6 Vadim Sidur: Hard Creativity

Vadim Sidur: Hard Creativity

Posted on December 13, 2010 by team


Vadim Sidur was one of the most amazing Russian sculptors. His most famous art cycles were “Coffin-Art” and “Iron Prophets”. His statues are made of industrial debris, rusty pipes, lumps of iron, of wood and stone. And he clapped on these materials hats and gloves. His works are striking, shoking and sometimes quite depressive, but don’t leave you indifferent.

“Secrecy”, 1983

From the cycle “Iron Prophets”

“Crucifixion”, 1969

Yulia, Sidur’s wife

“The Beheaded Monarchs”, 1982

Yulia

While working on the cycle “Coffin-Art” the artist used as a working material sewer pipes, details of automobile engines and other waste products of “The Second Nature” – human civilization.

Academician Vitaly Ginsbourg with his potrait

The monument, placed on academician Tamm’s grave

Cycle “Coffin-Art”

“To The Dead From Bombs”, 1965

The monuments “To The Dead From Bombs”, “To The Dead From Violence”, “To The Dead From Love” are established in Germany.

There are several pictures below, devoted to Genrich Bell’s visit to Sidur’s workshop.

“Kidnapping Of Europe”, 1974

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6 Responses to “Vadim Sidur: Hard Creativity”

  1. brett says:

    fascinating

  2. Zjoske says:

    Very interesting

  3. AustriaNOTAustralia says:

    Awesum post :D

  4. xoxo says:

    lack of talent? just make something that resembles a pen is! great. now you’re an artist.

  5. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    kinda awsome^^

  6. Musa says:

    WOW, I LOVE it!

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