks that are found in private collections both in Croatia and abroad.
The sculpture of a couple in love in Konta's sculptural characteristic modeled structure that carries its symbolism, perfectly shows all the imperfections of the relationship between two people in love, a relationship that needs to be constantly built because very often love alone is not enough.
on the beautiful Island of Lošinj, Croatia. The exhibition is set from 02/04/2021 to 30/09/2021.
The sculpture is available for sale through our online store or at the hotel reception.
Main features of Josip Konta's artworks:
The theme of artworks is often a critique of alienation and the various states of the human spirit and its position in society. Sculptural techniques, or the imperfect structure of sculptures, symbolically signify the imperfection of human. Horses mostly represent the human alter ego, the desired better self, but the almost impossible achievable better self.
It is important to emphasize, the observer is free to interpret each sculpture as he wishes, it is a matter of personal impression to which the artist gives complete freedom.
Josip Konta's sculptures made in bronze can be the only original copies
limited to eight copies (1/1 - 1/8), and four artist's copies (EA I/IV - IV/IV).