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Farnese Antinoos Capitoline
designed by Christian Holze

Sculpture, H 80 cm

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Berlin (Germany), 2024

We are proud to present this reinterpretation of the historical sculpture, meticulously crafted from sand. This piece is currently exhibited at the Reiter Galleries in Berlin, from April 25th to June 29th, 2024. We invite you to explore "The Most Boring Artist I Know" exhibition to experience this unique work in person.⁠

SCULPTURE // Size: 800 x 400 x 300 mm

 

Material:
Post-processing:

Quartz sand (SH – F01)
Infiltration 

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Christian Holze

Christian Holze blends various artistic categories into hybrids. His research themes explore the intersections between art, technology, and economics.

 

In his work, he not only investigates the connections between these three areas but also raises questions about authorship, commodification, and replication in visual arts.

 

Furthermore, Holze's works link the art historical memory of viewers with the omnipresence of the commodity image world in the digital age, camouflaging themselves as meta-products.

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