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Photographs of the Uma statue produced by artists Lucy and Jorge Orta - Page 178

These HD photos show one of a set of three sculptures that were part of the temporary exhibition called Water, Food, Life, that were showcased within the Parc de la Villette in the 19th Arrondissement of Paris, and this particular statue is called Uma.

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Uma Statue By Lucy And Jorge Orta

As you can see from the close up photo above, this statue called Uma is a modern sculpture of an athletic woman posed on a base of vibrant rings, which was produced by the artists Lucy and Jorge Orta, who concentrate their works on the human dimension.

Food, Water, Life Exhibition Sculpture Uma

Now, as we have said earlier, the Uma sculpture you can see in this image is part of a set of three statues produced for the Food, Water, Life exhibition, and as a collective these sculptures are known as the Children of La Villette.

Uma Sculpture Information Board

With this photo you can see the information board, which was located just behind the Uma sculpture, and below the names of the artists and statue, you can see that this was produced in cast aluminium, then covered in epoxy paint, then finally covered in varnish, which is what provides that even finer shiny texture to the finished work.

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  -  Visiting Parc de la Villette
  -  Photos of Parc de la Villette

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