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Nigerian sculptor Nnamdi Okonkwo

Okonkwo was born in Nigeria in 1965, and was always drawn to art.

Okonkwo’s sculptures of women are rotund forms that symbolize the abundance of life, “an outward manifestation of a largeness of soul.”

The souls are full of gesture, even in their seeming stillness. Whether enclosed within themselves, or interacting with another form, their subtle “actions” evoke a depth of empathy.

His art speaks so clearly of his motivation. “My inspiration comes from the aspect of the human soul that I find sublimely beautiful and noble.” His art is a personal statement, a unique viewpoint formed by his life experiences.

(via africlecticmagazine)

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Fat crochet figures by Yulia Ustinova at https://www.facebook.com/yulia.ustinova.3

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Is this real life?

Especially bottom right!

by Umberto Boccioni at the MoMA

Maria Martins: The Impossible III
at the MoMA

Maria Martins: The Impossible III

at the MoMA

Picasso: Woman Plaiting her Hair
at the MoMA

Picasso: Woman Plaiting her Hair

at the MoMA