Intertwining the terribly monstrous with the utterly human, Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez has masterminded this massive 10-foot tall rendition of "Udegeruge" for the upcoming "Hacia El Plano Verde" Contemporary Art Biennial in Centro De Artes Integradas, Caracas, Venezuela. Gozalez's fiberglass installation, which will be on display as part of the exhibition opening in May 2014, appropriates the base design from the popular Japanese franchise Barom One, elevating the design to a more sympathetic level with the visually striking realistic eyeball and the incorporation of the pristinely painted fingernails. Assuredly this piece will receive a breathtaking response from those able to see it in-person, but — for most of us — we'll have to be sated by these fantastic photographs Carlos generously supplied us with.
Friday, August 26, 2016 - 2:12pmPutting a twist on Jeff Koons' Balloon Dog, London-based Whatshisname is about to release a giant 47 inch fiberglass sculpture. POPek is a squatting balloon dog who has just excreted a rubbery balloon turd. The fiberglass is finished in a brilliant, high gloss red.
Friday, May 20, 2016 - 5:45pmHave you seen Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez's new exhibition, "Shrunken Heads", at The Clutter Gallery yet? If you haven't, it's available to view here!
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 4:40pmThe Clutter Gallery is excited to present "Shrunken Heads", a solo exhibition by Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez. This show features surreal, never before seen, one-of-a-kind pieces by the contemporary artist.