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Matthew Stone’s Evocative Photographic Sculptures

UK artist Matthew Stone's evocative sculptures use a combination of photography and architectural techniques. He frames the human body in geometric, 3D structures; the models in his images lie poetically contorted like the languid figures in Renaissance paintings. Stone also dabbles in performance art centered around the body, finding inspiration in the political and spiritual art of the 20th-century German Fluxus artist Joseph Beuys. Take a look at some images of his sculptures courtesy of Matthew Stone.

UK artist Matthew Stone‘s evocative sculptures use a combination of photography and architectural techniques. He frames the human body in geometric, 3D structures; the models in his images lie poetically contorted like the languid figures in Renaissance paintings. Stone also dabbles in performance art centered around the body, finding inspiration in the political and spiritual art of the 20th-century German Fluxus artist Joseph Beuys. Take a look at some images of his sculptures courtesy of Matthew Stone.

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