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Venceslao Mascia
Enlightenment, Delight & Wonder
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Surrogato I
Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
16.5" x 10.5" 

    Surrogato I

    Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
    16.5" x 10.5"
  • Dea Madre  (Without Womb)
Carrara Marble and Copper
14.5" x 7" 

    Dea Madre
    (Without Womb)

    Carrara Marble and Copper
    14.5" x 7"
  • Macchina Che Crea La Vita
Carrara Marble, Silver, Obsidian and Sardinian Coral
16" x 9" 

    Macchina Che Crea La Vita

    Carrara Marble, Silver, Obsidian and Sardinian Coral
    16" x 9"
  • Dea Madre  (Womb to the Side)
Obsidian and Silver
18" x 10" 

    Dea Madre
    (Womb to the Side)

    Obsidian and Silver
    18" x 10"
  • Dea Madre  (Moderna)
Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
16.5" x 14" 

    Dea Madre
    (Moderna)

    Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
    16.5" x 14"
  • Assillo del Potere
Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
27.5" x 12" 

    Assillo del Potere

    Carrara Marble, Obsidian and Copper
    27.5" x 12"
  • Dea Madre con Orecchini di Giada
Obsidian, Gold, and Sardinian Coral
32.5" x 9.5" 

    Dea Madre con Orecchini di Giada

    Obsidian, Gold, and Sardinian Coral
    32.5" x 9.5"
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Venceslao Mascia

VENCESLAO MASCIA

Enlightenment, Delight & Wonder
June 5 – June 25, 2019
Reception: Thursday, June 6, 2019 6-8 PM

Venceslao Mascia is an Italian figurative sculptor whose work attempts to investigate the mystery of life and the existence of soul in art. Imbued with the irrepressible energy of matter as well as the duality between heaviness and lightness of form, Mascia’s works explore the material and visceral shaping of the human form in many abstracted iterations that seek to touch on the eternal, yet unanswerable question of who we are and where we came from. By finding the essence of man in the ever not-composed raw matter of stone and metal, he creates and cultivates his art as a spiritual practice.

Fascinated at a young age by the work of his uncle, who was also a sculptor, Mascia began experimenting and by the age of ten had crafted his first completed sculpture in his uncle’s workshop. Following a stint of military service, he ventured to Milan to learn the working of precious metals before returning to Sardinia to open his own goldsmith’s workshop, which he worked alongside his artistic practice. Due to the spirituality of his work, as well as his skill with precious metals and jewelry, his work is popular with the clergy and is commissioned to create many sacred objects for the church, including a sculpture made for Pope John Paul II.  Mascia is a former student of Arnaldo Pomodoro, the highly recognized Italian sculptor who designed the fiberglass crucifix for the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Meet Venceslao Mascia during his opening reception on June 6, 2019 from 6 pm - 8 pm.


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