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Beyond Limits in the gardens of Chatsworth House

The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire view Marc Quinn's sculpture of a baby entitled Planet / photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Paper Art, Emma Hardy, Artist, Packages, 2010, brown paper and packing tape. One of the great tragedies of the age, is that in their preference for abstraction, the sculptures of today wont reflect the contemporary life in which their creators found themselves. This on the other hand might. Even the fashion and clothes will be preserved.

Liu Xiu Arte surrealista (escultura)

Chinese artist Liu Xue creates sculptures of human figures that have been augmented with animal body parts. The eerily lifelike sculptures range from centaur-like human/pig hybrids to rather disquieting chicken-people. ~This one makes me deeply sad

‘The Blue Dreamer’ is an oil on resin work by Choi Xooang which presents his hyper-realistic approach to sculpture