Twenty Anson

Sun Woman

Sculpture, Fiberglass, 318x371.5x105.5cm , 1999
Artist:  Juan G Ripolles (b.1932), Spain
Location:  Twenty Anson Level 4, Singapore


The Sun Woman is oddly proportioned and has neither a front nor a back, for she has two faces. One of them is a combination of yet two more faces in profile - the Cubist influence of simultaneous views of the same subject, while the other is pared down to just three strokes of recesses representing the eye, nose and mouth. The ears resemble the handles of a paella pan. Drawing inspiration from various sources, Spanish artist Juan Ripollés has created a curious yet delightful piece of work.

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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