Bedok Residences

King of the Sea

Sculpture, Bronze, 275x175x70cm , 2014
Artist:  Juan G Ripolles (b.1932), Spain
 
Location:  Bedok Residences Level 1, Singapore

 

Influenced by his love of the Mediterranean Sea, veteran Spanish artist Juan G Ripollés views the sea as a major source of nourishment and joy. Besides providing an abundance of seafood, the sea facilitates travel, trade, recreation, exchange of ideas and an appreciation of diverse cultures. With a fish symbolising the sea as his crown and a paella pan forming his head, the King of the Sea welcomes all people with open arms.

Artist’s Biography

Juan G Ripolles attended the School of Industrial Arts and Crafts F. Ribalta in Spain. He settled in Paris between 1954 and 1963 where his works were exhibited by a prestigious gallery. This established Ripolles as an important artist. His artworks were subsequently exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona; he also held major exhibitions in the USA. In 1972, Ripolles settled back in Spain.

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