October 2007
Flash Art International;Oct2007, Vol. 40 Issue 256, p96
The article provides information on the sculptures of Dionisis Kavallieratos in Athens, Greece. The author explains that Kavallieratos' artworks resemble oversized and distorted gadgets. The sculpture admits that he uses his knowledge in comics, animation, and film in his artistic creations. Meanwhile, his sculptures represent sarcastic humor and ironic comments.


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