Miquel Aparici

1963, Barcelona, Spain

Miquel Aparici’s sculptures are surprising assemblages made from old objects that had other uses in the past, and which the artist recovers and uses in a creative and ingenious way. The result is an original collection of unusual animals that test our imagination and invite us to discover the elements that make up each piece, in a fun game of observation requiring the complicity of the viewer.

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Rinoceronte

2016
290 x 130 x 90 cm

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Joe, El Gorila

2017
171 x 152 x 100 cm

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Escorpión Negro

2017
100 x 80 x 50 cm

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Mosquito Gigante

2013
210 x 220 x 120 cm

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Mantis

2007
150 x 50 x 70 cm

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Cabra De Bronce (Ed. of 7)

2005
95 x 85 x 30 cm

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Mar De Peces

2019
35 x 25 x 27 cm

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Cohete 6

2009
65 x 28 x 28 cm

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Máscara Ave

2019
59 x 37 x 40 cm

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Jaula Roja

2005
30 x 40 x 40 cm

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Perro De Bronce (Ed. of 7)

2013
110 x 110 x 30 cm

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Máscara De Vaca

2019
63 x 43 x 27 cm

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Buho

2017
38 x 15 x 20 cm

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Jirafa

2006
250 x 45 x 35 cm

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Felino De Bronce (Ed. of 7)

2014
48 x 30 x 8 cm

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Pájaro De Bronce (Ed. of 7)

2014
150 x 90 x 45 cm

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Gato De Bronce (Ed. of 7)

30 x 28 x 6 cm

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Pájaro Cresta Roja

2021
55 x 35 x 12 cm

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Pájaro Azul Y Rojo

2021
55 x 37 x 20 cm

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Pato Rojo

2021
45 x 42 x 30 cm

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Nika

2021
41 x 75 x 20 cm

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Zac

2021
110 x 100 x 30 cm

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Gran Pájaro

2021
197 x 110 x 65 cm

Miquel Aparici

His work is characterized by simplicity, since most of his pieces bring together few elements, resulting in very elegant compositions with simple lines, which together with his creativity, endow his pieces with great expressive power.

He turns his drawings into three-dimensional beings, using the technique of assemblage with old utensils as well as molds and disused objects of wood and metal. Since then he has produced more than 350 pieces, representing all kinds of animals of different shapes and sizes, from a life-size elephant to tiny insects. Using the same technique, we also find among his sculptures musical instruments, rockets, masks and a collection of “secret books”..

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