Oscar Martín de Burgos, Ant, 2019. Aluminium, 98 x 120 x 107cm. Courtesy: the artist and Stanley Street Gallery, Darlinghurst.
Spanish sculptor Óscar Martín de Burgos’s latest exhibition proposes a symbolic and spiritual experience by reflecting on the links between two spiritual destinations – Sierra de Atapuerca in Burgos, Spain (his birth place) and the sacred Uluru in the Anangu region of the Northern Territory of Australia. This exhibition joins primitive, human and spiritual to create over 25 large scale sculptures in steel and mixed materials.
Exhibition opens: 6-8pm Thursday 4 April 2019