The Italian artist duo Bertozzi & Casoni combine socially critical and philosophical themes with highly attractive figurative sculptures. Through their colour and material choices, their sculptures verge on history. They developed a technique in the late nineties which enables them to create extremely large ceramic works. The colossal but fragile sculptures are overpowering and prompt observers to contemplate life and death, nature and culture, art and crafts.
Beelden aan Zee Museum concentrates exclusively on modern and contemporary international sculpture. The collection comprises around one thousand sculptures, most of which are from the second half of the twentieth century. Man is the leitmotiv for the sculptures by famous and unknown sculptors and produced from a wide variety of materials. Beelden aan Zee is housed in a special building designed by Wim Quist, in the dunes of Scheveningen.
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