PHILIPPE CRIVELLI


Birgit


Bronze
40 x 27 x 16 cm
Edition of 8


Tentation


Bronze
39 x 24 x 16 cm
Edition of 8


Solitaire


Bronze
50 x 28 x 22 cm
Edition of 8


Salsa


Bronze
46 x 33 x 17 cm
Edition of 8


Pin Up


Bronze
73 x 28 x 35 cm
Edition of 8


Pause café


Bronze
43 x 38 x 40 cm
Edition of 8


La Musicienne


Bronze
40 x 25 x 19 cm
Edition of 8


La Passante


Bronze
41 x 18 x 23 cm
Edition of 8


La Liseuse


Bronze
41 x 18 x 23 cm
Edition of 8


La Guepiere


Bronze
37 x 23 x 21 cm
Edition of 8


Insoumise


Bronze
39 x 22 x 33 cm
Edition of 8


Et Alors


Bronze
40 x 27 x 20 cm
Edition of 8


Decidée


Bronze
42 x 27 x 18 cm
Edition of 8


Après l’Effort


Bronze
30 x 21 x 50 cm
Edition of 8

PHILIPPE CRIVELLI

BIOGRAPHIE

Born in Carrières-sur-Seine, France in 1947 , as a former computer engineer, he returned to his first love, sculpture. His studio then becomes strewn with large bronze creatures where he imagines, models, shapes his busts and his faceless bodies.

Since 2013, Philippe Crivelli has been sculpting clay and the female body in a new and contemporary variation. It redefines the concept of movement, by immortalizing a gesture in matter. His interpretation of emotion and sensitivity immerse the viewer in the intimacy and mystery of the eternal human body.

Passionate about realistic and modern works, Philippe Crivelli goes beyond what he perceives; he sculpts and transcribes the invisible, thus pushing the spectator’s imagination to complete his half-modeled bodies.
His signature is the iconic jeans, invented in the 1800s, which has been adopted by miners, cowboys, rebels, rock stars and Hollywood celebrities alike.

Crivelli’s work questions both the presence and absence of the human body as well as its identity. An ode to the human body, its sensual and delicate interpretation objectively illustrates the representation and sexualization of the female body in the 20th century.

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