Johan Tahon

The sculptures of Johan Tahon reach, arch over and look to trespass thin lines to greater scopes. He finds volumes in silence, and anchors a floating quality to his sculpted figures. Mysterious bronze, plaster and ceramic sculptures take the shape of broken giants, ephemeral beings, tormented creatures, modest monks, sensual nudes and amorphous hybrids. All of these – whether they fit into the palm of a hand or reach up to a monumental height – float between tenses and senses.

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