Attaboys by Gregor Gaida

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Dark, aggressive and elegantly beautiful, the aluminum sculptures of Gregor Gaida captures the innocence and the mischievous nature of young boys. Attaboys is a collection of male figurative sculptures destroying an art gallery floor using chalk. Quite similar to his past work Kind und Kreide III, this mysterious art work captivates the mind into a whirl pool of purity and destruction.

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