530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
  • Painter
Aluminum, Stainless Steel
30" x 24.5" x 18.5" 
  • Love  (big)
23" x 13" x 8" 
  • Luxury Woman
Bronze & Painted Wood
48" x 30.5" x 23.5" 
  • Hommage à Picasso
Painted Bronze and Painted Wood
30" x 27.5" x 19.5" 
  • Reclining
82.5" x 134.5" x 51" 
  • Woman with Hat
35" x 14" x 12" 
  • Female Torso
Stainless Steel, Bronze
18" x 10" x 10.5" 
  • Female Geometry
Stainless Steel
26" x 8" x 9" 
  • Love  (small)
12" x 6" x 3.5" 
  • White and Metal
Acrystal, Stainless Steel
37.5" x 20" x 17" 
  • Head
Painted Wood, Stainless Steel
10" x 7" x 6" 
  • Woman with Bent Shapes
Stainless Steel
48" x 27.5" x 21" 
  • Genesis
Acrystal, Stainless Steel
41" x 25" x 16.5" 
  • Picasso
13.5" x 9" x 9" 
  • Small Female Torso
Stainless Steel, Bronze
10" x 8" x 5" 
  • Hi Gehry
Painted Stainless Steel
13" x 11.5" x 8" 
Attila Mata


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Through his energetic sculptures, Attila Mata conjures a world of power, agency, and dynamism within geometric structure and variations in media. His oeuvre encompasses a vast array of materials, including but not limited to wood, bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, and acrylic resin. Inspired by ancient themes such as sexuality, death, and primal deities, Mata’s sculptures appear to writhe and change as the viewer circumambulates each work.

Each sculpture commands singular authority, often reducing
 the female form nearly to abstraction while alternating between stainless steel and bronze throughout the piece. Salient angles, clean lines, and geometric forms twist and curl around each other in a nearly austere manner. Mata’s women are unapologetic, auspicious, and emanate sovereignty and agency from his audience. While the structure of some works appear somewhat fragmented, others demonstrate an organic fluidity of motion and negative space. The artist currently resides in Hungary.

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