New Books Featuring Featuring Fernando Carpaneda
Strength and bravery are the two oldest characteristics of what we call manliness. Far far back it was strength to hunt, defend, and provide. Far far back it was bravery to face life and death against nature. Strength is still manliness. Here in the swirling winds of 2020, strength is physical, emotional, and social. Bravery today: Being true to yourself while seeing the world in a different light. What manliness looks like has changed as well.
Fernando Carpaneda CBGB`s exhibitions features photos of exhibitions and sculptures created by artist Fernando Carpaneda. The sculptures were exhibited at CB`s 313 Gallery (CBGB). The works were featured in the exhibitions: Back to the Bowery in 2005, The Bowery Electric Festival (A tribute to Joey Ramone) in 2002 and Vinnie Wartlip Retrospective in 2001.
Between 1980 and 1997, Fernando Carpaneda built countless assemblages using objects from his friends, lovers, and family members. Items such as: cigarette butts, empty cans, underwear, boxes of toothpaste, clothing, wood... From a diverse array of materials the artist also sculpted nude male figures using water-based clay. Most of the figures depicted in the assemblages are portraits of: friends, colleagues, sex workers, porn star, punks, and everyday people.
Original Artworks - Miniature Acrylic Paintings
Acrylic on Canvas Board, 4" x 3".Year:2020.
Acrylic on Canvas Board, 5"x 4".Year:2020.
Reinterpretation of Michelangelo sculpture "Dying Slave". Water Based Clay, Mixed Medium,, Artist Own Hair, Acrylic Paint, 22 inches tall, 2015.
Reinterpretation of Rodin Sculpture "The Age of Bronze". Water Based Clay, Mixed Medium, Artist Own Blood, Artist Own Hair, Acrylic Paint, 22 inches tall, 2015.
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