Creating a dialogue between contemporary sculptures and works from Oceanic Art
“Human Figure” aims to bring together opposing works in the hope to address the inexhaustible subject of man at the heart of the sculpture.
Using the human figure as a starting point to present new perspectives on the human representation in sculpture, “Human Figure” at the Charles Riva Collection aims to look at the treatment of the subject, not only as a historical form but instead with the hope to engage in a dialogue between both contemporary works and Oceanic Art.
“Human Figure” includes work from the Charles Riva Collection as well as a number of private collections, and features artists such as David Altmejd, George Condo, Thomas Houseago, Mark Manders and Paul McCarthy.
See inside the “Human Figure” exhibition at the Charles Riva Collection’s new Riva Project space below.
The Charles Riva Collection is featured in the BMW ART GUIDE by INDEPENDENT COLLECTORS.