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Choi Xoo Ang - Flying Hands - Crowded Faces - Tiny Human Beings

Posted on the 27 January 2012 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
For his ultra-realistic down-scaled figurative sculptures, Korean-born artist Choi Xoo Ang uses materials such as oil paint, acrylic, resin, and stainless steel.
Choi Xoo Ang - Flying Hands - Crowded Faces - Tiny Human Beings
According to Dixie Rose of KlosetKase, these gorgeously lifelike sculptures "symbolize abuse in Korea. If art is not relevant, in response to the society we live in, to some it may serve as meaningless. But even when someone claims something as not having any meaning, to others, nothing is always something or an effect from a cause."
Choi Xoo Ang - Flying Hands - Crowded Faces - Tiny Human Beings
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Choi Xoo Ang - Flying Hands - Crowded Faces - Tiny Human Beings

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