Elisabeth Cibot Sculpture Exhibition- La vie est belle
Elisabeth Cibot is a renowned sculptor, born in an artistic family in France. Her talent in art, particularly in figurative creations, has been demonstrated in her long list of exhibitions and permanent public installations including the 3 meter statue “Homage to Pope Jean-Paul II” in Lyon. She has gained many awards over the years. Recently she was awarded the Gold Medal for Sculpture, by Salon Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Carrousel du Louvre, Paris.
In her upcoming and the first exhibition in Hong Kong which we proposed as an associated program of Le French May, Elisabeth will show her famous series of figurative sculptures, namely “Moving Figures” and “The Plump Women” at Neuberg ArtSpace. Totally there will be more than ten pieces of sculptures in this solo exhibition.
“Moving Figures” illustrates the paths of the artist in searching of the purpose of life, and the road to self-realization. “The Plump Women” shows that beauty is not always an aesthetic issue as we usually see, but is rather a story of presence and emotions. Through these artworks she unleashes her unparalleled techniques in crafting vivid expressions and gestures, and more importantly, she injects her abundant passion and love there.
Elisabeth Cibot 雕塑展覽 - 美麗人生
Cibot於今年五月香港的首次展覽中將展出她著名的 “Moving Figures” 和 “The Plump Women”系列。“Moving Figures”描繪了藝術家在尋求自我及生命真理的過程。“The Plump Women”中所創造的女性美在於其故事性和情感而非一般表面上的形態美。Cibot精湛的雕塑技術，創作的狂熱與豐富的情感在其人像的動態和神情中表露無遺。
16th - 30th June, 2016
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