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Contemporary Sculptures

The contemporary sculptures selected by our experts here at KAZoART the online art gallery demonstrate an obvious talent for the smooth handling of materials and the technical nature of gesture. Browse this section and find all different kinds of sculptures for sale including bronze, wood, ceramic, and many more!

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Sophie Bocher - Douce rondeur
Sophie Bocher
Bronze Sculpture
14 x 26 cm
$3,267
Eric Vanel - Blood ties 6/8
Eric Vanel
Resin Sculpture
18 x 39 cm
$1,838
Bernard Métranve - Fleur d’Écume
Bernard Métranve
Bronze Sculpture
36 x 22 cm
$3,471
Etienne Eczet - Vénus noire
Etienne Eczet
Terracotta Sculpture
11 x 22 cm
$664
Réjane LeChat - Vagues
Metal Sculpture
48 x 45 cm
$715
Elisabeth Cibot - Petite elfe à la source
Elisabeth Cibot
Bronze Sculpture
20 x 40 cm
$4,594
Sophie de Fournas - Femme se coiffant
Sophie de Fournas
Bronze Sculpture
21 x 21 cm
$4,472
PHILS  - Le fil d'Ariane
PHILS
Metal Sculpture
60 x 100 cm
$5,105
Sophie Bocher - La pudeur
Sophie Bocher
Mixed media
15 x 28 cm
$1,838
Jean-Pierre Picheny - L n°1
Resin Sculpture
28 x 89 cm
$909
Alex & Manon - Volonté
Alex & Manon
Metal Sculpture
120 x 120 cm
$16,334
YBAH - Amandine
YBAH
Bronze Sculpture
20 x 77 cm
$7,728
Antonin Anzil - Sculpture lumineuse 2
Antonin Anzil
Mixed media
12 x 54 cm
$694
Christian Candelier - Sylvie rebelle
Christian Candelier
Bronze Sculpture
17 x 29 cm
$1,429
Laure Polin - La petite arène
Laure Polin
Bronze Sculpture
30 x 30 x 15 cm
$3,675
Véronique Dumont - Dans les yeux de camille …
Véronique Dumont
Bronze Sculpture
12 x 21 x 10 cm
$1,736
Bernard Rives - Misty chrome
Bernard Rives
Resin Sculpture
18 x 45 cm
$1,633
Nicolas Desbons - Un temps au bord du volcan
Nicolas Desbons
Metal Sculpture
30 x 85 cm
$3,879
Marie-Thérèse Tsalapatanis - Grande bleue
Marie-Thérèse Tsalapatanis
Mixed media
47 x 220 cm
$7,146
Les Helenes - L'Indienne noire
Les Helenes
Bronze Sculpture
11 x 30 x 10 cm
$633
Jivko Sedlarski - Virgo
Jivko Sedlarski
Resin Sculpture
10 x 20 cm
$689
Marie-Thérèse Tsalapatanis - Don quichotte et rossinante 1
Marie-Thérèse Tsalapatanis
Mixed media
60 x 100 cm
$3,982
Bruno Lemée - Ours
Bruno Lemée
Mixed media
80 x 45 cm
$5,411
Julien Signolet - San
Julien Signolet
Bronze Sculpture
38 x 28 cm
$10,209
Eric Vanel - Emmanuelle 1/8
Eric Vanel
Bronze Sculpture
47 x 84 cm
$8,576
Sophie Bocher - Totemik
Sophie Bocher
Plaster Sculpture
50 x 190 cm
$12,251
Bernard Métranve - Codex III
Bernard Métranve
Bronze Sculpture
25 x 32 cm
$3,777
Gaël Rouxeville - Micro liberté
Gaël Rouxeville
Resin Sculpture
3 x 8 cm
$153
Bernard Rives - Sheruns
Bernard Rives
Mixed media
60 x 38 cm
$5,053
Marie Guerrier - Cheese
Marie Guerrier
Metal Sculpture
30 x 26 cm
$1,021
YBAH - Le destin en marche
YBAH
Bronze Sculpture
28 x 77 cm
$8,912
YBAH - Enfant de tokyo
YBAH
Bronze Sculpture
23 x 31 cm
$3,267
Bruno Léon - Le bouquet
Metal Sculpture
12 x 70 cm
$919
Virginie Bécourt - Brute n°2
Virginie Bécourt
Fabric Sculpture
94 x 62 x 9 cm
$3,879
Diane De Sein Leger - B-girl, céramique, pièce unique
Diane De Sein Leger
Ceramic Sculpture
23 x 34 cm
$531
Nicolas Desbons - Meret
Nicolas Desbons
Bronze Sculpture
41 x 80 cm
$9,188
Gérard Lartigue - Méfiance
Gérard Lartigue
Marble Sculpture
37 x 24 cm
$11,740
Diane De Sein Leger - Cheval han bronze
Diane De Sein Leger
Bronze Sculpture
39 x 34 cm
$6,432
Jivko Sedlarski - Robe sirène calcaire
Jivko Sedlarski
Stone Sculpture
40 x 71 cm
$11,945
Diane De Sein Leger - Samourai béton gris
Diane De Sein Leger
Concrete Sculpture
15 x 26 cm
$357
Elisabeth Cibot - Isaia
Elisabeth Cibot
Bronze Sculpture
20 x 40 cm
$5,513
PHILS  - Ginger
PHILS
Metal Sculpture
330 x 630 cm
$3,879
Christina A. West - Unmet #6
Christina A. West
Plaster Sculpture
20 x 46 x 23 cm
$3,420
PINTO - Envol
PINTO
Mixed media
17 x 26 x 5 cm
$306
Catherine Fouvry Leblois - L'espoir
Bronze Sculpture
15 x 44 x 11 cm
$7,657
Catherine Fouvry Leblois - Fusion
Bronze Sculpture
12 x 34 x 9 cm
$3,573
Jivko Sedlarski - Mimi's
Jivko Sedlarski
Metal Sculpture
25 x 103 cm
$7,657
Virginie Bécourt - Volcanique
Virginie Bécourt
Mixed media
58 x 58 cm
$2,654
Bruno Lemée - Taureau
Bruno Lemée
Wood Sculpture
80 x 50 cm
$3,777
Florent Cordier - Venus en dentelle 2
Florent Cordier
Mixed media
40 x 54 x 19 cm
$1,276
Sophie Bocher - La pudeur
Sophie Bocher
Concrete Sculpture
15 x 28 cm
$2,348
Naomi - Slooow - Lady cullinan 2/8
Naomi - Slooow
Metal Sculpture
40 x 40 cm
$20,418
Christian Candelier - Elfège
Christian Candelier
Terracotta Sculpture
21 x 39 cm
$674
Marc Mugnier - CERCLE DE PIERRES III
Marc Mugnier
Stone Sculpture
150 x 150 cm
$6,125
Naomi - Slooow - Les crinoïdes
Naomi - Slooow
Metal Sculpture
50 x 70 cm
$18,376
YBAH - Léda
YBAH
Bronze Sculpture
40 x 22 cm
$5,819
Julien Signolet - Nuage 320
Julien Signolet
Stone Sculpture
50 x 40 cm
$5,105
Nicolas Desbons - Origine
Nicolas Desbons
Bronze Sculpture
33 x 67 cm
$10,209
Christina A. West - Unmet #6
Christina A. West
Plaster Sculpture
24 x 46 x 20 cm
$3,420
Naomi - Slooow - Cuivre
Naomi - Slooow
Metal Sculpture
60 x 35 cm
$15,314

Famous contemporary sculpture art and sculptors   

In 1897, Auguste Rodin, a neo-baroque artist, turned sculpting on its head with his Monument to Balzac. He caused outrage at the public exhibition of his work at the Salon of 1898, which was described at the time as a "shapeless mass".

Modern sculpture is becoming more and more free from the ideals of the 19th century and mixes genres, following in the footsteps of Rodin's disciples, Camille Claudel and Antoine Bourdelle. Sculpture no longer has a particular function, such as representing power or being a religious object. Its sole purpose is to allow the sculptor to express themselves freely.

Sculptors draw their inspiration from literature, philosophy and painting. Picasso introduced fragmentation and transparency into his metal and cardboard constructions during his Cubist period. In 1934, he also created a series of modern molded-texture sculptures: Woman with Foliage and Woman with Orange during his Surrealist period. Miró, who was also a painter, created The Setting Object, a surrealist object. It was made in 1936 from a log of wood from a carob tree which was collected from his farm in Tarragona.

Brancusi had an important influence on the evolution of modern sculpting methods. He did not see himself as a creator, but as an intermediary capable of revealing the true essence matter through the various materials he used.

Initially attracted to cubist style, Henri Laurens gradually moved closer to nature. He creates abstract characters in an organic style, including female nudes. He then created sculptures of women such as Le petit adieu in 1940, La petite sirène in 1945 and La Lune in 1946.

Alexandre Calder goes further into abstraction. He was also inspired by nature and the universe in order to create his works built out of metal wire and wood. His sculptures, described as mobiles by Marcel Duchamp, are groupings of forms brought to life by the movement of air.

Alberto Giacometti devoted himself to the study and replication of the human head. He then became interested in tall, wiry figures. He created Quatre femmes sur un socle and La Clairière in 1950. 

Minimal art influences sculpture. Piero Manzoni is the pioneer of Arte Povera and conceptual art. In 1960, he created a Sculpture in space which contains a  80 cm in diameter suspension sphere held in mid-air by a jet of water.

Contemporary sculpture is no longer just a simple object to model for today's artists.  It passes through the body and space, which is the subject of a lot of attention.

Neo-conceptual artists do not hesitate to use technologies and innovations developed in the field of marketing and communication.

Styles and techniques used in contemporary sculptures

From 1900 to 1970, sculpture becomes increasingly conceptualized, just like painting, but relying on two very distinct axes: the aesthetics of culture and the aesthetics of nature.

The first is inspired by formal or ideological cultural ideas, which we find in cubism, futurism, Dadaism and constructivism.

The second is based on a philosophy of nature and a mythical way of thinking, which generates biological or organic forms. Several movements are part of this nature aesthetic: primitivism, archaic figuration, organic abstraction, the surrealist object, "action" sculpture, arte povera and post-minimal.

Between 1968 and 1974, modern sculpture began a structural and conceptual metamorphosis. It extended its domain to include Land art, which uses the framework and materials from nature, to sites and to conceptual art. Contemporary sculpture integrates the living, the intangible and the conceptual. It opens itself to the format of an art installation.

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