This life-size triptych introduces a post-nihilistic dimension of life through the human figure. Introducing an existence of man which relies on no formal religion just so that he may exist. I see the new millennium as a trial for man to find new reasons to believe, building a post-God spirituality. A new definition of The Sacred.
Each of my statues show the evolution and the adventure of this man. I believe we can call this man the contemporary man.
The Marriage of Atheism and The Sacred. This series of sculptures investigates the place where Nihilism ends and the Sacred begins. This project includes three versions created in Salzburg, Venice and the US.
Whether philosophical or commissioned the mind of man is worthy of study.
Several personal commissions have led to great collaborations. Here, the collector, artist and the Foundry Coubertin produced a monumental one ton door, pivoting via remote control. This door was a result of several philosophical conversations with the collector. It now resides in a 15th century tudor villa in Deauville and in a custom home in Marrakech.
Ribera deserves to be lived with. At the Louvre, I was given that chance.