Anders Krisár is a Swedish artist that creates thought-provoking sculptures exploring the human body in a surreal way.

“Whether it’s a bare chest featuring the strong impression of hands, as though the body were made of memory foam, or two cast aluminum faces being magnetically drawn to one another, Krisár’s work presents an alternative perspective of realistic figures. By presenting works that are far out of the norm, the artist draws attention to the conventional composition of human figures. Additionally, the sculptures challenge the standards of beauty and body normalcy through their unorthodox modifications.”

More sculptures via My Modern Met













Surreal Human Sculptures by Anders Krisár
Anders Krisár is a Swedish artist that creates thought-provoking sculptures exploring the human body in a surreal way.
“Whether it’s a bare chest featuring the strong impression of hands, as though the body were made of memory foam, or two cast aluminum faces being magnetically drawn to one another, Krisár’s work presents an alternative perspective of realistic figures. By presenting works that are far out of the norm, the artist draws attention to the conventional composition of human figures. Additionally, the sculptures challenge the standards of beauty and body normalcy through their unorthodox modifications.”
More sculptures via My Modern Met
ArtPosted on December 1, 2013
 

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