Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Ron Mueck Exhibit

Hellow everyone...I've been semi MIA lately...aside from work I just feel that I need a little time off blog, for some reasons :)  I hope everyone is doing well.

A while ago I went with a friend to an exhibition of Australian prominent sculptor, Ron Mueck, at the Victorian Art Center. His works were very impressive, so meticulous and detailed, but I do not wish to remain in the same room with his works at night time hahaha.....

I'd love to share some pictures with you :)


note: There are some nudity entails in the artworks, so if you mind please skip this post :)
 Guess whose face is that??

 
 This one is called "the mask" note the pores and minute beard hair, even the eyelashes look so real


 
Take a guess??


 Did someone say KFC?

 
  Human sized chicken




The thinking lady

 One big thinking lady....

 
These grandmas look as lively as the grandma on the background

Astonishing details ...love how the flabs look so human :D


 
 Actually the sculpture is mini sized

 
This one is fantabulous...the proportion of everything is excellent!

One cute big baby, before you say "ugly", we all did look like that when we first came out of our mum's womb hahaha :D

I enjoyed the exhibition very much :) I hope you enjoy the picture too...

Have a nice day everyone!

PS. My cute fellow blogger Diane mentions me in her youtube video, check her youtube channel out! :)

15 comments:

♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ ayu ♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ said...

wow..i love those art exhibits..tehy are fanbtastic..esp. "the mask" it looks so real!!!!:D

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RicAdeMus said...

Holy smokes! The detail is so amazing. I agree with you about not wanting to be there at night. Some of them I wouldn't want to look at directly, but wouldn't want to turn my back on them either...I'd have to give them a little side glance to make sure they were staying put. LOL

Thank you for the b-day wishes. My day is Thursday--3/11.

Kym said...

wow, amazing work! although that first pic of the head kinda creep me out! haha! but the flabs! oh the flabs... how real they look! ;P

Dina (XYYan) said...

It looks really interesting there! they look so real :D

adin_22 (陳亞任) said...

thanks....yeah, that's exactly what my hubby told me..how could I bring all my stuff...haha...

Wow...Those artworks are amazing but freaky..hehe..but I enjoyed looking at those pics......

Vanilla said...

wow amazing!!ehehhe
singapore has been okay for me!still not bored yet!its been only 3 months!hehe
how bout u??:)
when did u go back to indonesia?

*~kAy~* said...

crazy!!!
I wish I went to this exhibit! haha! you're right! :P we all once were lil wrinkly babies :P

Sarah said...

WOW those are amazing! You would never guess they weren't real if they weren't in a museum, that would have been so fantastic to see!!

Haha oh no way no hurry hun! I saw the big storm on the news, it was so scary- hope nothing was damaged for you!!!

Ohh I love Harlotte I really do (if you can't tell lol) I love their lippies and also their eyeliner smudge pencil is fab!!!

Dana Yoshimizu said...

Oh my gosh, it's scary how much detail there is in everything, because it makes them all look SO REAL!! XD Those are truly amazing

Thank you so much for sharing them with us!! ^__^

Pop Champagne said...

wow these are so unique and creepy at the same time. creepy in a way that it looks so realistic! Hmmm it would be kidn of scary to spend a night in there with those art pieces hahaha

Blair said...

SCARY!!!!!!!

Be patient, I'm sure Cellnique will update their website with the Derma Brightening Complex soon :) There are Cellnique centres over here, so I don't have to get it online.

Nic Nic said...

thank you for the comment!!!

this exhibition looks amazing... very surreal!! I can just imagine being there!

adin_22 (陳亞任) said...

it's gonna be out on june 30 I think....oh I'm done unpacking...just left with organizing...:D cuz' I'm always relaxing...hehe...I would have been finished if I wasn't a procrastinator...

Manju said...

these totally creeped me out hahaha
but you have to admit they're really well made, so many details, looks real

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

Wow. everything looked so real. The details and everything looks so amazing.