Bernar Venet‘s aim with all his artwork is to defy all the normative expectancies of sculpture art and to criticize a principal of ideal order. The 77 years old artist’s most known sculpture pieces such as Indeterminate Lines, Arcs, Angles, Diagonals and Straight Lines are mainly done of raw metal beams and are based on and connected with the concept of order, disorder, instability, and the uncertainty and curiosity that his contemporary art creations evoke in those that look at it, and we hope that our dear I Lobo You readers are no exception!
Bernar Venet, known as one of the best modern French artists, has also worked in a wide range of disciplines throughout his career, including painting, photography, film, poetry, music composition, performance art, furniture design, ballet choreography, and set design.
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Considered to be one of the best French artists of contemporary times, Venet loves to conceive creatins that change the history of art, in his early times as an artist, he created, Tas de Charbon (Pile of Coal). In this artwork, the coal wasn’t just a material used to create the final piece, but actually the final piece itself. Within the context of art history, Bernar Venet‘s Pile of Coal artwork could have its, size and shape changed and could also be moved from one exhibition to another.
Venet believes that his work wouldn’t exist without the influence of other iconic artists, he has been building his own long legacy through his amazing modern art whilst remembering the work of others.