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smile on the nile: don’t mess with the deity of the dead

As the centuries passed, the deity who came to be most loved and revered by the Egyptian masses was Osiris. Born of the god of the Earth and the goddess of the Sky, he went through the cycle of death … Continue reading

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Sculpturing a Running of the Bulls

His previous work has explored a narrative based on the phenomenon of an individual’s loss and anger in modern society. A ruminating melancholy centered around the absurdities of self-existence ┬ásuch as his solo exhibition in 2006 featuring the series ”Blissful … Continue reading

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