The stunning work of Carole Feuerman was featured in four new locations in a recent series of exhibitions featuring her hyperrealistic resin and bronze sculptures.
Presented by Bel-air Fine Art, a Grand Opening event was held on July 8th in Monte-Carlo at the Fairmont Hotel. New sculptures were featured in Saint-Tropez on July 10th and a book signing with the artist was held in Venice on July 11th. On July 13th, Feuerman’s sculpture installations opened in Rome at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna, on view through October 10th. The opening cocktail reception was held in partnership with the American Embassy & in the presence of the American Ambassador in Rome.
Feuerman shares: “It’s such an honor to be in Rome with my art for the first time”.
Maurizio Amore, in an article in La Repubblica, observes that Carole Feuerman is considered one of the greatest hyperrealist sculptors in the world. This is the first time her work has been exhibited in Rome, on display at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna dell'Urbe.
Famous for her large sculptures depicting swimmers, Carole Feuerman is considered one of the greatest exponents of hyperrealist art. Defined by the art historian John Spike as “the queen of super-realism”, Feuerman works mainly in bronze, resin and marble. Since the 1980s, the artist has expressed an interest in mainly representing athletic figures in the act of greatest physical tension in her works. Refined interpreter of the female body, the sculptor portrays the inner life of her protagonists with passion and sensuality to provoke an emotional and intellectual response in the viewer.
- Maurizio Amore, July 26, 2021 (original article in Italian)
Feuerman’s sculptures are part of the new edition of the exhibition project “From La Biennale di Venezia & Open to Rome. International Perspectives”. Starting in 2016, this is the ninth installation of the project which presents installations from the International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia and from the Open International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations in exhibition spaces throughout the capital city. The initiative, curated by Paolo De Grandis and Claudio Crescentini, features site-specific works by Feuerman chosen specifically for Rome.
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