Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is the Cracking Art Group?

What is the Cracking Art Group?

Italian art movement that comprises of artists from Italy, Belgium and France known for creation of public installations that include use of recyclable plastic to make massive animal sculptures. The artwork examines and signifies the rupture that exists between synthetic and natural worlds with plastic construction symbolizing synthetic world and the animals referring to the natural world.

Installation by the Cracking Art Group

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Cloned Chihuahua with shoes, 2008

Sculpture / Object

Object

EUR 1,750

William Sweetlove

Cloned Marmot with Gold , 2018

Sculpture / Object

Porcelain

EUR 600

William Sweetlove

Sunday Handbag, 2016

Sculpture / Object

Bronze

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African dog with shoes and water bottles, 2011

Sculpture / Object

Resin

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Cloned bronze marmot with bottle, 2011

Sculpture / Object

Bronze

EUR 5,000

William Sweetlove

Cloned bronze bulldog with bottle water, 2011

Sculpture / Object

Bronze

EUR 6,000

William Sweetlove

Cloned RED Aluminum FROG with backpack, 2011

Sculpture / Object

Metal

EUR 1,400

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Cloned aluminum Bouly with red head, 2009

Sculpture / Object

Metal

EUR 4,000

William Sweetlove

Cloned Krocky with scarf, 2009

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 3,000

William Sweetlove

Cloned red chicken on a rock, 2005

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 2,500

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C-Print

Also known as Chromogenic or C type print. A print that's made from slide or color negative exposed to chromogenic paper containing three emulsion layers sensitized to non similar primary colors. Once the image is exposed, it is dipped into a chemical bath for each layer to react towards the chemical so as to create an image.

Found objects

Found objects, objet trouvé in French, are items which an artist finds and incorporates within a work of art. Collectors have been displaying aesthetic objects in collections for centuries. But modern art uses objects with non-art functions, such as recycled or repurposed materials.

Laser print

A Laser print is made using red, blue and green laser to expose light onto photographic silver halide paper. The exposed paper is processed with photographic chemicals to produce an archival quality print. The digital technology produces sharp images and highly uniform color.

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