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Alberto Ascaso Complicidad, 2012

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Informations about this artwork
  • Medium

    Sculpture : bronze

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    78.7 x 51.2 x 47.2 inch

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 8 copies
    1 remaining copy

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    The work represents three naked figures, linked by the hands and the arms. With this sculpture, Ascaso gives his personal interpretation of the iconographic theme of the "Three Graces". The title "Complicidad" refers to the human being in a universal sense, although the anatomy is female. Alongside classical iconography, Ascaso celebrates the symbolism and values of youth, which unite solidarity, generosity and excitement for the future. Compared to its symbolic character, the circular arrangement of the figures suggests solidarity, harmony and beauty.
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Alberto Ascaso

Spain Born in: 1963
Alberto Ascaso was born in Zaragoza on May 26, 1963. Around 1979, he began modeling.

In 1982 he started studying at the School of Fine Arts of Zaragoza, where he stayed three years. In 1985 he graduated in "Magisterio" (Elementary education) in the discipline of Humanities at the University of Zaragoza.

Alberto Ascaso decided to devote himself professionally to sculpture and from that year until 1994 he worked in the worshop "Taller libre de Escultura del Antiguo Matadero Zaragoza". In 1987 he met Manuel Arcon, and through this friendship he was able to consolidate his sculptural vocation and expand his knowledge. In the same year he spent a month in the studio of Carlo Nicoli in Carrara (Italy).

In 1994 he opened his own workshop in Zaragoza. In 2005 he received the DEA by the University of Zaragoza for his research work in "La Posmodernidad en el Arte" (Postmodernism in Art) and, subsequently, four years later, he completed his PhD thesis about creative experience and he obtained the title of Doctor in Philosophy.

He began learning the technique of etching with Natalio Bayo's help and advice. In 2013 he concluded the project Voluntad de suerte, a series composed of 15 large sculptures, which was completed with the book " Mi voluntad de suerte", published in 2014. As a sculptor, Ascaso has organized several exhibitions in Spain and abroad and has been recognized for his public work.
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Alberto Ascaso, Complicidad
Alberto Ascaso, Complicidad