Lukas Ulmi

1958, Lucerne, Switzerland

This Swiss artist lives and works in Valencia, where through his sculptures he skillfully explores and merges various concepts. Illusion, false perception, presence and absence, where everything and nothing exists.

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Ilusión I (Triptych)

185 x 100 x 100 cm

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Homenaje A La Levedad I

150 x 60 x 60 cm

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Atracción II

205 x 70 x 40 cm

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Presencia Efímera II

90 x 90 cm

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Ausencia Presente III

70 x 70 cm

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Desafío Al Espacio

900 x 300 x 600 cm

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Homenaje A La Levedad II

135 x 60 x 60 cm

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Homenaje A La Levedad III

225 x 45 x 45 cm

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Espacio Compartido II

42 x 60 x 42 cm

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Espacio Compartido IV

29 x 29 x 19 cm

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Ilusión (Diptych)

192 x 261 x 49 cm

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Aura II

50 x 50 x 35 cm

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Sensor

183 x 62 x 10 cm

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Presencia Efímera III

90 x 90 cm

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Visión Laberíntica I

50 x 60 x 10 cm

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Sin Título

52 x 64 x 43 cm

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Libre

50 x 150 cm

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Historias De La Playa (Diptych)

95 x 9 x 14 cm

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Pequeña Alegría

70 x 45 cm

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Baile Con Sombra

45 x 250 x 30 cm

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Free Gazz

18 x 100 cm

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Varilla De Hierro

70 x 100 x 20 cm

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Juego De Cubos

83 x 25 x 12 cm

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Soplo II

100 x 21 x 14 cm

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Sueño De Volar

2013
90 x 120 x 60 cm

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Nudo II

2020
90 x 60 x 15 cm

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Tránsito I

2013
46 x 85 x 4 cm

Lukas Ulmi

Ulmi’s work unveils the hidden beauty of shapes, stones, seemingly static forms, incomplete or meaningless objects that are often found washed up on Valencia’s beaches. These recycled items are turned into authentic sculptures where weightlessness, movement and poetry unite in delicate iron compositions that subvert ideas of harmony, balance and space. His works have strong connections to the earth, creating circles and lines representing a symbolic return to primary contact, such as planets in constant motion or the harmonious flow of energy in nature.

Since 1998, Ulmi’s monumental sculptures and fountains have been displayed in numerous squares in Spain and Switzerland. His work has been shown across the world and acquired by important public institutions such as the Palau de la Música in Valencia.

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