Gustavo Vélez

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Genesis”

    2015
    White Statuario Carrara marble. Unique
    61 x 8 x 6 inches
    155 x 20 x 15 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Reflections”

    2012
    Stainless steel. Edition 2/6
    33 x 6 x 6 ½ inches
    83 x 15 x 16 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Visions”

    2011
    Stainless steel. Edition of 3 + 1 AE
    98 x 18 x 18 inches
    250 x 45 x 45 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Volo Rosso”

    2011
    Bronze. Edition of 3
    79 x 12 x 9 inches
    200 x 31 x 23 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Canon”

    2015
    Stainless steel. Series of 3 + 1 A/E
    21.5 x 23 x 14 inches
    55 x 58 x 36 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Flowing”

    2012
    Bronze. Edition 2/3
    67 x 13 ¾ x 13 ¾ inches
    170 x 35 x 35 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Monumental”

    2012
    Stainless steel. Series of 6 + 2 A/E
    44 x 14 x 13 inches
    112 x 36 x 33 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Astrazione”

    2012
    Stainless steel. A/E 1/1
    41 ½ x 12 ½ x 8 inches
    105 x 32 x 20 cm

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    Gustavo Vélez (b. 1975)

    “Volta”

    2015
    Stainless steel. Series of 3 + 1 A/E
    66 x 50 x 22 inches
    167 x 127 x 56 cm

Gustavo Vélez

Gustavo Velez1993 ‐ 1995 ‐ ARTISTIC DRAWING, Bellas Artes Institute, Medellin ‐ Colombia.

1994 ‐ 1995 ‐ SCULPTURE, Eladio Velez Art School, Itaguí Colombia.

1996 ‐ SCULPTURE, San Marcos Academy, Florence Italy.

1996 ‐ SCULPTURE, Lorenzo de Medici Art School, Florence Italy.

1996 ‐ ART HISTORY, Lorenzo de Medici Art School, Florence Italy.

1997 ‐ WORKSHOPS PIETRASANTA, Pietrasanta Italy.

“...Veléz's works are not mobiles, but their shapes make them look as if the sculptures are growing, even flying, like a plant has its roots firmly fixed in the ground, and yet its branches and leaves grow slowly toward sky until its seeds burst open, high and far. Entwining elegant lines, the thin, light sculptures depict Velez's particular way of creating tridimensional shapes. From every angle, their forms are seamless and lines, dynamic; their shapes change when light changes, giving the spectator an infinite, pleasant possibility of viewing the pieces...His work stands for the importance of three‐dimensionality, which is the foundation in sculpture. The forms can be observed continuously from any angle and the movement of the solid lines changes from shade to sun depending on the lights”. Kaoru Kato, Researcher of Latin American art / Professor Kanagawa University, Japan.

"Gustavo Vélez is like his works: young and full of that energy that waits only to find a form in his sculptures. He is nourished by a healthy enthusiasm for creating and by a strong passion for sculpture, which easily can be seen translated into his works, that seem that almost hardly are able to contain this unrestrainable creative fluidity. So Vélez passes from the cubic presence, almost just a modulated block of marble, to the slenderness of a cane: it rules the thinness and the mastery in educating the stone, the bronze, the steel. Skill, capacity, resoluteness, vision, all of this translated thanks to the hands of an artist, who insists in taking care of the form and of all its details. It remains the infinite, still to be explored, still to be transmitted, in this game of fixed points and mobile plans, between earth and heaven.” Valentina Foguer, Cultural Curator and Director of Pietrasanta, Italy.

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