Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s Absurd Installations

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Installation artist and sculptor Alejandro Almanza Pereda strips objects of their original meaning, rearranging them into clean, geometric structures. Almanza Pereda uses a wide range of both utilitarian and rare fine art objects — his artwork Strip the Rod and Spoil the Child (pictured above) contains bowling balls, lamps and books as well as 17th-century Chinese pottery and a 20th-century Iranian wool rug. But rather than creating chaos from these disparate materials, Almanza Pereda creates sleek designs that function as visual puzzles of sorts. Take a look at some images of his artwork below.

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